Speaking from personal experience, Gunner says, “When I started trying the toeside back roll, I didn't really have anybody tell me how to do it, so I just went for it. It took me a few months to land it because I couldn’t stop myself from doing a frontside 180. It’s actually the first trick I got knocked out on! Learning it one-wake first is the best way to get comfortable with the takeoff and with going upside down in that direction, with less risk of injury.” For this drill, simply slow down to a comfortable speed and let your rope out as far as you can, where the face of the wake is clean. Then, starting at the bottom of the wake, with only your front hand on the handle, pump up and down the face of the wake a few times to get comfortable, and then load up a one-wake toeside back roll by edging all the way through the wake into the sky in a tall, hips-forward body position.