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How to play surfboard surfing skills


Paddling: With head up, chest out and eyes in front of you, paddle along both sides of the board with your hands from the front to the back, keeping your fingers together.

Depending on your weight and the size of the board, you need to position yourself on the board with your toes close to the edge.

Paddling along both sides of the board back water, adjust the breathing rhythm left and right, do not open the arm when paddling water, this will greatly reduce the efficiency of paddling.

Paddling is the most basic of surfing skills and should be the focus of most of your practice. Your stroke will depend on whether you can catch a wave or not.

Get up: When the waves come in and you have a good stroke, feel your board push forward and feel your speed pick up, we get up.

Find your ribs with your palms and place them flat on either side of your ribs to support your body.

Get up: wait until the speed up can "get up".

Use your arms to support your body. Jump onto the board, feet shoulder-width apart, spine straight. Bend your knees slightly to absorb some of the bumps, allowing you to stand more firmly on the board.

Turn: go to the tail of the board, the rear foot is directly above the rudder or half a step in front of the rudder position; Shift your body slightly back with your weight on your hind feet; Turn your head in the direction the board turns. Use your head to drive your shoulders and your hips to drive your feet to control the board's turn. To turn the board in the opposite direction, follow the turning action points and turn your body in the opposite direction. Turn and return to the center of the board to continue surfing.