Hitting a kicker for the first time can be really intimidating. Nowadays most cable parks have a smaller kicker that is beginner friendly so it is the perfect place to start. Here is our guide to your first kicker.
You’re riding under the cable well and super stoked about it. You are about to approach your first turn… so now what?
After the lovely Kari Schibevaag showed us some of the basic surfboard transitions we are very pleased to introduce the very stylish Air Gybe from Christian Harris & Karine Nativel from CK Performance clinics.
Time to get you off the dock and into the water. KiteSista and Paula Rosales present video tutorials to help you build your confidence and love for the cable.
You’re benched! One bad crash and you’re out of the game. Bruised, broken, and banned from the water for weeks. What’s a girl gotta do to stay sane?!
To feel comfortable strapless and surf waves you must learn to strapless jibe. Here are 4 tutorials from the basic to the advanced and a bit of fun too.
Want to learn how Paula Novotna does a proper back to blind with style? She shares her secrets with you to help you improve.
If you think you are ready to try your first kiteloop then you should definitely listen to Liloo’s advice to be sure to master the move without hurting yourself.
Want to ride at the cable park? Never done it before or never quite got the hang of it? How about a free coaching session from the Best rider Paula Rosales at the BZH Wake Park.
If you have already got your Back Roll under control then the Indy Grab is a good next step to add. It will make your Back Roll look more stylish and advanced.
Crashing in waves is part of the progression process. Don’t let it hold you back from trying new things but here is some advice on being ready from Jalou Langeree.
Karolina Winkowska is back and tell you all about the Frontmobe to be sure you will succed when it is your turn to try.