Surfing and bodyboarding, to those that don’t surf, seem like much the same water sport, however, the reality is far from it. There has long been tension and a so-called rivalry between stand-up surfers and bodyboarders. Do Surfers Hate Bodyboarders? Not all surfers hate bodyboarders, but those that do generally do it for reasons that […]
Although surfing and bodyboarding seem similar as they both include riding a board down a wave, anyone from either side will likely argue that there are more differences than similarities. Is surfing harder than bodyboarding? Surfing requires more physical endurance, stability, strength, and skill than bodyboarding, as well as a much steeper learning curve. Surfing
Jeep has been known to sponsor well-known global surfing events such as the World Surf League, so there is no surprise to find that the Jeep Wrangler makes a perfect surfing vehicle. Although this 4-wheel drive will get you to the hardest-to-reach surf spots, you may be wondering how to carry your surfboards on your
Now that you have gotten the hang of paddling, popping up, and staying up on your surfboard, it’s time to learn how to turn your surfboard down the line and carve up the waves. Surfing, much like snowboarding, uses our body movements and weight distribution to change our direction. So,How to Turn on a Surfboard?
Our surfboards bring us hours of enjoyment when we are in the ocean, but when they are stored at home they seem big and bulky, and not to mention, surfboards are somewhat delicate and on the expensive side. If you are trying to keep your surfboard out of the way, but enjoy having it displayed,
As a surfer (or surfer to be), when the time comes to get a new surfboard, or perhaps your very first board, excitement levels are high, but it is important to buy a surfboard that matches our own dimensions and skill levels. What Size Surfboard Do I Need? The surfboard length, width, and volume that