November 23, 2017
If you are a stand up surfer,, climbing whitewater is imperative to staying on your board. If you are a surfer at any level, you are always looking to up your game. The techniques for climbing whitewater varies depending upon the size of the wave. Poynter gives tips on how to climb whitewater of any size. These tips should be helpful for all skill levels.
SEAN POYNTER’S PRO SUP SURFING TIPS: WHITEWATER CLIMBING
By SUP Magazine
In our last installment of Sean Poynter’s Pro SUP Surfing Tips Series we covered Parallel Surf Stance, the proper technique for standing on a SUP surfboard. The benefits of that stance are clear: added stability, better wave catching, and ease of dealing with whitewater when paddling out. Taking it further, this stance also prepares you to handle whitewater of all sizes.
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