Hey there; these guys are correct - you're probably riding with most of your weight on your back foot. Take a look at my reply to Jeff (search for 'help with my raley). Although he is doing a raley as opposed to a wake jump, the principles are the same with regard to weight distribution. Remember, "how you leave the water is how you land". Your legs should always have the same amount of bend (i.e. one leg should NOT be bent more than the other). Also, on your heelside, try to watch where the rope attaches to the boat (i.e. the ball on top of the tower) the whole way through your jump as this will also tend to keep you in a good position.