The 10 Best Wakeboarding Exercises · 1.Jump rope Start with 50 jumps with two feet at a leisurely pace. Wakeboarding is unique among action sports because of the forces we face while pedaling. We must constantly adapt to the pull of the rope and the push of the board. As a result, wakeboarding is a very core-focused sport, and you should always strive to keep the area from the bottom of your rib cage to the top of your knees strong.
While nothing can completely mimic the pull and pull forces of wakeboarding, I use these 10 exercises to stay in shape when I'm not in the water. I focused on making these exercises accessible to everyone, so all that was needed was a jump rope, a push-up bar, a few steps, a rope or a pole, and a little space. Controlling your pace is key, because not only do you want to get to the end of your workout, but you also want to have the energy you need to complete the next day according to your schedule. I try to work out four to five times a week with at least one day off to rest and recover.