Where are you practicing takeoff?
Many people may think that takeoff practice can only be done at sea.
But that’s half right and half wrong. For take-off practice, land practice is also effective.
This time, I will talk about the effectiveness of land practice.
I will also tell you how to practice.
Practicing at home every day will improve your takeoff.
How to practice takeoff on land
At sea, beginners can hardly take off.
The shape of the waves is different each time, so you cannot practice repeatedly
under the same conditions. Therefore, the takeoff practice time is very short.
You can practice as many times as you like on land.
I will tell you how to practice it.
Lie down on the floor, look horizontally, bend your upper body, stick your knees together,
and push the floor with your knees.
This is the same as pushing the tail of a surfboard over the waves.
(In the sea, the board starts running in this state.)
(Assuming that the surfboard has started running)
Then, quickly curl your back, make space under your abdomen, and touch your front foot knees
to your chest.
Place your front foot between your arms.
At this time, your hand remains on the floor.
The position of the front foot is between both palms.
Keep your knees low on your back foot.
Keep your eyes on the horizontal side, do not move your head, and keep your posture low.
Stand up in the lowest possible position.
Don’t look down.
You can get a big effect just by doing this practice 10 times a day.
This exercise will also give you the muscles you need for takeoff.
And you will be able to do it quickly.
Takeoff at sea requires you to get up in a second.
Therefore, it is very beneficial to practice repeatedly on land.
How was this article?
Surfing cannot be practiced repeatedly in the sea.
Practice daily on land, at home.
Thank you for reading.