The amount of backward lean of an oarsman's body toward the bow at the end of a stroke.
Term for how much you lean back at the finish. Too much is bad, too little is, well, bad also. " LET IT RUN!" - Coxswain call for all rowers to stop rowing and to pause at the finish, letting the boat glide through the water and coast to a stop. Used as a drill to build balance.
a popular spin in figure skating, in which the torso is bent backwards and the free leg is lifted
Su, Sk. An extreme heelside lean. Your knees bend deeply and your knees and thighs point out over your frontside rail to balance your extreme lean over your heelside rail. You can grab an outside rail or drag a hand for stability. In surfing, used in cutbacks.
Climbing technique that back refers to the body position of leaning backwards and to one side with arms straight and feet shuffling up the wall, while using counter-pressure of hands pulling and feet pushing.
A maneuver where the surfer literally lays backwards on a wave, usually either in the barrel, or during a cutback.
the amount of backward lean of the rower's body towards the bow at the finish
The rowerâ€(tm)s act of leaning back toward the bow during the stroke.Â Layback should not be more than a few degrees pass vertical.
Amount of backward lean of an oarspersonâ€™s body at the finish of the drive (when the legs are down).
Surf move that involves laying back on the face of the wave
Manoeuvre of the 80's where the surfer is surfing on his backhand and lays out on his back on the wave face.
Amount of backward lean of the rower's body at the end of the finish.
A surfing manoeuvre where the surfer literally lays backwards on a wave. One of surfing's more extreme tricks.