Flip an Indy Tantrum Use an edge that's in between the long, progressive glide edge and the short, snappy 360 edge. Take that medium edge all the way through the kicker, but make sure to center your body weight over your board because you'll tend to slide out or go early if not. Just like with the wake, the kicker will do a lot of the work, so you don't need to throw the flip too hard. Wait for the kick and let it send you into the trick, then reach for the grab as the ramp kicks your knees into your chest. Grabbing the board will speed up your flip, so make sure you're spotting your landing all the way through. If you're behind, pull the grab harder to speed up your rotation. As you come around, make sure you're landing evenly over both feet.