This type of surfers helps SmoothStar make progress and take them to the next level. SmoothStar can help improve the right surfing technique and get more speed in and out of the turns. With good timing and exercise in the country, SmoothStar helps ascending surfers generate more pressure and speed along the wave wall.
Using SmoothStar, as a training device, you will strengthen the core muscles of surfing and improve bottom turns and top turns … not to mention the overall speed of the carving. [/ Vc_column_text] [/ vc_column] [/ vc_row]
What are the top 5 areas
- To perfect the Bottum Turn
- Carving a wave better
- Generate more speed on the shaft by compressing the lower body
- To connect the bottom turn to a cutback
- Strengthen the core muscles of surfing for extra stamina and powerful turns
How does SmoothStar improve your surfing technique? 2
One of the key factors that prevents rising surfers from improving their technique is the lack of compression in their legs. Good compression is the key to building speed in a wave. With speed you come along the way to more precise turns, cut backs and critical maneuvers. SmoothStar is an excellent surfing tool to improve your compression. We recommend surfing surfers on a flat surface on the road to get to know the feeling of compression of the legs, the body and the extension. Once you’ve gained the confidence to drive a SmoothStar on the road, you can then progress to steeper slopes, driveways and skate parks. [/ Vc_column_text] [/ vc_column]
How does the SmoothStar help your bottom turn?
A good bottom turn is the basis for the whole wave, generating enough speed and flow for a variety of maneuvers. If you use SmoothStar you are “surfing” in the country. You compress your legs just before you start the bottom turn and you get deeper into the ground while you store kinetic energy. If you drive your curves on the SmoothStar, you keep your body low and then when you come out of the turn, you stretch your legs. This will give you more momentum and speed for the next turn. [/ Vc_column_text] [/ vc_column]
Want to strengthen the core muscles of surfing?
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“Have you ever been tired surfing on a long pointbreak wave?”
If you carve on the SmoothStar, you will strengthen the core muscles of surfing in the lower back and in the back legs. Ask yourself … to improve your surfing muscles, would you prefer to work out in the gym or have fun and skate on a SmoothStar? When you drive on the SmoothStar, you actually strengthen the muscles that are important for surfing and have fun at the same time. You are constantly changing from one side to the other and so you gain muscle power in the following key core muscles of surfing:
- Glutes (just below your buttocks)
- Thigh muscles (on the back of your legs, over your knee joint)
- Middle gluteus muscle (lower back muscles)
SmoothStar will help ascending surfers practice curbing on the land. Surf skating for extended periods of time will build the core muscles of lower back surfing and back legs – this will help you to power up and surf longer. [/ Vc_column_text] [/ vc_column] [/ vc_row]
Important tip: Ask a surf coach
To improve your bottom turn, top turn, and overall compromise, ask a qualified surfing instructor to look at you. Ask someone to help you with the timing of compromising and stretching your legs. A surf coach can check your posture and the use of your arms. Perfect this on land with SmoothStar and then take the right technique into the water the next time you go surfing.
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