How to Surf
by: Sutro Media • 2
Discover the sport surfing on your phone or tablet. Learn how to surf through pictures, text, videos and more. Understand the surfer’s code of respect towards others and the environment. Use simple step-by-step instructions, photos, drawings and videos to begin your journey or further your skills.
While nothing will replace real surfing, instruction and time in the ocean, this guide will help prepare you for your adventure into the surf. Learn how to navigate safely in the ocean environment. Review the basics before you hit the water. It’s like having a surf coach in your pocket!
As you advance use videos and excellent content as told by professional surfers to take your skills to the next level. Get insight and tips that will help you learn and progress.
Know before you go! Knowledge is power. Enjoy this sport of kings with respect and the Aloha spirit!
Barrel and Tube Riding
Big Wave Surfing
Cutbacks, Floaters, Airs and Snaps
Environmental Guide and Directory
Respect and Etiquette
Surf Lingo and Glossary
Tips and Tricks
Training and Competition Surfing
Wave and Surf Forecasting and much more...
Discover over 10 of the World’s best surf spots
Surf School Directory
Surf Spots and Where to Learn
★ About the Author ★
The World Surf Collective is a group of authors, surfers, environmentalists and ocean lovers.
Joao de Macedo is a professional surfer, author of “How To Be a Surfer”, the founder of the the Portuguese Surf School “Surf Academia, Praia Grande- Carcavelos. Joao is one of the founders and current ambassador for the environmental surfing movement: the World Surfing Reserves.
★ About Sutro Media ★
This guide is published in partnership with Sutro Media. By enabling local writers to share their expertise on mobile phones, Sutro Media is making it easier and more fun to explore the world!
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