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.
Here is short preview of the course:
How Foils Work – 2 videos. In this first video I explain the 3 axis of foiling, and in the second video I give an overview of how to ride a foil.
Foot Placement – 4 videos. I show where to put the feet and why this is so important. I also explain how moving feet effects flight, and how moving the mast effects flight.
Hip Movement – 4 videos. I show and explain what moving the hips does, and how this effects altitude or board height above the water.
Roll Falls – 5 videos. Roll falls or jack knifing or taco-ing are often the scariest part of learning to foil. I explain how they happen, how to fall safely, and how to prevent.
Breaching – 5 videos. Flying or launching the foil out of the water. This was a big challenge for me to prevent. I show what causes breaching and explain how to prevent and keep the foil in the water and keep flying.
Kicking Out – 1 video. How to kick out or exit a wave safely on a hydrofoil, I show the different ways of exiting a wave and explain what is happening and what to be aware of.
Steep Take Offs – 2 videos. How to make it down the face of a steep wave, and also how to catch hard to catch waves by moving forward toward the nose of the board.
Turning – 12 videos. How to turn a foil, how foil turns differ from surfboards, and how to turn safely.
Any feedback or general comments on this course please leave below. Specific questions or comments regarding any of the above areas please post in the comments section of that page. Thank you and wishing you joyful foiling.