This has lots of benefits, first of all stopping you from injuring yourself through hyperextension (when you suddenly extend your limb as far as it will go) or jolting them, as well as making sure you remain in control of the wakeboard.
Keeping your arm bent is additionally the strongest way to have it in terms of your grip plus endurance too (as is also taught in Tai Chi as well as martial arts!) so this is a great way to make sure you do not by accident let go of the rope and thus fall back.
To distribute your weight correctly you must try as well as keep your center of gravity quite low to begin with. Bending at the hip can assist you to manage this feat; as can slightly leaning forwards on the wakeboard.
Wakeboarding is named wakeboarding as it involves at once a ‘wake’ as well as a board. For those who are not in the know, a ‘wake’ is the name of the little wave that’s created by the boat as it moves through the water and breaks through some of the waves.

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