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How to Read the Break

Your 8-point check list to having the most productive surf session possible

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How to Read the Break

1 Workshop

Low wave count? 

Here's why experienced surfers are catching more waves than you...


While you think that crusty old guy is just taking his sweet time to sip his coffee, he's actually reading the break so he can create a game plan for his surf session.


Spending 10-15 minutes reading the break before you paddle out will allow you to observe the ocean and the lineup and plan for a productive surf session... aka More Waves, More Fun!


But what do you look for in those 10-15 minutes?


Learn how to read the break where you'll learn about ocean knowledge, your 8-point checklist for having the most productive surf session, and how to triangulate your lineup to keep your position and catch more waves.

Your Surf Guide

Kim 'Danger Woman' Hamrock

World Champion Surfer & Sub-Rosa Surf Visualization Coach

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