When doing a Tantrum, do you watch where you are going all the way up the wake, and then throw your head back when in the air?
I have been trying to do a Tantrum all summer, and have been inconsistent with my launch off the wake. For each run (approx 6-8 Tantrum attempts), I jump too early about 50% of the time. I cut out wide, make an aggressive cut, flatten out before the wake, square my shoulders with the wake, and then let go with my back hand. At this point I am at the base of the wake. This is where things get “fuzzy”.
Am I supposed to keep looking over my lead shoulder so that I know when to stand tall? I have a feeling that my problem is I turn my head before I launch off the wake, therefore I have to guess when to stand tall, and guess wrong half the time.
Opinions are greatly appreciated…