Surfing is a very popular sport in European countries. Let’s check out two most popular types of surfing in the article below!
Surfing is one of the forms of surfing that does not use any assistive equipment other than a surfboard. On the board about 2 meters long, the player stretches out to the sea and paddle with his own hands. Arriving at the big wave to roll ashore, the player stands up and uses the skills to control the board to surf on the wave.
Surfboard with paddles
Compared to surfing, surfing with paddles is somewhat simple and easier to play. A new player can master the paddle board after only a few hours of practice. Thanks to the paddles participants can travel longer distances and play on many different water surfaces such as the bay and the calm lake, even crossing the falls.
Surfboard with a paddle is considered as 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.
With this sport, players use boards with a sail attached to the force of the wind to surf the surface. To be able to master the sail, forcing the player to have time to practice. When you are not used to welcoming and catching up with the waves and the wind, falling into the sea, banging your head on the mast, the person is in pain because he has to suffer from the whip of the water.
When mastering the skills and incorporating the movements of the body, in order to sail on the waves, the player will be easily mesmerized when he wants to conquer this challenge to another challenge. Windsurfing players range from professional, semi-professional to amateur, depending on the waves and wind.