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Unwritten Rules of Surfing

Unwritten Rules of Surfing

Surfing is about freedom, hanging out with your mates, having fun and chilling out but there are some unwritten rules that prevent you from becoming 'that guy' (or girl) in the water.     1.Don't drop in One wave, one surfer. When you paddle for a wave always check if someone got there first, sharing isn't always caring and you don't want to ruin the fun for fellow surfers.   2. Keep control of your board  A board to the face is no fun at all, never try to pull a manoeuvre that could end up with you landing on (or crashing into) someone else,...

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How to prevent cramps in surfing

How to prevent cramps in surfing

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Cramps in surfing can happen anytime and without warning. 320 pairs of muscles are in the human body, and all of the voluntary ones are prone to cramping, especially if the water is several degrees down. Muscle cramps are forced muscle contractions that fail to relax, or simply defined, hardening of muscles to the point of cramping. At first, spasms occur and often worsens to cramps when it is sustained and forced. The legs, back, feet and arm muscles are the most susceptible to cramps.   Causes and prevention of cramps in surfing Many factors are responsible for cramps in...

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How to Read Waves

How to Read Waves

As a beginner it is important to learn to read waves in order to know where to position yourself, and which side to turn to once on the wave. There is some theory to this outline below, but most has to do with getting out there and learning through experience, or even taking lessons.    To read a wave: Look at horizon line When a set is coming, compare the horizon with the wave’s line Identify the highest point of the wave, this is where the wave will break first The side with the steepest angle/slope down is the direction...

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