Learn a Toeside Blind 360
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE FLASH 4 PLAYER
Rider: Colin Wright
Take a fairly mellow cut at the wake, edging well, but not digging in too hard. It’s important with this move to get all the way off the lip first before you start to rotate. Begin the blind rotation by simultaneously pulling the handle into the small of your back, while looking hard over your outside shoulder. Once you’ve passed the handle to the other hand, it will be your natural reaction to want to stop at a blind 180. To correct this, keep looking toward the shoreline you are going to and keep passing the handle, thus completing a full 360-degree rotation.
Make sure to cut all the way through the wake before you start rotating. If you start the move too soon, it’ll be nearly impossible to complete the last 180.