What are the Best Types of Waves to Learn To Surf on?

So you have got your new Disrupt surfboard and are ready to go out there and shred. But what are the best types of waves to learn to surf on? The best conditions for a beginner are beach breaks with slow, spilling or crumbling waves that are no higher than your waist. This will ensure that you are not putting yourself in danger as waves that crumble are forgiving and gentle and there are no sharp reefs or rocks underneath you.

Best Types Of Waves To Learn To Surf on  

Strong current levels or conditions where the waves are breaking top to bottom in with steep hollow peaks is not the best types of waves to learn to surf on for the beginners. In contrast to crumbling waves that gently, slowly break; steep, hollow waves will tend to be heavier and pack more of a punch if you get caught inside a perfect beginners wave. It's important to be patient when learning and being patient when waiting for the right day to go out for a surf. A poor surf will only making learning frustrating as its harder and can be more dangerous. You want to feel in control while also being able to take calculated risks.

Disruptsports.com also recommends taking lessons. This can help you learn quicker and skips the trial and error phase of where to enter the water, where to stand on the board and which waves to catch. An instructor also helps to iron out any continual errors which you may be making. All this ends up improving your surfing quicker and to a higher level. Remember to push yourself, challenge yourself and most importantly enjoy yourself. Practice, Practice and Practice will result in improvement and ultimate enjoyment.

Don't forget to also get all your accessories from disruptsports.com.

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