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 Find Out How To Surf In A Few, Simple Steps 
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Find Out How To Surf In A Few, Simple Steps
by: John Walls



Surfing is a great way to get in your daily quota of exercise that every person should engage in and enjoy what you are doing at the same time. You will be outside, enjoying the beautiful weather, the warm sea, and the comforting feeling of the sea at the same time. If you want to learn how to surf, it can be taught quite easily and with practice, you will get there in no time.

You should start with a board that you can comfortably stand on and that will grant you the optimal performance. This should be between nine feet and ten feet long for an adult and for a child, around eight feet in order to accommodate the different heights and you should feel confident when you try it out on the ground.

Start off by staying away from the other people in the ocean because until you have developed your skills enough, you do not want to harm anyone else. Choose an area that is fairly isolated, but still within range of the life guard in case something goes wrong.

When you see the first wave coming that you want to try out, make sure that your board is going in the right direction, which is straight into the oncoming wave. If you are tilted at any angle or sort of sideways to the wave, it will not be picked up and you will not be able to take off.

When the wave arrives, you should be flat on your stomach in the middle of the board and move towards it by propelling your arms. As it hits you and rolls underneath, you should snap up so that your legs are now firmly standing the center and you are balanced on top.

You might find it easier to try out this move on the dry land before heading out to try it in the middle of the waves. It can be easy to lose your balance or to miss and not land in the center and these things are key to doing a successful job, so prepare yourself before just heading out.

By practicing many times, you will find that it is simple to learn how to surf and you can't even remember a time when you didn't know how. You will be cruising along those waves like a pro in no time at all and looking for more adventure further out.

About The Author
John Walls is a former professional surfer who is now dedicated to pass on his knowledge to others with the goal of producing grade A surfers. His website offers a vast amount of hints and tips for everything in surfing from complete beginner to professional level. You can check his site out at http://www.howtosurf.co.uk
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http://www.howtosurf.co.uk



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