Alright. So you're finally amped up to get into the ocean and try out surfing. Excited? Nervous? We've all been there at some point. To make your time a little easier. Here are 5 KEY rules for beginners.
Here's how to make the best of your first surf experience
1. Strap your board with the fins on the FRONT of the car facing upward.
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2. Don't jump up on the first wave you catch
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3. Hold the board with the same hand that you leash your foot to.
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4. Learn about your wave
Ask the pros: are there rocks that I should be aware of? Any strong currents?
Create Relevant Content
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Good luck! And if you need any other tips, you know where to find us :)