I am doing mainly tow foiling and ive gotten alot better with my turns. But when am I supposed to grab the rail. Is it only for super critical vertical turns? Because when I carve hard frontside I could touch the rail pretty easily almost every carve if I wanted. Just by bending more and putting my hand on the rail. But when do you actually need to grab the rail. Is it a functional move to prevent the board from tacoing when doing a super steep vertical hit in the pocket?
Yeah. It’s just a safety move and the guys doing it are typically pushing on the rail. Not like surfing where you pull on the rail.
When do you know when to grab rail or not. Thanks for explaining it’s a push rather than a pull.