Bronte Macaulay shares her thoughts on the benefits of using video to develop a surfer's performance.
Many talented surfers I have trained, have rectified poor skills and turned them into masterpieces of performance, usually becoming their signature move.
There is no doubt that the fun of surfing is what attracts everyone initially, but also the challenges that the sport offers daily - whether 2 foot onshore surf or large powerful waves.
I love Australia – it’s truly is the best country in the world – and I am grateful and privileged to have been a part of teams representing this country.
My philosophy was to produce useful instructional products, and through them, effectively coach people I would never meet.
I love what I do and I am just as enthusiastic now in helping surfers improve their surfing as I was when I first started in 1986.
The perfect body position to assume when landing advanced manoeuvres is a chest over front knee body body position.
Surfers should try be trying to takeoff on the peak or behind-the-peak only, and say “no” to all other takeoff options. Becoming decisive in this critical area will enhance the confidence of a surfer and improve all other areas of performance in the process.