Surf Mastery with Clayton Nienaber

Listen to Ep 25 of Surf Mastery with Clayton Nienaber Who is Clayton Nienaber…? Listen here at ASP Surf. Clayton is an ex-South African pro, plus surfboard shaper, plus coach, plus the owner of a golden set of pipes that make tuning in to this podcast a sheer delight. Clayton makes his points via calm, precise explanations

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Introducing Spine-Tek

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1540175100659{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”] Clayton Surfboards would like to introduce the future of Surfboard Design Clayton’s Epoxy Surfboards now feature the signature Shapers SPINE-TEK® Technology which is a globally patented technology  and is exclusively licensed to Channel Island Surfboards and Clayton Surfboards.   Shapers SPINE-TEK® is a precision moulded fibre-reinforced spine that has been specifically designed & engineered to deliver

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High Line Wrap Surfing

Understanding Your Rail Game

Deconstructing The Purpose Of Surfboard Rails Surfing requires us to have a good rail game, but has anyone ever told you what that actually is? Whenever your board is flat the bottom rocker will push water and friction will slow you down. If your weight is on top of the board then this will further

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Striking For Speed

Ultimately when your surfing nearly every turn you do should create speed (not lose speed) it is the reason why we do turns. If you are looking down the line, it means you’re not turning and not creating speed. The reason why we do a top turn is to utilise gravity to be able to

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Power Zones: The Biggest Secret in Surfing

The Biggest Secret in Surfing is the Power Zones The most visible power or energy zone on a wave comes from generating speed off the top of a wave, or as gravity pulls you down the face. From Snapper to J-bay you can watch surfers throwing their weight off the top and tapping into the energy of the pitching

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Get Fuller and More Complete Turns Done of Every Wave

The Strike Range Many surfers look too far down the line and try to attack sections that are three, four, five metres ahead of them. Directly in front of them, one metre away, there is a lip that is an easy target. Don’t Look Too Far Down The Line!! The target that is five metres away

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