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Thanks for sharing. Good work.
You just taught us something about ‘surf etiqutte’ .. Thanks! I would have
never known and just gone on a wave… But then again, I dont surf, but I
am trying to learn 🙂 Thanks for sharing
oh yeah and thank you!
Hey, great video. This is actually full of really subtle, helpful tips that
I’ve never seen before on a lot of other surf videos. Really glad you
Thanks so much! It means a lot!
Thanks! Most likely it will it really depends on your weight and the how
wide the board is and the thickness.
Sorry this is my other account I currently can’t comment on my other. No
problem! Good luck!
where is that?
It is kinda hard to own a longboard and learn on them but you would be
surprised how much fun they can be! They arent for just learning like some
guys rip really hard on them. And in general longboards have a pretty good
resale value so if you want to sell it and buy a short board. It depends on
the shape and the dimensions for stability.
Good Job! I hope you got an A. Wish someone created something like this
when i was starting.
word of advise im not hating on you your helping a lot of people but you
surf left to right not straight to the shore waves break at an angle so
ride the angle
Sorry this is my other account I currently can’t comment on my other. Your
welcome, thanks for the positive feedback!
12:58 guy in the background on the SUP eats it.
Thanks! That means a lot to me! Surfing can be difficult at first, but if
you keep doing it, it gets easier and you become better. If you have any
questions, don’t hesitate to shoot me a message. Thanks
thanks! , well if you’re just starting out surfing I’d recommend renting
boards first since you have some experience in the ocean but try out some
longboards first. A 9’0 would be good, they can catch waves easily and are
excellent to learn on and that is what I learned on. Rent some boards and
try them out first before you buy a board of that style (shortboard,
longboard, fish etc). Usually you don’t wanna start on a shortboard but
doesn’t hurt to rent one and give it a try if you want to.
Getting on my first surf lesson tomorrow. This vid was a great place to
start. Good job
Hey man thanks for catching that, I didn’t even realize it haha. Sometimes
it comes naturally for people to go right or left, or for me at did just
from watching other people surf. But thanks I’ll put an annotation in there
hey man good video.I want to ask you what kind of board did you use at this
Maui, Hawaii at a spot called Guardrails
Most of the time 7 foot shortboards are guns which are made for big waves.
Do some research online and you’ll be able to figure out if the board youre
looking at is a gun or short board. Stability matters about the dimensions
of the surfboard for example 5’8 tall 20 inches wide and 2.5 inches thick.
The wider the board generally the more stable but I would suggest renting a
longboard and if you have that down and deside you want to get a shortboard
start with a fish board which is easier to use.
Great video bro. Now I can shred the gnar.
great video thanks!
Sick video bro, gonna start soon thank you for the tips
The first time you stand up on a surf board is one of the best feelings in
the world. Don’t get discouraged. If you’re just learning and are not
familiar with water sports, then just whitewater waves at first then as you
get better you can start to catch waves before they break. Hope this helps,
message me if you have anymore questions.
thanks mate, and yeah i was thinking renting before buying would be the way
to go. Everything iv read online says that begineers should start on
longboards, but is it still possible to start on a shortboard and skip the
phase of owning and learning on a longbaord? i was looking and some
shortboards around the 7 foot margin, would these still be relatively
stable compared to a 5’8 shortboard? thanks again