SeaWorld took a risk in reviving the stand-up roller coaster—the first versions, in the ‘80s and ‘90s, were often criticized for being uncomfortable. This new version, which opened in 2023, put a twist on the concept by adding saddle-like support stems that slot between passengers’ legs and move up and down through the zero-to-60mph launch and steeply banked swooping inversions, plus there is a “surfboard” under your feet for you to stand on. The bouncing adds moments of weightless thrills, but what comes up must come down, and when it does, your weight bears hard on the rig. For men, the result can be nothing less than a state-of-the-art crotch pounding, while women may achieve a different relationship entirely with the coaster. Support yourself with your legs (if you can) when the coaster valleys, and you’ll suffer fewer effects on your future family line. The ride only takes about a minute, and parts of the queue are exposed to the sun.