When a turn or trick is executed in a direction that the back of the body is facing the arc of the trick.
adjective Generally refers to the direction of a turn on an incline, meaning the backside of the body is facing the wall. However, in modern street skating this has taken on new meanings as tricks progress from older, established tricks.
Same as heelside.
A trick or turn with the skater's back facing the ramp or obstacle e.g. a kick turn with the board rotating in the direction that your front foot toes point in.
Opposite of frontside. Facing back into the ramp or with your back facing the surface you're grinding. Feet spread just over shoulder width.
Su, Sk. Also called heelside. Your back and heels face uphill when turning.
The side of the snowboard on which the athlete's heels rest; also the side a snowboarder's back faces.
The side of a mogul that faces downhill.
The backside of the snowboard is the side where the heels rest; and the backside of the snowboarder is the side to which his/her back faces.
during the first 180 degrees of any in-the-air rotation your back is facing downhill.
when a trick or turn is executed with the skater’s back facing the ramp or obstacle.
The area behind your back when you're in a halfpipe or doing a trick off a wall. If you're describing the backside during a trick, your back is uphill.
The side of the snowboard on which the athlete's heels rest; the side of the snowboard to which the athlete's back faces.
When a turn or trick is executed in a direction so that the back of the body is facing the ramp or obstacle.
Turns or rotations in the direction your toes point towards, so that your back is facing the outside of the arc. Sometimes abbreviated as 'bs' or 'b/s'