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    Backside

    A backside rotation is where the rider rotates with the back of their body towards the kite first. Sometimes mistakenly referred to as a "blindside spin".

    TIP: Backside handlepass Rotation is when you pass the bar from your front hand to your back hand.

    Blind
    The rider does not pass the bar so they land with the bar behind their back with their back facing the kite
    Referred to like a "Tantrum to Blind", or "Front Flip to Blind"
    Sometimes backside spins are mistakenly referred to as "blind" spins

    Bone
    To bone out a grab or bone out your leg means you straighten it all the way out
    So I "boned out grab" is one where your leg or legs are straightened out while grabbing.

    Nosebone
    Bring back of board to your body by bending back leg & stretching front leg
    Tailbone
    Bring front of board to your body by bending front leg & extending back leg

    Kiteloop
    When the rider loops the the kite while in the air.

    Downloop
    When the rider loops the kite down while riding and pops out of the water when the kite is passing the powerzone.

    Flip (F)
    The term can be interchanged with "Invert", but in kiteboarding a Flip is usually a term used to define a tip over tail upside down rotation. There are a few exceptions though.

    Frontside Spin
    A frontside rotation is where the rider rotates with the front of their body towards the kite first.

    TIP: Frontside Handlepass Rotation is when you pass the bar from your back hand to your front hand.

    Goofy Foot
    Riders who ride with their right foot forward.

    One Foot
    When the rider takes one foot out of is board, extend the leg in one direction and put the foot back in.

    Board Off
    When the rider take de board out of his feet, and put the feet back in the board.

    Grab
    While in the air, if the rider reaches down to the board and clasps their hand on it, it's a "Grab". There are lots of different types of grabs that can be done alone or added to other tricks.


    Handle Pass
    It's usually only used to referred to when the rider passes the bar behind their back.
    We are calling handlepasses to all the “mobes” performed with the kite higher then 45º

    Invert
    When the rider goes upside down while in the air, it's called an Invert.

    Mobe or Mobius
    An invert that also contains at least a 360 degree spin in it.
    We are only calling mobes when you have the kite at 45º or lower.


    Off-Axis Spin
    When a rider does a spin but goes off the vertical axis so the board usually gets up to shoulder level or above.


    Progressive Edge
    A progressive edge is when the rider builds the edge on approaching the jump so that the hardest edge is right before sending the kite.

    Raley-Based Tricks
    Tricks built around the Raley. This means they are all tricks with your body extended back with the board above your head, but aren't inverted flips.

    Regular/Natural Foot
    A rider who rides left foot forward.

    Revert
    You land revert when you had an 180 rotation to some trick.
    A Roll To Revert is a Back Roll with a 180 causing the rider to land backwards, or Revert.

    Roll
    An invert where the board travels in an edge over edge rotation. However, some tricks that follow that rotation aren't called Rolls, and a Back Roll has a tip over tail rotation, so it's very confusing.

    Spin
    A spin is when the rider and board rotate around on a vertical axis.

    Standing Tall
    When the rider is about to pop they want to stand tall, which means extending at the hips and knees so they don't absorb the energy

    Stomp
    When a rider lands a trick in a smooth or clean manner, they have "stomped" the trick.

    Style
    The look a rider has while riding. A unique style is a unique look to their ride. Things usually considered stylish are well-held grabs, smooth landings, tweaking out tricks, etc. Style usually equates with exceptional technical mastery.

    Surface Trick
    A trick performed with the board on the water the whole time.


    Grabs:

    Canadian Bacon
    Rear hand, toeside grab, between feet, through legs

    Chicken Salad
    Front hand, heelside grab, between feet, through legs, arm is twisted, lead foot is boned out

    Crail
    Rear hand, front toeside grab, back leg is boned out

    Indy
    Rear hand, toeside grab, between feet.

    Indy bone
    Do a nosebone or tailbone with an Indy grab

    Japan Air
    Lead Hand grab in front of front foot while board is brought up so it's perpendicular to the water

    Lien Air
    Lead hand, heelside grab, board pushed in front of rider, back leg boned out

    Method
    Lead hand, heelside grab, between feet, board is brought up to waist.

    Mute
    Lead hand, toeside grab, between feet.

    Nose
    Lead hand, grabbed on tip of the board.

    Nuclear
    Rear hand, front heelside grab, back leg boned out.

    Palmer
    Lead hand, front heelside grab with a twist.

    Roast Beef
    Rear hand, heelside grab, between feet, through legs

    Seatbelt
    Rear hand grabs the nose of the board across the riders body.

    Slob
    Lead hand, front toeside grab, back leg boned out, board rotated 180 while in the air.

    Stalefish
    Rear hand, heelside grab, between feet

    Stiffy
    Board is brought out flat in front of the rider
    Typically done with an Indy or Roast Beef grab.

    Tai Pan
    Lead hand, toeside grab, between feet through legs.

    Tail
    Rear hand, grabbed on tail of board.


    Spins:

    Backside (BS)
    A spin where the rider rotates with the back of their body towards the direction of travel first. For example, if you are riding in a normal stance with your right foot forward, an anticlockwise rotation will be a "backside rotation."
    Backside rotations are often times mistakenly referred to as blindside spins.

    TIP: Backside handlepass Rotation is when you pass the bar from your front hand to your back hand.


    Baller
    This is a term used for when a rider does the handle pass of their spin by passing the bar between their legs.

    Flatline Spin
    A spin where the rider goes over their lines instead of passing the bar.

    Frontside
    A spin where the rider rotates with the front of their body towards the direction of travel first. Eg: In the normal stance with the right foot forward, rotating clockwise.

    TIP: Frontside Handlepass Rotation is when you pass the bar from your back hand to your front hand.


    Off-Axis
    When a rider does a spin but goes off the vertical axis so the board usually gets up to shoulder level or above

    Osmosis
    When the rider performs a spin by tossing the bar from one hand to the same hand again, bypassing the other hand.
    A spin where the rider does a shifty one way, then back the other, then spins back in the direction of their initial shifty.

    Shifty
    Board is shifted 90 degrees in one direction and then shifted back in the opposite direction

    To Blind & Landing Wrapped
    The rider lands with the bar around their back instead of passing the bar


    TIP:
    Going Heelside:
    We are calling landing blind when the rider does a backside 180 landing with the bar behind their back, and landing wrapped when the rider does a frontside 360 rotation without passing the bar in the air and landing with it behind his back.


    Inverts:

    Big Wurm
    A toeside Front Roll with frontside 540. Handle is rotated above the head

    Blender
    A Heelside Backroll to Blind

    Crook
    Whirlybird with a rewind 180 to fakie

    Diesel
    A toeside Front Roll with a frontside 360. Handle is rotated above the head


    Double Back Roll
    A heelside double Backroll

    Elephant
    A Scarecrow with a rewind 180 back to forward

    Front Flip
    An end over end cartwheel style flip.

    Front Flip to Fakie
    Front flip with a frontside 180.

    Heelside Backroll
    Board and rider perform what is most easily described as a "reverse cartwheel". Imagine the board is riding all the way around the inside of a pipe.

    Iron Cross
    A Moby Dick to Blind

    Mexican Roll
    A Heelside Backroll where the rider throws his head and body down instead of to the side. It's normally considered an uglier version of a Backroll, but it's the rotation style used for a Roll To Blind or KGB. It's sometimes referred to incorrectly as a heelside Front Roll.

    Orbital
    An over the line, inverted, backside 360

    Orbital 540
    An over the line, inverted, backside 540

    Remix
    A wrapped front flip with a frontside 360 to Blind.

    Roll to Revert
    Backroll with a frontside 180.
    AKA "Backloop to Toeside"
    From heelside make a backloop & an extra 180 on the end to land fakie

    Scarecrow
    Front roll with a frontside 180


    Slurpy
    Rider loads with both hands behind back and performs a toeside backroll with a backside 360

    Special K
    A Toeside Backroll to blind approached with both hands behind the back.

    Speedball
    Heelside double Front Flip

    Spiderman
    A heelside tantrum with a backside 360. Handle rotated over the head with the backhand. Basically a whirlybird with the back hand on the handle -

    Tantrum
    A heelside backflip

    Tantrum to Fakie
    Tantrum with a frontside 180

    Temper Tantrum
    A double Tantrum

    Toeside Backroll
    A toeside backflip

    Toeside Roll To Revert
    A toeside backflip with a frontside 180.

    Toeside Front roll
    Rider throws their head and body down in a somersault fashion.

    Whirlybird
    A tantrum with a backside 360. Handle rotated above the head

    Whirlybird 540
    A Tantrum with a backside 540. Handle rotated above the head

    Whirlybird 720
    A Tantrum with a backside 720. Handle rotated above the head

    Wrecking Ball
    A tantrum with a backside 360 to blind. Sometimes referred to as a Whirlybird to blind

    Surface Tricks:

    Any move where the board doesn't leave the water:

    Backside Butterslide
    Rider turns the board backside 90 degrees and grinds the water

    Backside Butterslide 180
    Rider turns the board backside 90 degrees and grinds the water
    Rider then grabs the bar with opposite hand and does another 90 degree turn in the same direction.

    Body Slide
    Rider lies back onto the water.

    Butterslide
    Rider turns the board frontside 90 degrees and grinds the water

    Butterslide 180
    Same as regular butterslide but with an additional 90 degree rotation in the same direction

    Perez
    Rider slides into a surface 360

    Potato Peeler
    Body Slide with fin release

    Powerslide
    Board is turned backside 90 degrees. Fins are broken loose.

    Surf Carve
    Rider cuts back and forth in a surf-carving fashion.

    Surface 180
    A 180 degree turn on the surface of the water.

    Surface 360
    A 360 degree turn on the surface of the water.

    Tumble Turn
    Rider lays back on water, board is taken out of water and above the head, body is spun around backside and the rider stands back up onto feet.

    One foot & Board off tricks:

    One foot or Judo Air: (1F)
    When the rider jumps and takes one foot out of the board.

    Superman (SU)
    Jump taking both feet out holding the board at the rail or at a handle

    Wizard (WI)
    Jump taking board by handle to 360c° spin

    Board pass (BBB)
    Jump taking board off passing it behind the back

    Varial (VAR)
    Jump taking board by tail/fins rotate to rail

    Tic Tac (TIC)
    Jump taking board by rail spin 360c° to same rail


    !!(CHECK IF HANDLE IS BEEING USED ANY TIME DURING BOARD OFF TRICKS)!!

    Railey-Based tricks:

    313
    Heelside Raley with a frontside handle-pass 360

    313 5
    Heelside Raley with a frontside handle-pass 540

    90210
    Toeside Raley with a frontside handle-pass 360

    911
    A shifty Raley

    Air Raley
    Board is thrown out behind the rider and above the head in a "Superman" fashion. Your body should be more or less horizontal during the move

    Batwing
    Toeside Raley with an Indy grab

    Batwing to Blind
    Toeside Raley with a backside 180.

    Bee Sting
    A Vulcan where the rider grabs melan like a Hoochie Glide on the way down

    Blind Judge
    Heelside Raley with a backside 180 AKA Railey to Blind

    Hoochie 313
    Hoochie glide with a frontside 360

    Hoochie Glide
    Heelside Raley with a Method grab

    Hoochie Krypt
    Hoochie glide with a frontside 180. AKA hooch to fakie

    Hoochie to Blind
    Hoochie glide with a backside 180 landing blind or passing the handle

    Indy Glide
    A 911 with an Indy grab.

    Krypt
    Raley with a frontside 180.

    Oriental
    Heelside Raley with a Slob grab

    OHH
    Heelside Raley with a Stalefish grab
    AKA Other Handed Hoochie Glide/Hoochie Overhand

    S-Bend (Sbend)
    Heelside raley with an overhead backside 360. Both hands over head

    S-Bend to Blind
    S-Bend with a backside 180

    S-Bend 720
    Heelside Raley with two overhead backside 360's. Both hands overhead

    S-Mobe
    An S-bend with a frontside handle-pass 360 on the way down

    Vulcan
    An S-Bend with a frontside 180
    AKA S-Bend to fakie

    Kiteloops & Downloops:

    Kiteloop (KL)
    When the rider loops the the kite while in the air.

    Downloop (DL)
    When the rider loops the kite down while riding and pops out of the water when the kite is passing the powerzone.


    (KITELOOPS AND DOWNLOOP ADDj DIFFICULTY TO THE TRICK, BEING DOWNLOOP MORE TECHNICAL THEN THE KITELOOP)


    Handlepass-Inverts or Mobes:

    (HANDLE PASSES PERFORMED WITH THE KITE LOW ARE ALOT MORE DIFFICULT!)
    (HIGH HANDLE PASSES GRABING BOTH HANDS ARE MORE DIFFICULT THEN GRABING
    JUST ONE HAND AND LOOPING THE KITE!)
    (CHECK GRABS BEFORE HP AND GRABS AFTER HP)


    Blind Pete: A toeside back roll with backside 360

    Crow Mobe: A toeside front roll with frontside 360.

    Crow Mobe 540: A toeside front roll with frontside 540

    Dum Dum: A toeside front roll with backside 360.

    Dum Dum 540: A toeside front roll with backside 540.

    Flavor Flip: A toeside front flip with a backside 360

    Fruit Loop: A toeside front flip with a backside 180

    KGB: A heelside backroll with a handle-pass backside 360

    KGB 540: A heelside backroll with a backside 540 (landing blind)

    Mobius: A heelside Backroll with a frontside 360.

    Mobe 540: A heelside Backroll with a frontside 540

    Mobe 720 : A heelside Backroll with a frontside 720 landing wrapped or passing the bar in the air, we consider more difficult to pass the bar in the air.

    Moby Dick: A tantrum with a backside 360

    Pete Rose: A toeside back roll with frontside 360. Typically done with a slob or method grab

    Pete Rose 540: A toeside back roll with frontside 540


    Slim Chance: A heelside front flip with a frontside 360.

    Slim Chance 540: A heelside front flip with a frontside 540

    Front Mobe: A heelside front flip with a backside 360


    Tantrum to Blind: A tantrum and a backside 180

    Toeside Roll to Blind (G-spot): A toeside back roll with a handle-pass backside 180 (landing blind)

    Tootsie Roll: A toeside front roll with a backside 180.


    Common Mistakes:

    KGB vs Backroll to Blind with airpass:
    For the KGB you need to land your move heelside, otherwise you are missing a 180 rotation leading you to a backroll to blind with an airpass.

    Front Mobe vs FrontFlip to Blind with airpass
    For the Front Mobe you need to land heelside, otherwise you are missung a 180 rotation leading you to a frontflip to blind with an airpass.

    313:
    For the 313 with need a railey with a FRONTSIDE 360, if you do a railey with a Backside 180 its called a blind judge with an airpass, if you do railey with a backside 360 its not a 313 but that doesn’t mean that is worth less then the 313.

    Flat3:
    A Flat3 can be a Frontside 360 or a Backside 360, normally the judges would try to use BS3 and FS3 instead of flat3.



















































































































































































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