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RE: Are there any good surfing-instruction websites?« on: July 17 2006 20:07:00 »
its true what you say -- but a surf class will save a student about a month of time in the trial and error stage of surfing... this is a good way to keep the kook factor way down.
I live a few blocks from a beach that has a surf school and you can definitely see a difference in the learning curve
RE: Are there any good surfing-instruction websites?« Reply #1 on: August 12 2006 15:08:00 »
keep it simple. Buy that surfboard and take it out paddling every other day for a week and then go to a surf school.
RE: Are there any good surfing-instruction websites?« Reply #3 on: January 21 2007 14:01:00 »
your surf school is you, your board, maybe a lesson and some cahones.
don't forget to go star__ks for some java first cuz you wouldn't want to be anything less than your best when you add water to the above listed items.
RE: Are there any good surfing-instruction websites?« Reply #4 on: August 26 2007 13:08:00 »