Rules to play Bodysurfing
Bodysurfing is the art and sport of riding a wave without the assistance of any buoyant device.
Bodysurfing is the art and sport of riding a wave without the assistance of any buoyant device such as a surfboard or bodyboard. Bodysurfers typically equip themselves only with a pair of specialized swimfins that optimize propulsion and help the bodysurfer catch, ride and kick out of waves.
2. Find a good spot for bodysurfing
Start by trying local beaches that dont get very crowded. This way, you wont knock over any unsuspecting beach goers.
3. Body surf near lifeguards
Body surf near lifeguards, especially when first learning. Whenever possible, try to go in with a friend.
4. Get out into the water
The best spot to catch a wave is right before it crests crashes.Youll want to start riding the wave after it crests. Make sure that the wave crests Behind you while youre facing the beach.
5. Get used to diving under or swimming over waves
Most of the waves youll encounter wont be ideal for bodysurfing. If you dont dodge the bad ones correctly, youll get rolled by waves faster than youd think. If you take a pounding from the waves , get into the Safe zone which is the area behind where the waves are breaking.
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