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Safety First!

Safety First!

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S*O*A*K - brought to you by www.surfing101.comLifeguards and warning signs aren't your only lines of defense.  Personal readiness and awareness are your other key companions.  A good way to improve your readiness is by understanding the acronym "SOAK".Study the area
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The Line-Up

The Line-Up

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Understanding "the line-up" (translation: where to sit in the water when trying to catch a wave) is critical to catching the right wave. First, check out where the rest of the group is gathered. If it's your first time at a new break, it is best to start your lineup far outside or off to th ...
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All types of Surfboards

All types of Surfboards

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Long BoardThe standard beginner's board. Although for beginners, capable of many moves by advanced surfers.Short BoardIf you are ripping it up on the long board try stepping up to a shorter board. The short board is for advanced surfers. Ideal for 3' - 10' surf.
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Surfer of the Year

Surfer of the Year

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In the 7 years that we have been in business, we've taught thousands of people how to surf...young and old, big and small, fearful and fearless, even people who don't know how to swim. We understand the common fears that people have of surfing...sharks, injuries, looking silly in front of other peop ...
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Surfing learning curve

Surfing learning curve

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Learning to surf can be one of the most fun, exciting and spiritual experiences of your life...it can also be the most painful, frustrating and annoying. Hopefully you are smart like me (haha) and take your first lesson with Hawaiian Surf Adventures. Leaning the basics right away is essential. I've ...
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