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Tips for Beginner Surfers that Guarantee Fun in the Waves

Is surfing something you’ve always wanted to try, but you weren’t sure whether you’d be any good at it? Or maybe you were afraid you would fail? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back, future surfer! 

We have put together 25 tips for beginner surfers that will help you start your awesome new journey. Aside from these useful tips, we’re here to also remind you to expect to put in some hard work into it! Nobody ever jumped on a surfboard and surfed a big wave. Just like any other sport, you need to dedicate time and effort into learning and becoming better at it.

But don’t let this scare you; surfing is one of the most beautiful sports out there and a wonderful way to relax, work out, and meet great people. If you follow these tips, you’ll be on your way to becoming a great surfer!

Before you get in the water 

Don’t learn to surf all by yourself

No matter how easy you think it looks, never, ever approach surfing by yourself. Either get an experienced friend to teach you. This way, you’ll avoid injuring yourself or even putting your life in danger.

Use a big surfboard

This is one of the best beginner surfing tips you could ever follow. A large board will offer you a bigger surface to learn on and they’re also much better floatation devices.

Soft-top surfboards also help

For some beginners, soft-top surfboards also help with the learning process. A large and soft-top surfboard is going to be gentle on your feet and posterior. Make no mistake, at the beginning, you’ll be spending a lot of time sitting on it, rather than standing!

Always use a surf leash

This one is a very important safety requirement, not just a cool tip! It will take you a while to get used to it, and it will get in your way a few times, but a surf leash can potentially save your life, so make sure you are never without one!


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