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Five Ways to Improve Your Surfing: The Whitewater Climb

by on Monday 25th November, 2013   21617 Visits   Comments

Adding a whitewater climb to your wave riding repertoire helps you generate speed and make sections, whilst avoiding that horrible caught behind bum-out style.

This is the first of a series of exclusive insights into how you can become a better surfer using video tuition. It’s not just pros who need coaching, the rest of us need it even more.

For years 110% Surfing Techniques Volume 1 & 2 have been some of the best selling DVDs in the MSW store and always seems to be sitting in the top 10 best selling chart. Hit them up on Facebook for more and to hear about the launch of Volume 3.

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