Surfing is a very popular sport in European countries. This extreme sport is not only a healthy exercise but also a new experience for those who want to experience adventurous feelings.
Surfing does not require to use any assistive equipment other than a surfboard. On a board about 2 meters long, the player stretches out to the sea and paddle with his own hands. Players arrive at the big wave to roll ashore and use specific skills to control the board.
As a technical sport, surfers are mostly professional athletes. However, if you want to try the feeling of walking on the waves, you can try this extreme sport.
Compared to surfing, surfing with paddles is somewhat simple and easier to play. A new player can fully control paddle surfboard after only a few hours of practice. Thanks to the paddles, participants can travel longer distances and play on many different water surfaces.
Surfboard with paddles is considered the origin of modern surfing, now comes back with a new look. Although quite similar to rowing boats, inflatable boats and kayaks, surfboards have lighter paddles and are more expensive.
In this kind of sport, players use boards with a sail attached to the force of the wind to surf. To be able to master the sail, the player to spend time practicing. Windsurfing players range from professional, semi-professional to amateur, depending on the wave and wind.
Skateboarding with towing canoes
Compared to other kinds of surfing, skateboarding is the easiest. However, to participate, players still need to take a basic course to balance the water. After tightening the life jacket, the legs are placed in a straight line on a longoard, clinging to the canoe zipper, controlling the board in a zigzag shape, leaving behind the giant waves.