Watching a professional surfing event live or on-line this can help you with your free surfing sessions
There is a reason why we prepare and how you prepare to go for your free surf, so you can enjoy your
time in the ocean catching fun waves, rather than being frustrated.
Take some time before you leave the house to have an idea where you are thinking of going
to surf which will save you lots of time. You can check the night before or check in the
morning on line how the waves are. When you get to the surf spot
1st take 10-20 minutes to make sure this is the best spot for you and that its not to crowded. Surfing
a less crowded surf spot you will catch more waves and you will have so much more fun than just siting.
Your positioning in the ocean, the line up or take off spot is very important you check these out
before you jump in the water. The more knowledge you have on the spot you plan to paddle out to the better
your surf session will be.
If you were able to watch the WCT at Keramas in Bali this past week, you would learn
not to sit to deep at the peak, realize how the tide makes a difference coming up or going out and how
positioning yourself will make all the difference in the waves you catch and your performance.
Watching a surfing heat and they have 30 minutes to perform, you can learn so much
to bring your surfing up to another level if you really focus. If you want to watch
Heats on Demand or Heat review
for Bali or past events you need to go to the sponsor who held the event.
Example: The Oakley Pro Bali go to www.oakleyprobali.com/, live.ripcurl.com/womens-final- or
Try it and see how much you can learn & let me know what you did learn?
Aloha and a hui hou! Until next time