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Surfing Workout: Become a Stronger Surfer : How to Practice Balance For Stronger Surfing


Welcome to Expert Village, I am Schell Michael and in this segment we’re going to be talking about your surfers workout. OK, so balance is very important, because your definitely going to be on a small little board or a big board. No matter what you’re always going to have to balance out there in the water. Something that you can use is called a balance board, where there is almost like a roller underneath and then a little board on top.So it’s kind of like a little teeter totter for your feet. And you can get on that and it really helps you. Sometimes they call it an indo board. You’ll see that, it’s pretty recent. It’s what they’ve been calling it, indo boards. And it’s great. You just, in your house spend ten fifteen minutes just going back and forth, feeling it out. You might to maybe put on some like, elbow pads, knee pads, maybe a little helmet if your clumsy like me. When you first get started, you definitely don’t want to eat it on one of those balance boards and then you can’t even get out there in the water just trying to practice on land. Also, you can also get like a long piece of wood, you know a thin piece of plywood. Put it in your back yard and just like practice you know, almost like a balance bean but it’s really low to the ground. And you know, just practice doing different things like that. And if you can come up with some creative ways to get your balance strong, that will be good too.But those are just some tips for you. .


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