New for 2018 on SUPboarder PRO – video breakdowns.
Do you want to find out where you’re going wrong with your paddling?
Are you struggling with a certain SUP manoeuvre or paddling technique and would like us to take a closer look and give your our feedback, then now’s your chance.
Send us some video clips of you in action and we’ll slow it down, look at it in detail and tell you exactly where you’re going wrong and what you can do to improve it.
The SUP video you send us could be about almost anything – your general paddling, catching your first wave, trying to achieve faster race strokes, getting more out of a wave etc… We will then find the best suited SUP expert to give you feedback.
Your video will be live on SUPboarder PRO, available for others to see and learn from.
Unfortunately we are only able to offer video breakdowns to our SUPboarder PRO subscribers.
What we need from you
Video quality : As good as possible. Doesn’t have to be HD but needs to clearly show you paddling. GoPro and other action cameras OK.
Video format : Any
Min video length : 10sec
Max video length : 2mins
About you : Name and afew lines about yourself
Equipment used : Board/Paddle
Paddling conditions : Weather/Wave size/Type of break etc…
Paddling location : As specific or vague as you like!
Which manoeuvre/part of paddling are you struggling with? : Please provide as much info as you can.
How to send a video clip to us
Log on to your PRO account and find the link at the bottom of a SUPboarder PRO video breakdown post.
Terms and conditions
The video must be your own.
You agree to give SUPboarder full permission to use, share and edit your video. The video breakdown will be available for all SUPboarder PRO subscribers to see on SUPboarder PRO.
We cannot guarantee we will be able to breakdown everyones video. But we will try our hardest to use every video we receive.
Watch the first SUPboarder PRO video breakdown here : Small-wave-re-entry
Find out more about SUPboarder PRO here : www.supboardermag.com/pro
And in the meantime…. get paddling and get filming.