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improve your SUP surfingvideo

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Now obviously, the more you do something, the better you'll get at it. But unfortunately spending all day at the beach is just not...
Learning how to paddle with powervideo

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Once you’ve mastered the basic paddling technique you may want to try paddling with more power. Being able to paddle with a more powerful...
Making friends in the line up - SUP surfing / How to videovideo

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Whether you're a complete beginner to SUP surfing or an experienced surfer it's important we all play by the rules of surfing. But as...
Fisher Grantvideo

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When you watch a good surfer like Fisher Grant it can look effortless. The US SUP longboard champion has a great style and perfect, fast...
SUP too smallvideo

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After the recent comparison video of the smaller RRD surf SUPs, the COTAN and iWAVE we look at a question that many readers have...
What is draftingvideo

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Drafting?? ...What do you mean drafting? It's a question asked by many novice paddlers at race events around the world. Most paddlers think of...
Paddling prone on a SUPvideo

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Most of the time paddling out back standing up is the quickest and best option, as it allows you to see the approaching swell...
Image Georgia Schofieldvideo

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The best way to get good at something is to do it lots! When SUPs are involved this means lots of time on the water,...
Catching waves early on a SUPvideo

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Catching a wave early and enjoying a long ride from right out back is a great feeling. To get into waves early there are a...
Quick SUP paddle tip from Movideo

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This is a very simple SUP paddle tip from race World Champion Mo Freitas. Holding the paddle correctly is key to being able to...
Paddling in offshore windsvideo

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Paddling in offshore conditions i.e when the wind is blowing off the land out to sea, can provide some great flat water paddling opportunities...
Tuning your thruster fin setupvideo

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In this video we look at tuning your thruster fin setup. Many surfers when they get a new board, put in their 3 fins...