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Surfing School - Surfing - Getting To Shore


So your surf session is over and you are tired. You look back at shore at want to go in. How you may ask?

Easy. There is one of two ways, the easy way, or the hard way. This of course depends on who you are and how big the waves are that day. We'll just give you both ways and let you decide for yourself.

The 1st Way:

Catch a wave and ride it all the way in. Sounds simple enough, but if you are having one of those days where you cant catch anything, the waves are super huge and your waiting for a small one, or it is too small to catch a wave, then this is usually difficult. The best thing to do is resort the the 2nd Way.

The 2nd Way:

The second way is just to paddle in. While this can be easy on small days, it could wind up with you getting smashed on a big day. In either case, you'll end up getting pushed in by the wave and you'll make it to shore.



 


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