For the next three days we surfed, learned, taught and discussed the extremely intricate and physical aspects of technical surfing all day long and into the evenings. The waves weren't perfect but did allow us plenty of wave time. The group of folks was awesome, full of positivity and contributions to the course.
I entered the course without many expectations. I love to surf and I wanted to experience an L3 course just to know what it's all about. L3 is the logical next step after L2, so knowing what students may go through after L2 would help me better prepare them. I definitely have some material to work with and modifications to make the next time I deliver an L2 course, so mission accomplished. Personally, I have some things to work on when it comes to my personal surfing skills. I have a solid base and am working towards surfing at a higher level.
|Keith and I splitting the peak. Photo: TRY Standup|
|Photo: TRY Standup|
|Maggie, myself, Tim, Keith & Mitch. Photo: TRY Standup|
|taking our spots in the lineup. Photo: TRY Standup|
|Tim shredding the low volume JP. Photo: TRY Standup|
|photo: TRY Standup|