Surfing for Beginners

  1. Getting a Board

    The first step to learn surfing is to first get your own board that you will be using for the sport. Surfing classes will provide you with basic boards to practice but having your own develops a familiarity with your equipment that is quite convenient for you later on. If it’s your first time to buy a board then you might want to ask an expert to give you some tips on how to pick the right one. In most cases, novice surfers are advised to get boards made from lightweight material for better control and maneuverability.

  2. Learn To Balance

    Now that you have your own board, or gotten your hands one that you will be using for practice, the next step is to learn how to balance yourself on top of it. You don’t have to start by standing on it, but you can give it a shot to see if you can already do it. If you can’t do it standing up or in a crouch then try to get the feel of the board and your balance by lying it on face down. Beginners will also get the knack of paddli

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