Surfing tips that work are worth their weight in gold. We have compiled a list of tips to help surfer of all experience levels get better at surfing. Whether you are just starting, or sponsored, we have tips from top surf coaches and experts that will help you to improve. These tips range from how to make the most of waves to trick tips, training tips and competition tips. Click on the category that best matches your level of surfing to get started.
Getting Started Surfing Tips - If you have never surfed before or just recently started, these surfing tips are for you. They will go over the basics with you and remind you of anything you forgot from your first surfing lessons.
Beginner Surfing Tips -These surfing tips are aimed at the surfer that can stand up and is ready to take it to the next level. We will work on catching more waves, turning down the line and maneuvering properly.
Intermediate Surfing Tips - If you can catch waves and hold a line, but are ready to start making big cut backs and fluid moves, these surfing tips will help. We will also discuss new ways to improve your surfing and how to handle yourself in a wide range of circumstances.
Advanced Surfing Tips - These tips come from coaches that are all former WCT or WQS riders. These tips are best for you when you are ready to focus on tricks, big waves and surfing with style.
Sponsored Surfing Tips - The final tip section is for sponsored surfers. Here we focus more on the mental aspects of surfing like: focus, competition strategy, stamina and other factors that are important to surfers of the highest caliber.
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Surfboard Match Quiz - Are you riding the best surfboard for your size, skill level and wave conditions? Chances are you could use a better board, our matching quiz uses data from other surfers to recommend a few board types to look for. (click here to visit the Surfboard Match)
Ask A Scientist - Do you have a specific question about surfing that isn't covered anywhere else? Ask us and we'll find an answer from an expert that know what they are talking about. (click here to visit Ask A Scientist)