I’m stoked. These videos are designed to show you how to foil. To give you the information I wish I had when I was learning to foil. The videos show and explain each skill and maneuver needed to successfully foil. Shown in close up detail, I go frame by frame and explain what to do and why it works. This video course shortens the foil learning curve, making the learn to foil journey easier and more enjoyable. I will post the newest videos at the bottom of the page, or click here to see a chronological listing of these learn to foil videos.
Steep take offs can be scary and dangerous on a foil, and also super fun, exciting, and satisfying.
Getting hucked over the falls, face planting, and then getting run over by the foil is not fun.
In these videos I show how I make steep drops in overhead powerful waves, the technique works for me in any size waves. I also use this technique on downwinders and wing dinging. The second technique I show is how to catch waves that seem uncatchable or that barely break.
Video 1 = 8:12
Video 2 = 10:58
In this video I show various methods of turning out of, kicking out, or exiting a wave.
Video 1 = 6:07
Breaching, or flying the foil out of the water usually leads to a fall and or missing the wave.
In these videos I talk about the how and why of breaching and the technique I use to keep the wing down and in the water.
Video 1 = 1:06
Video 2 = 3:37
Video 3 = 7:01
Video 4 = 6:01
Video 5 = 7:37
The three times I hurt myself learning to foil were due to roll falls and my inability to fall safely. In these videos I explain what a roll fall is, how they happen, how to fall safely, and how to prevent.
Video 1 = 6:51
Video 2 = 3:17
Video 3 = 2:58
Video 4 = 7:57
Video 5 = 6:08
In these videos I explain hip movement and its effect on the foil and altitude, for me this is a crucial skill or movement required for foil surfing.
Video 1 = 5:02
Video 2 = 3:37
Video 3 = 3:13
Video 4 = 3:35