Notice immediately how Tara takes a clean, progressive, toeside edge into the wake, standing as tall as possible. That’s the key to this trick. Many people have problems with this move at first because they break at the hips during their approach. To compensate for that, spot the wake during the approach, but as you edge up the wake, look at the shore that you’re approaching to get your hips and shoulders upright. Keep the handle at your hip during the entire rotation and keep your eyes open. When you see the shoreline, let go with your rear hand to stop your rotation, keeping the handle low and at your hip.