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14:54 18th July 2012 by Amy Carter
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Graham Ezzy thinks you should be a better windsurfer. 

Why?

Because you can!

Graham Ezzy

Graham Ezzy in action on the AWT

With a mind full of new techniques to try and a body ready to fall a few times, you can improve tremendously in just hours.

When I went to college, I only had a few weeks a year to windsurf, but I was also trying to remain competitive on the world tour. I was forced to analyze my training and come up with a very focused analysis of windsurfing moves.

I’ve got all this windsurfing knowledge bottled up inside me on how to do moves. And the little secrets that allow you to plane out rather than sink.

I want to teach these secrets in my Baja camp this October. But I can’t wait till then; I need to share windsurfing secrets NOW. I feel antsy. Like when you know the answer to a question just asked to a crowd and you want to shout out the answer.

So, I will teach you something now. Send me a request and I’ll make an instructional video of the top requests and supplement it with written techniques and tricks. Why should you wait till October to be a better windsurfer? Start now.

Send an email BEFORE Friday the 20th to grahamezzy@gmail.com with your request. The request can be anything in windsurfing from tacking to push loops to carrying gear on the beach.

Here are some samples: tacks, pushloops, backloops, cutbacks, shove-its, flakas, tabletops, etc

(I don’t want to do general instruction on forward loops because the windsurfing world is so full of forward looping instruction. However, if you have a specific question on forward loops, feel free to ask it.)

  1. dan

    I’d love to have info / a decent article on how to tack a sub 85 litre board super quickly (for staying upwind while wave sailing). I’d also really appreciate advice on how to push loop especially where to look while initiating. The push loop is something that I simply can not get my head around. Thanks,

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