Whether you call it toeside, frontside or offside, this type of turn feels less natural than the turn on the other side of the course. But it doesn’t have to feel so strange. In this water ski how to, find out three keys to balancing your offside turn.
Although you’re standing in a slightly closed stance (hips facing toward the boat) as you enter the offside turn, the mechanics of the turn are simple. Your shoulders should remain level, your hips should be as square down-course as possible and you should remain balanced over both feet. This will place you in the same position as an onside turn would.