Ok I recently saw myself on video wakeboarding. (I'm definitly worse than I thought) But it seems that I have a really hard time keeping the rope at my hip. Especially on larger wake jumps. The rope seems to bounce up to my head and generates slack right after I hit the wake. I pull the rope (or try to at least) to my hip at the top of the wake but when I do it seems to jump up to my chest or head. Can anyone give me any pointers to keep the rope down or how I can correct this problem?
BTW, video has already helped my riding and I only have about 2 minutes of video. I highly recommend everyone doing it. I can now land about 60% of my heelside w2w 180's
My hips were turning but my shoulders weren't and thus I was sliding out on my tukus. For all you struggling with that trick and I have been for a while, concentrate on the shoulder turn along with the hips and you won't plant your backside in the water as much.