So read on for the basics of surfing education.
As the father of growing surfers with big plans, Tom Curren is well versed in the nuances of introducing offspring to the ocean.
The legendary surfer from Santa Barbara shared his thoughts on how to help your kids get to the lineup without regretting their time.
“Learning to surf has never been easy. Both teachers and students are often ready to give up, but this should not develop into a problem.
Once the child understands the basics, riding in a comfortable environment with his friends is worth riding. It is the environment where the child can fully express himself, get the full impact, and develop a serious interest.
The best thing you can do is introduce your child to surfing in warm water. I think this is very important.
Children are prone to whims when uncomfortable, so choose a place with warm water for the first lessons.
Hawaii is the perfect place to take your early addresses.
Try to find a similar spot when your child makes their first attempts at boarding.
And for the most part, they don’t ask about the technical side of the gurney; they are more interested in how to choose boards. It, in general, is all.
I’m not one of those parents who criticize the execution of cutbacks or anything else. Everyone has their style and method.
My father followed this rule when he taught me the same direction I adhere to about my children.
And when everything grows together, all that remains is to enjoy the extraordinary feeling of a wheelchair in the circle of people close to me.
Few things are as satisfying as being able to share what you love. All the more so when your relatives get the same pleasure from your favorite activity as you do. “