Water Skiing & Wakeboarding
Often referred to as “Sit Skiing” or “Trick Skiing”
Most commonly called Sit Skiing, due to its most popular equipment configuration, water skiing and wakeboarding are popular summer adaptive activities. There are many equipment adaptations for a wide range of people with different abilities. Many adaptive sports organizations offer lesson or clinic days where you can learn how to ski.
How to Waterski & Wakeboard
Check out the key facts and equipment info to get started, but make sure to check out the Instructional Videos to see how it really looks.
Skis are designed for beginners and professionals.
Theres nothing adaptive about this type of equipment. Users able bodied and disabled use the same board manufacturers.
Each cage is built to its users specs. Some cages are built for slalom skiing and some are built for wakebaording.
There are different equipment options for water skiing and wakeboarding. Each activity can be done by beginners and professionals of multiple ability levels.
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