Here’s a two parter I recently penned for Fatstick SUP about stand up paddle surfing. The first part is all about the bottom turn and the importance of setting yourself up for the rest of the wave.
Bottom turning front side
Catching waves on your stand up paddle board is just the first step on your journey to becoming a stand up paddling SUPerstar. Once you’re happily dropping in and gliding along the unbroken face of a liquid wall there’s a whole heap of new skills to learn.
A green (or blue) watery canvas is just begging for you to draw your own unique lines as an artist would do their brush. Get all punk, rip a powerful arc and cut it up sharp and snappy – whatever floats your boat (or rather SUP).
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