The first weekend saw Stephen Hall from Truro rip the place to pieces showing great improvements with tight spins and lip moves. The July course saw British Schools Under 16 and Under 18 champ Bertie Thomson and good friend and drop knee aficionado Liam Benny from St Ives tearing it up, both learning invert airs after sessions at Fistral, Towan and a local, secret wedge. Both weekends were blessed with good swell and the crew of all bodyboarding levels were split into ability level groups and coached on a one to one basis. This autumn sees a packed schedule to make the most of the warm water temperatures and the great forecasted September and October swells.
Sept 13 — Sept 14 Bodyboard Coaching Weekend
Sept 20 — Sept 21 Bodyboard Coaching Weekend
Oct 8 — Oct 5 Bodyboard Coaching Weekend
Oct 18 — Oct 19 Bodyboard Coaching Weekend
Participants receive four coaching sessions, video analysis, a well stuffed goodie bag from Sola wetsuits, Overhead Surf and ThreeSixty bodyboarding Magazine. The most improved rider of the weekend receives a new board courtesy of NMD. It isn’t just competing shredders that are coached, Bodyboarders of all levels are welcome from total novices to the competing ripper.
All riders are coached on an ability basis so if you haven’t tried it before or you have tried it this summer and want to learn from British Champion Rob Barber and his coaching team, then call 01637 879571 or check out www.RobBarber.com
The course costs £119 and there are limited places.
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