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The Lower Body Workout Why this workout is important  Surfers use their lower body to compress and extend, to release and to take the brunt of impacts through turns. Our quadriceps (our legs) are the biggest muscle in our body and can quickly tire from having to constantly hold us on our boards. Having a powerful...

How to Execute a Seamless Bottom Turn – Forehand and Backhand Forehand Once you get to the bottom of the wave, bend at the knees and waist  The trick here is to get low. Here we see that the surfers chest is actually lower than her butt. This creates a kind of spring movement, the lower you get the more power you will...

How to Surf Better – the Yoga Connection   There has been numerous talk of the correlation between yoga and surfing. But is it all just a bunch of malarky? How could downward dog possibly improve my performance in the water? Read on to find out how. Relearning how to breathe. Breathing, the most basic thing alive right?...

How to Surf Well in Tiny Waves   Surfing small waves is really hard work. Often the crowd level will be low as people take one look and declare it “piddly.” Fortunately for us, it provides the perfect opportunity to practice your manoeuvres, and get your wave count up. Here are some top tips to surf your best in small,...

How to Create the Perfect Goals for Improvement Creating goals that follow the SMART criteria will ensure that your goals are directed and achievable. Here we will look at what SMART stands for and how to apply it to your own surfing aspirations. Specific  Your goals should be outlined specifically. This should...

How to Remain Confident in Bigger Surf   Surfing outside of our comfort zone is something we can all probably relate to. The butterfly feeling, the dilated pupils, the shakey hands. Keeping calm in bigger surf is something that is learned over time, however here are a few tips to have a better session when surfing in...

3 Essentials for a Technique Tune Up   Surfing well is hard work. If it wasn’t, everyone would be good at it. But they are not. These little tips are critical for technique improvement, but remember…do not try and perfect all of these in the space of one session. Surf from your back foot Now, I’m not talking lean way...