How to Surf | 7 Tips beginners need to know to Start Surfing
Planning on learning how to surf? Here are 7 things that you need to learn about. 📌Check out our NEW* Online Coaching Platform: http://tutorials.barefoot.surf/ Here below are our top 7 Steps to learn surfing safely and efficiently: 0:00 Intro 0:32 Learn on the right surfboard 1:56 Choose the proper surf spot 3:38 Security aspects 7:05 Surf etiquette 8:41 Do a spot check 8:55 Staying in control of your surfboard 9:44 Pop up & paddling technique Want to surf better, faster? Check out our NEW* Online Coaching Platform: http://tutorials.barefoot.surf/ More information about surf etiquette: https://barefootsurftravel.com/livemore-magazine/surf-ethics-10-rules-beginner-needs-know More information about the turtle roll: https://barefootsurftravel.com/livemore-magazine/paddle-turtle-roll More information about the push-through technique: https://barefootsurftravel.com/livemore-magazine/paddle-push-waves More information about the pop-up technique: https://barefootsurftravel.com/livemore-magazine/how-to-do-a-take-off More information about paddling techniques: https://barefootsurftravel.com/livemore-magazine/how-to-paddle-on-a-surfboard Learn to surf with us: Check out our surf coaching retreats designed especially for beginners & intermediate surfers, in some of the best locations on earth to learn how to surf: https://barefootsurftravel.com Follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/barefootsurftravel/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barefoot_surf Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvOh9i-BOFzu51rpj33fGag Please leave your Questions or Comments below!
Learn to SUP in 5 minutes- How to Stand Up Paddleboard
Learn how to SUP in just 5 minutes from Blue Planet founder Robert Stehlik. This is not a comprehensive lesson but goes over the basics of board handling, paddle handling and safety with tips for those learning how to Stand Up Paddle board. SUP is a safe, fun sport if done correctly. Some of the basic topics covered: Board handling: lift board up on rail first, then use handle to protect your back, make sure to put board in deep enough water so fin clears bottom, center weight over handle and center line of board not covered: use right board for height, weight and ability level, for more information on choosing the best board for your needs, watch: https://www.blueplanetsurf.com/service/best-sup-standup-paddle-board/ Paddle handling and technique: correct orientation of the paddle blade (angled forward, away from you) forward stroke holding paddle vertically and pulling straight back using the whole blade in the water reach forward and don't pull past the feet not covered: steering strokes, watch this video to learn how to steer the board: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSmYvU5c3H4 choosing the right paddle and length, for more information on this topic, please watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQWz105sT1g Safety: ALWAYS wear a leash, and a personal floatation device if required (not required in Hawaii if using a leash) Use the buddy system, don't go out in dangerous condition, beware of strong offshore winds. If you can't swim, learn to swim first, then learn to SUP More tips: be safe, have fun and watch all the videos in our SUP Tips playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0SxFTHHwMFWbKRSChsfpzK2hY34--7NC Did you know that Blue Planet offers free air cargo shipping to any major US airport on most boards ordered on our website? Our board are an excellent value and we offer boards for all skill levels. For details: https://www.blueplanetsurf.com Thanks for watching, Aloha, Robert Stehlik Honolulu, Hawaii The board featured in the video is the Blue Planet 9'10 x 33 Turbo model: https://www.blueplanetsurf.com/search/9%2710+Turbo/ The paddle I'm using is my favorite, the BP Kai Zen V2 with 82 square inch blade: https://www.blueplanetsurf.com/blue-planet-blue-planet-2017-kai-zen-v2-cf-paddle.html