A term used to describe a slider or rail that has an up rail, horizontal rail, and down rail that makes the shape of the letter "A".
Getting in the air, the amount of space between the rider and the water.
A trick performed using line tension for lift instead of the wake.
High durability Ronix base material made for obstacle use. Short version of „All Terrain".
Backside Boardslide / Lipslide
A Boardslide or Lipside where the rider approached the slider or wake with their back closest to the object being used.
A spin where the rider rotates with the back of their body towards the boat first. For a left-foot forward rider this would be clockwise. Sometimes mistakenly referred to as a "blindside spin".
Extra weight added to the boat to make the wake bigger. Ballast can be people, fat sacks, lead, or anything else that is heavy. Some boats include Ballast systems which are built in systems that fill with water.
The rubber/foam boots that are attached the board to hold the board to the riders feet.
Landing blind is also like landing wrapped, where the rider does not pass the handle so they land with the handle behind their back with their back facing the boat. Referred to like a "Tantrum to Blind", or "Front Flip to Blind". Sometimes backside spins
A shorter version of "wakeboard".
A shorter version of "wakeboarder".
A slide on an obstacle or wake where the nose of the board is what travels over the obstacle. So if you approache a slider with your chest facing it and ollie up and slide with the nose over the slider, it is a Frontside Boardslide.
To bone out a grab or bone out your leg means you straighten it all the way out. So I "boned out grab" is one where your leg or legs are straightened out while grabbing.
Another term for Ollie. Bunny Hop comes from world of BMX biking, while Ollie is a term from skateboarding.
When the rider lands a trick and drags or slaps their butt on the water. Generally this is considered a sloppy landing.
A term used for smooth water.
Cable wakeboarding is riding at a cable park instead of behind a boat. A cable park is a place where there are a series of mechanical cables connected by towers that pull the rider around the water. There are over 100 cable parks in the world, and they ar
A word used for rough water.
When the rocker of a board is continuous, meaning it has no flat spot in the center of the bottom of the board. This usually makes for a smoother pop and landing, but not as abrupt or vertical of a pop.
The inside material used in a wakeboard. Common cores are foam, honeycomb, or wood.
Another name for an off-axis spin. When a rider spins and the rider leaves their vertical axis and the board rises up to shoulder level or higher while spinning.
Push the boards end against the water while edging. The suddenly generating elavating power will shoot the board in the air.
Modern slang, used for wakeboard.
The normal way to start riding a wakeboard is to sit in deep water and let the boat start going and pull you up on top of the water.
One way for a rider to start riding, is to to a Dock Start. The rider can either stand and jump off the dock as the boat goes, or sit on the edge of the dock and slide off.
When the boat circles around and cross back over it is own wakes at about a 90-degree angle, the wakes converge causing the resulting wake to be twice the size. This is the Double-Up. If the rider times it right, they can edge in and hit the Double-Up, wh
Sometimes called Duck-stance or Duck-foot, it is referring to putting your front and back binding at even angles with your toes closer to the nose and tail of the board than your heels.
The sides of the wakeboard are called edges. You have a Heelside Edge and a Toeside Edge on your board.
Pressing the board vertical position against the water, laying back against the pulling rope. The wider angle we point the tip of the board, more speed generates. The more agresive edging will give more air.
A lightweight foam used in bindings and rope handles.
A fall where you faceplant so fast that you can not manage to close your eyes before hitting the water. We do not recommend falling this way.
A fall where you catch your toeside edge causing you to fall very quickly so your face slaps the water hard.
A newborn word for a fall. Used in local wakeboarder community.
A term for smooth water.
Wakeboarders who ride with their right foot forward.
While in the air, if the rider reaches down to the board and clasps their hand on it, it is a "Grab". There are lots of different types of grabs that can be done alone or added to other tricks.
1.Special wakeboard base material made for extra durability for obstacle use. 2. Form of sliding on rails is called like.
The handle is at the end of the rope, and is usually between 12"-15" wide.
When the rope handle is passed from one hand to the other, it is called a Handle Pass. It is usually only used to referred to when the rider passes the handle behind their back.
The Heelside Edge is the side of the board closest to your heels. Most riders are more comfortable edging with this edge when beginning.
A helmet is usually used when riders hit obstacles such as slider or kickers.
When the rider goes upside down while in the air, it is called an Invert.
A non-stretch material used in ropes similar to Spectra. Wakeboarders want a Kevlar or Spectra rope that does not stretch.
A ramp hit by a wakeboarder or wakeskater to catch air.
A life vest or jacket is used to float the rider in the water.
A slide on an obstacle or wake where the tail of the board travels over the obstacle first. So if you approach a slider with your chest facing it and ollie up and put the tail of the board over the obstacle, you are doing a Frontside Lipslide.
Melon grab on heelside edge between the two feet, from behind.
Leaving the surface with a board.
A pylon which is usually 6-feet tall or higher, used to attach the rope to so it is higher off the water. A higher rope gives less downward pull on the rider while in the air.
Leaving the water surface to an obstacle while riding ont he board. Word is used as a common word for different slides.
An object that protrudes on a horizontal surface. Usually low and wide. It has a table-like shape.
Short version used for V shaped wakeboard bottoms
Short word for wakeboard life jackets, tipically used for thinner versions of life vests.
A rack used for holding wakeboards and wakeskates. Usually attached to an extended pylon or tower.