Everyone always asks, “What's the difference between blind-side and regular spinning?” It's time to clear this up, once and for all.
With the blind-side rotation, you'll add a totally different look to your 180s that will have all the neighbors talking. What they don't need to know is that blind 180s are pretty basic.
Blind-side rotation is when you come off the wake and spin with your head and shoulders away from the boat. On something like this blind 180, I like to focus on getting height rather than distance. This will give you maximum time to spin, pass the handle and spot your landing. Ideally, you don't land wrapped up in the rope or with your back to the boat, although both sometimes happen unintentionally.
To review, perform the blind 180 just as you would the normal 180 (see Spin City article attatched). The two key differences are: 1. rotate your body away from the boat and 2. pass the handle behind your back as you rotate.