Start by edging out about 2 to 3 feet farther than you normally would, then cut into the wake with a more aggressive approach. As you edge in, make sure to keep your elbows in and your upper body strong. When you reach the base of the wake, roll off your heelside edge and adjust your shoulders so they are parallel to the boat. As you pop off the wake, your entire body should point up in a straight line. Bring your knees up into your chest, lock into the grab and let your head go back to follow the rotation. While upside down, spot your landing early then hold onto the grab as long as possible before putting down your landing gear.