Tips by Ong Kian San
Video : Ryan Lee
Photo : Chris Yeo
First learn how to do pop shuv-its in the flats first. Once you’re comfortable with it, take to the wake for more pop and style.
Similar to an ollie off the lip, you want to drift into the wake and throw the trick as you reach the top of the wake. Catch with both feet and land on the downside of the wake. If you don’t want to land on the other side of the wake, keep your weight leaning towards the same side of the wake more.