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SUPboarder PRO video breakdown

In this SUPboarder Pro video breakdown we look at a clip sent to us by Adam from the East Coast of USA. Adam asked about back foot placement saying he was struggling to get his back foot to the stomp pad consistently. He also asked whether he needed to bend his knees and commit more on his wave.

We hope you find this video interesting. Foot placement is by far the hardest thing to get right when surfing. It shouldn’t feel a struggle to stand on certain parts of the board, but if it does then you might be standing on the wrong part or it might be the right part but at the wrong time. So just remember, when doing top turns, cutbacks and re-entries your foot should be over the tail pad. And when doing bottom turns and general trimming along a wave just in front of the tail pad is spot on. 

Get involved with 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 a video of you in action. Itcould 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.

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.

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.

How to send a video clip to us

Use the free https://wetransfer.com/to send your video file to pro@supboardermag.com. Please also remember to include all the information requested above.

SUPboarder Pro

The SUPboarder team are all super passionate paddleboarders and proud of what we do… sharing unique informative content that inspires paddlers across the globe to use different equipment and learn new skills to become better and safer paddlers.

We’ve been working towards making sure our readers get the best quality features about kit, techniques and inspirational stories since day one, over 5 years ago. Then just over a year ago we launched SUPboarder Pro ‘the next level of SUPboarder content’. And because of you the subscribers we can now fund new exciting SUPboarder projects and make SUPboarder Pro the ‘ultimate independent online SUP resource’.

SUPboarder Pro

SUPboarder Pro is 100% for you the reader. And we want to make sure you are all getting what you want out of it. Whether you support us through SUPboarder Pro because you like what we do or want to have a unique SUP resource tailored just for you. This is what we are here for and what you can do to get the most out of SUPboarder Pro:

SUPboarder Pro equipment reviews

  • Have access to the full equipment reviews, comparing the board with other similar boards on the market.
  • Top tips on how to get the best out of the equipment on review ie. using different fins and setup for best performance.
  • Email us direct questions about review equipment to find out if it’s really the right choice for you. No sales pitch just real world facts about the kit and honest, independent advice from experienced paddleboarders.

Watch Pro reviews here.

Unique technique features

SUP coaching

  • More independent, unique technique videos and written features than available on standard SUPboarder.
  • Email us with any technique related questions, to receive the best advice/information available online to help you improve as quickly as possible.

See Pro technique features here.

SUPboarder Pro video breakdowns

  • Online video coaching for SUP. Whether it’s to improve your general SUP surfing or to achieve that perfect paddling technique, SUPboarder Pro’s video breakdown is for everyone, at any level, about anything SUP!
  • This new SUPboarder Pro feature will not only help you but also thousands of other paddlers who may be struggling with the same SUP issues.

Watch SUPboarder Pro video breakdowns here.

Just ask….
  • The SUPboarder team are here for you… just ask. We are a 100% independent sounding board for SUP. Are you interested in a new second hand board but haven’t heard about it before and are wanting more information? Are you looking at getting a kids SUP but don’t know where to start? Or are you looking to take up racing and want to find out what you can race on without spending a fortune? With so many SUP websites having a brand attachment these days it’s often hard to find an independent ear. But that’s where we come in and that’s what makes SUPboarder different from other SUP websites. Unbiased, honest SUP information you can trust. All you have to do is ask. The SUPboarder team will happily share with you all they know!
Tell us…
  • If there’s a topic we’ve not yet covered and you’d like to know about it, tell the SUPboarder team and we’ll try our best to include it.
  • The SUPboarder team also really values your feedback, so please let us know what you think, what we do well and how we can do things better. If you don’t tell us, we don’t know!

Thanks to all our SUPboarder readers for your support, and a really, really big thanks to our SUPboarder Pro subscribers. The world of SUP is still growing. So there’s lots more to learn and lots more new exciting kit to come! We look forward to sharing these exciting times and growing in the SUP world together.

Happy paddling and stay safe.
Reuben, Will, Lucy and the SUPboarder team

If you haven’t got Pro yet and would like to find out more about SUPboarder Pro and the monthly or yearly sign up including a unique SUPboarder T-shirt click here : www.supboardermag.com/pro

See the full up to date list of SUPboarder Pro feature content here : Pro feature

 

In this SUPboarder Pro video breakdown we look at a clip from the SUPboarder video archive of Will from SUPboarder SUP surfing a few years ago in Punta San Carlos, Baja. At 68kg Will is a lighter rider, so using a 100L board he has to work the board with good foot work to get the most out of it.  

We hope you all found this interesting and can take something away from this SUPboarder video breakdown.

Get involved with 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 a video of you in action. It 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.

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.

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.

How to send a video clip to us

Use the free https://wetransfer.com/ to send your video file to pro@supboardermag.com. Please also remember to include all the information requested above.

In this SUPboarder Pro video breakdown we look at a clip sent to us by Mike from Ocean City, New Jersey, surfing at Chicama in Peru. Mike has asked us to give him feedback on how he can improve his overall SUP surfing.

We hope you all found this interesting and can take something away from this SUPboarder video breakdown.

Thanks to Mike for sending in his clip. We look forward to receiving more videos from other SUPboarder readers soon.

Get involved with 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 a video of you in action. It 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.

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.

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.

How to send a video clip to us

Use the free https://wetransfer.com/ to send your video file to pro@supboardermag.com. Please also remember to include all the information requested above.

Using a GoPro is a great way of getting some good video clips & photos of yourself and others out SUPing. But there are some things you can do to make the quality of the video & photos better, and the whole GoPro experience easier to ensure you get that perfect shot. Here are SUPboarder’s GoPro tips and tricks for SUP.

Remember you can send GoPro footage of yourself SUPing to the SUPboarder Team and we’ll take a closer look at it and tell you where you’re going wrong and how you can improve. Check out our new SUPboarder Pro video breakdown features here : get-involved-new-supboarder-pro-video-breakdowns

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.

In this the first SUPboarder PRO video breakdown we look at a re-entry on a small wave using a 9’4” board.

Whilst testing the RRD LongSUP 9’4” last month Reuben catches the nose at the end of a re-entry manoeuvre. He decides to take a closer look, see where he went wrong and share it with you, so you can learn from it.

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 a video of you in action. It 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.

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.

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.

How to send a video clip to us

Use the free https://wetransfer.com/ to send your video file to pro@supboardermag.com. Please also remember to include all the information requested above.