5 mistakes that you will commit on your first surf lesson
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by Norbert Ferenczi
3w ago
Let’s be honest! We all need to start at some point and we all make mistakes during learning something new. In this article we gather 5 mistakes that beginners usually do in their first day of surfing apart of putting their wetsuits the other way around.  1. Putting the wrong foot first. Before we start surfing we have to figure out which is our dominant foot what stands in the front. ( we wrote  another article about this in here ) So what suppose to happen when we do a pop up is that we put our back foot first to right front of the fins. This is a short set up step and following th ..read more
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Revolutionizing Cleaning with EcoX
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by Norbert Ferenczi
1M ago
In an era where environmental consciousness is paramount, ECOX stands out as a company dedicated to providing eco-friendly solutions for everyday needs. One of their flagship products, the ECOX Detergent, has gained significant attention for its innovative approach to cleaning while minimizing environmental impact. Introduction to ECOX A company that has made sustainability the core of its mission. Established in 2010, the company has consistently strived to develop products that align with eco-friendly practices. Their commitment to the environment is evident in every aspect of their operatio ..read more
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How Fin Set-Up Shapes Your Surfing Experience
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by Norbert Ferenczi
1M ago
One key element that significantly influences your surfing performance is the fin set-up on your surfboard. The choice between a single fin, twin fin, thruster, or quad fin configuration can drastically alter the way you maneuver on the waves. Single Fin: The Classic Elegance The single fin setup exudes classic elegance and is reminiscent of the early days of surfing. Providing stability and control, the single fin is favored for its smooth, flowing ride. It encourages a more traditional style of surfing, allowing surfers to gracefully trim and nose ride. However, the limitations become eviden ..read more
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How to catch a wave?
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by Norbert Ferenczi
1M ago
Unlike any other sports, surfing is not starting on your feet but on your belly laying on the board. Before you get up , you also need to make your way to be on the wave. But how to catch a wave?  In this article we introduce you to the different phases of a wave and discuss how to position and paddle for white water and green waves.  Phases of a wave: The bump:  This is the 1st visible stage of a wave when you see the wave is just being formed deeper from the lineup. Try to identify the wave as soon as possible in a sitted position so you can follow through with your eyes and a ..read more
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Which is your front foot?
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by Norbert Ferenczi
1M ago
In board sports such as in surfing  you must know which is your front foot before you do air reverses and barrel rides or just stand up rides for a few seconds.  In this article we give you a few ideas how to figure out your front foot just in time and do not overthink before your session.  Because we got two legs that means we got two different variations to stand up on a board. The left foot front we call regular, the right foot front we call goofy! Do not be bothered by goofy we call it this way because Disney’s Goofy was shredding the waves that way.  So let’s see some ..read more
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3 Reasons to Warm Up Before Surfing
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by Norbert Ferenczi
2M ago
Surfing is more than just a sport; it’s a dance with the ocean. While the thrill of catching waves can be exhilarating, it’s essential to prepare your body before hitting the surf. Warm up is a crucial step that many surfers often overlook. Here are three compelling reasons why you should prioritize the warm up before you grab your board and hit the waves. 1. Prevent injuries: Surfing demands a combination of strength, balance, and flexibility. Without proper preparation, you risk putting stress on muscles and joints that are not properly warmed up. Cold muscles are more prone to injuries such ..read more
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Riding the Waves Safely: Understanding the Dangers of UV
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by Norbert Ferenczi
2M ago
Surfers, with their love for the ocean’s embrace and the thrill of riding waves, often find themselves exposed to the sun’s powerful ultraviolet (UV) radiation. While the sun’s rays offer warmth and light, prolonged exposure poses significant risks to surfers’ skin health. Understanding the dangers of UV radiation and implementing effective protection measures are crucial steps in ensuring surfers can enjoy their passion safely. UV radiation Comprising UVA and UVB rays, penetrates the skin’s outer layers, causing a range of harmful effects. One immediate consequence of overexposure is sunburn ..read more
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5 books to read for surfers
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by Norbert Ferenczi
2M ago
Reading fosters imagination, deepens comprehension, and encourages critical thinking. It engages the mind actively, promoting cognitive skills and concentration. Unlike videos, reading allows one to explore diverse perspectives and create vivid mental imagery. Follow us to a journey of discovery that enriches the soul and expands horizons indefinitely with these 5 books of surfing. 1. Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life by William Finnegan Delve into the captivating memoir of Pulitzer Prize-winning author William Finnegan as he recounts his lifelong journey through the world of surfing. From his ea ..read more
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The Story of the Legendary Shaka
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by Norbert Ferenczi
3M ago
You must have seen people near the beach who use strange hand gestures with the middle fingers closed and thumb-pinky up. Shortly you might hear something like “Shaka bro, sick waves today, hang loose” There are many stories around the real origin of Shaka , probably we will never know the exact truth but in this article we do our best to  investigate and bring it up above the waves.  A gesture of Aloha Most likely originating from the Pacific Islands, particularly Hawaii. This simple hand signal embodies the spirit of Aloha and has become synonymous with the surfing community worldw ..read more
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The top 5 hazards of surfing
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by Norbert Ferenczi
3M ago
Watching a perfect wave as its peeling down nicely with a clean green face can make you instantly stoked to jump into the water with no thinking but surfing is not just rainbows and butterflies. It’s not a coincidence that surfing is considered as an extreme sport. In this article we will let you know what are the top 5 hazards.  1. Rip current Rip currents are the top 1 causes of beach rescues for the reason that it is quite hard to identify for those who do not know the ocean very well.  Rip currents are strong, narrow, seaward flows of water that extend from close to the shoreline ..read more
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