6 Surf Tips for beginner surfers

Don’t learn by yourself

No matter how easy you think surfing is, never learn surfing by yourself. By learning yourself you could put yourself in dangerous situations or you could do important techniques the wrong way. Get a good surf school to learn how to surf!

Get yourself a soft-top

If you begin to surf, you would want a surfboard that’s safe and gives you stability. Once you’re used to the soft-top you can try a hard-top.

Surf a beginners wave

Using a beach that is appropriate for beginning surfers is crucial to your surfing success. Learn to surf on a beach known for good, steady waves and the whole learning process will be smoother. Tackle small waves before you attempt larger ones. Even though you may feel ready, unless your teacher says you’re ready, you’re not. Trust me, you’ll be upgrading your surf spot in no time with the right amount of dedication. Kuta is the best place in Bali to learn surfing because of a great beginner wave.

Keep your distance from other beginner surfers

Make sure to keep distance from other beginners since they can’t control the board. If you keep your distance, you’ll avoid getting hurt or injured by others.

Go on a surf trip

Surfing is built on muscle memory, the more you do it, the better yo

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u get! Go on a surf trip and do nothing else than eat, sleep, surf and repeat. You’ll see amazing results and have an amazing time!

Have fun   

“the best surfer out there is the one having the most fun” book your first surf lesson at Odysseys Surf School in Kuta.

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