There’s a whole world of wakeskate tricks, but it all started with the “Ollie.” The move was invented in the late 1970s by Alan “Ollie” Gelfand for skateboarding, and it’s the primary way of getting air. You push down on your back foot while jumping up and sliding your front foot forward. This brings both ends of the board up with you on it. There are also other fun tricks such as the:
Sliding along the lip (peak) of the wake with your board sideways to it.
Kicking your board around 180 degrees as you hop into the air.
Jumping wake to wake with your back hand grabbing the tail of the board and back leg kicking outward.
Spinning the board 360 degrees along its long axis and jumping up while turning 180 degrees. Miss it and you take the board right between the legs, hence the name.