How To Do A Frontside Floater To 360 Out
Words by Matt Cameron
Photo Sequence: Tom Carey
Start the move like a normal floater, all while staying low to your board.
Stay on top of the lip and try to lose a bit of your momentum.
Put pressure on your back foot and the tail will start to drop, thus enabling you to start your 360 rotation.
Continue your rotation as the wave brings you down to the flat section of the wave.
Once you’re three-quarters of the way through the rotation, begin to transfer your weight to your front foot.
Turn your head and body toward the beach as your fins will catch and straighten your board out.
Maintain your balance through the end of the move and rise out of the whitewash.
After completion of the move, look down the line for another opportunity.