Wake skiing is building a rapid following among not only crossover jump skiers and three-eventers, but also freestyle snow skiers cross training in the summer. Wake ski technology has evolved along with the athletes, and the level of riding both on the cable and behind the boat has seen a huge rise in the past few years. In short, wake skiing has arrived, and it was time to make an instructional.
The Wake ski Instructional was born out of an ever-increasing demand for a solid explanation of the sport’s trick base from a beginner to intermediate level, and that’s exactly what it delivers. If you’re looking to learn anything from a deep-water start to an ollie to a front flip to blind, it’s all here with professional instruction from some of the sport’s best athletes including Chad Buechler, Dave Vogt, Jens-Martin Johnsrud and Ryan Jones.
Look for trampoline instructional from Ryan Jones on the majority of the wake-to-wake and kicker-based tricks to teach you how to spin and flip the right way; the way that will allow you to progress to harder tricks.
Available now at wakeskiinstruction.com, this section of the Wakeski Instructional shows you how to do one of the first things you’re going to need to start wake skiing: the deep water start.