AY Honor Wakeboarding Answer Key
For tips and instruction see Swimming - Beginner - Advanced.
IMPORTANT: Always review the hand signals with all boarders, spotters and drivers before anyone gets in the water so that everyone is on the same page. You should also agree on the start signal (Yell "Go" or nod your head.)
Thumbs down or palm down while motioning down.
Make the OK sign by putting your thumb and first finger together.
Pat your head or turn finger in a circle (turning your finger in a circle means turn around, not essentially back to dock.)
Hand cutting across throat, as in "cut it".
Motion with one arm to the left or right, depending on where you want to go.
A required skill if you are going to be doing any wakeboarding.
Remember to stay in your ball and then slowly stand up, using your weight to control your left and right movement. Keep your arms straight so the line won't go slack.
This will demonstrate you have developed reasonable basic skills in wakeboarding.
The thrill of airtime! This will demonstrate you have developed reasonable basic skills in wakeboarding.