By mastering a smooth, progressive pull out, you will generate enough speed to flatten the ski and coast. In the beginning of your coast, you will be going a few mph faster than the boat. While coasting, be sure to maintain a 50/50 weight distribution. At the end of the coast it's better to have more weight on the front foot. If you're standing correctly on the ski, the water should break at the toes of your front foot at the end of your coast. As the ski decelerates to the speed of the boat, you'll be ready for the lean-in drill.