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Let’s get it started. Surfing is not the easiest thing to learn, but still it’s far from being a complicated sport. You can learn how to become a surfer in a matter of days. The most common mistakes with beginners are related to paddling, standing up, choosing waves, duck diving, priorities and positioning feet on the surfboard.
That is why surf etiquette is a must-read document. If you’re about to hit the surf for the first time, reading introductory books and watching videos is good advice, too. Feed your brain in order that it can tell your body what to do. In other words, visualize your future steps.
Take a look at some basic surfing tips for beginners:
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