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Surf Simulator: what is it and how to practice it?

Do you already know Two Dogs Surf Simulator? You want purchase one, but still not sure about the benefits and how to use it? Two Dogs explains everything about this “skateboard/surfboard” below.

since your creation in 1996, by Greg Falk and Neil Carver in California, it was developed for skateboarders, but soon began to attract the attention of surfers. All because the Simulator allows the training of surfing maneuvers outside the sea, helping surfers to develop their skills faster.

THE difference of a Surf Simulator and an ordinary Skateboard is in the more stable and safer axle system, and also in the rotating front truck. This makes maneuvering easier and offers more precise turns.

The proposal here is to have an experience different from the common skate, betting on maneuvers that abuse closed curves, and training surfing outside the sea.


If you want to practice the Surf Simulator, you need to pay attention to some tips:

  1. O foot positioning makes all the difference, since in the Surf Simulator you need more balance. Your base foot should be centered and straight for the exit.
  2. After the start/paddle, adjust your foot diagonally from the front. This way you will be able to direct the Simulator more easily, giving more weight to one side.
  3. bend your knees. This to gain projection, speed and balance.
  4. use your arms pointing in your direction. You will gain balance and greater mobility. Use this in conjunction with the torso and legs. Thus, moving your arms, it is easier to direct yourself.

Another tip is to tighten or loosen the truck bolt [see tutorial on here]. That way, you can amplify your movement.

The cool thing is to train and develop maneuvers of surfing on this differentiated skateboard. For example: cutback, strike, dig and layback are some of the cool moves to do.

Did you feel like taking waves on the asphalt? Check out our Surf Simulators at the store Two Dogs.

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