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Switching to a Shortboard

Many beginner surfers often wonder when they can transition from their longboard to something shorter. It’s a valid question, and as you progress through your surfing experience, you’ll certainly feel the desire to experiment with new boards and equipment. If you’re just getting started, the longboard is a great choice for learning how to surf.

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Surf Museums

Here is a list of some surf museums to check out around the United States. California Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum Location: 411 Olive Ave, Huntington Beach, California Hours: 12 pm to 5 pm Cost: Free Phone: (714) 465-4350 Website: https://www.facebook.com/InternationalSurfingMuseum Outdoor Surfboard Exhibit Location: Palm Ave between Seacoast Drive & 3rd Street, Imperial Beach,

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Environmental Impacts of Surfing

Sustainability goes a lot further than just recycling, banning plastic bags, or using natural ingredients. Sustainability requires taking a full look at a product’s life-cycle and the broader impacts that certain activities have. Within surfing there exists a strange dichotomy of having a deep respect of the ocean and the environment while using equipment and

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Surfing Maneuvers – Speed, Turns, Airs, Etc.

Once you’re able to catch waves, pop-up, and surf down the line consistently you’re ready to start practicing more maneuvers that will allow you to refine your style and get the most out of your waves. Some key things to remember when learning new surfing maneuvers: Repetition is key. Sometimes the wave is going to

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