In this water ski how to, learn three keys to eliminating slack in the rope for a smoother slalom run.
Time Your Attack
Losing your body position at the second wake is a major cause of slack rope in the turn. If your upper body breaks forward, your arms come away from your sides and you end up screaming into the turn. To avoid this breakdown, ensure you have fully completed your turn before you begin to load the rope. Ski all the way back to the handle and allow the load on the rope to build naturally and progressively.