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Beginners Guide to Snowboarding

Beginners Guide to Snowboarding

Winter is in full force in the Southern Hemisphere and fast approaching in the Northern, you’ve booked your first snow sports holiday and now wondering what you were thinking? Don’t worry, we have your back. There are 5 main things to consider when learning to board, just remember you will be spending sometime on the floor so make sure your board looks good while you’re lying there recovering.   Put your best foot forward You will need to work out what foot stance you are, there are 2 stances in snowboarding. You are either a regular or a goofy, regular...

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How To Catch A Wave Surfing

How To Catch A Wave Surfing

Authored By DisruptSports

So after you have bought yourself a surfboard, the ultimate goal is is how to catch a wave surfing. Learning about the different types of waves to learn on and which ones to paddle for, which ones to let pass, getting the timing right, when to start paddling, when to get on your feet- are just a few of things you can only learn by practicing and spending as much time as you can in the water Here are some steps to follow : Start at a less well known beach with gentle waves and sand at the bottom. The...

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How to Turtle Roll

Authored By DisruptSports

You’re riding a longboard or softboard and paddling out is exhausting you – you can’t get under the waves and shortboarders breeze past you by ducking straight under the waves. If you’re riding a longboard, this manoeuvre – the ‘duck dive’, won’t work. Longboards are thick and more buoyant than shortboards so duck diving under the waves is not possible, instead there is a simple method that will get you past the break easier – this method is called by some, the ‘turtle roll’. As the name suggests, you will ‘roll’ your board to avoid the pressure of the breaking...

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