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How To: Stand up paddle with Surf Tech

Get the lowdown on the newest rage, stand-up paddle boarding or paddle surfing. This is the ultimate workout and great way to catch a wave in a whole new way. Watch out for the view though. You can see everything under the water's surface, including sharks!!!

How To: Surf a backside tail slide and recover for shortboards

Dane Reynolds explains how to throw your tail, slide, and recover on your backhand. Thrash it out with style. You need a steep wave that's not too powerful to throw you off. Stomp on your back foot to project into the lip. Then put your pressure on the front foot to throw out your back foot. The sweet spot is between the barrel and the soft shoulder. Check out this how-to surfing video for the right, steep wave for these surfing moves.

How To: Start to wind surf

Starboard made this video in order to make an intro to windsurf. It's a windsurf academy video that goes over the start to windsurfing. It covers basic techniques like equipment setup, tacking, gybing and getting up.

How To: Surf a Front Side Air Reverse

Punt air-reverses like Taj Burrow. This is a super move where you sail above the lip and take off. SurflineTV's got a great set of tips. You can pull on small to head high waves to throw this trick. Make sure you keep the board on your feet. Throw your shoulder into the turn. Grab and spin with a goal to land tail to the beach.

How To: Perform a stingray shuffle when surfing

Surfing: Hang Ten The ocean is a force of nature that refuses any effort to tame it. To throw one's self on the mercy of this beast is a courageous act. With the help of this trick guide, you can learn to harness that power and push your water-borne adventures to new heights. See how to perform a stingray shuffle when surfing.

How To: Change positions on a surfboard

Changing positions on a surfboard is one of the hardest things to learn how to do. Get expert advice on surfing techniques in this video lesson. Take action: use proper foot position, shuffle feet to make minor adjustments, and remember that sweet spots are different for every individual. Mike Jones, the instructor of this how-to video, has been surfing since he was only six years old. He was lucky enough to surf the pro tour for a few years before starting his own surf shop and clothing bran...

How To: Begin surfing

Surfing is a great aerobic hobby to take up. Get expert advice on surfing apparel and gear in this video tutorial. Take action: use proper equipment, find a location, always bring a partner, and consult local surf shops. Mike Jones, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, has been surfing since he was only six years old. He was lucky enough to surf the pro tour for a few years before starting his own surf shop and clothing brand, As-hi-as-I-aM International. The brand now has sh...

How To: Learn to surf

Want to pick up surfing? Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to surf. This tutorial covers the fundamentals of surfing, including what wetsuit to pick out and how to get on the board.

How To: Get up on a surfboard

Getting up on a surfboard takes great skill and balance. Get expert advice on surfing techniques in this video tutorial. Take action: find your individual sweet spot, do a one motion pop up, and put feet on board correctly. Mike Jones, the instructor in this how-to video, has been surfing since he was only six years old. He was lucky enough to surf the pro tour for a few years before starting his own surf shop and clothing brand, As-hi-as-I-aM International. The brand now has shops in Tahiti,...

How To: Go vertical on a surfboard

In this video, surf pro Joel Parkinson gives you his best tricks for getting vertical on your surfboard. Getting vertical basically entails moving your body completely to its side so you are standing on top of the wave. Joel offers some awesome tips and tricks for practicing your vertical turns.

How To: Paddle a surfboard

Richard Schmidt teaches you the proper technique for paddling on a surfboard. Learn the proper body placement and orientation for your surfboard when paddling out into the surf.

How To: Donate to Charity by Just Surfing the Web as Usual with Tab for a Cause

When we surf the web, we tend to do it for selfish reasons. Whether it's on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, or Wikipedia—we're trying to connect with people, voice our opinions, watch funny videos, or do research for that 12-page paper due tomorrow. Whatever it is, it's usually to benefit ourselves. Well, what if you could not only benefit yourself while surfing the web, but benefit others in need, without even having to alter your habits?

How To: Play "Wipe Out" by the Surfaris on the ukulele

Want to play "Wipe Out" on the ukulele? Learn how with this free video ukulele lesson from Ukulele Mike. Whether you play the ukulele or bass kazoo, there is no better way to improve your chops than by learning to play your favorite songs. Not only is it more fun and much easier than running drills or memorizing a chord book by wrote, it's obviously also a wonderful way to build your repertory of songs. For more information, and to get started playing this great surf standard, watch this vide...

How To: Surf the web anonymously using TOR and Privoxy

Want to protect your privacy when surfing the Internet? Thwart would-be snoopers with this free video guide from CNET TV, which presents an overview of a number of services and good practices one can observe to project one's privacy when using the web. For specifics, and to get started surfing the Internet anonymously yourself, watch this free video guide.

How To: Play "Surf" on the ukulele

The beginning of the video lays out a couple quick lessons on hand and finger placement for playing string notes on the ukulele. The first hand placement and is for string C: using your ring finger place it on the bottom string. The right hand will strum the strings in a down, down, up, up, down motion through the rest of the lesson for each cord. Use the middle finger to hold down the next cord A minor on 2nd fret. Strum. Next keeping your finger on first string place your index finger on th...

How To: Surf in Firefox using mouse gestures

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to surf the web with mouse gestures. Users will need to use the Firefox Mozilla browser. Begin by going to the Firefox Mozilla add-on site and search for "fire gestures". Click on Add to Firefox to install the add-on. Once installed, users are able to use their mouse for certain signs or gestures such as: go back, forward, reload or open new tabs/windows. Users are able to customize the mouse settings in the add-on options. This video will benefit tho...

How To: Surf the web secretly

Kipkay details how to surf the web secretly and leave no trace behind on your computer. Many websites collect personal data without you knowing it and you should surf anonymously.

How To: Surf with Rachelle Leah

Ostenavondo hosts a video of Rachelle Leah that teaches you how to surf. You start with the surf board on the beach to get a feeling of balance and the different positions you will be in once you are in the water. You lie face down on the board and then go to the knees and then into a crouching position with your legs apart for balance. You will want to stand after that but you have to keep your legs apart. All these motions should be in your rhythm; you do not have to hurry as this might cau...

How To: Body surf

Jump into the action this summer by learning how to body surf. WARNING: Never swim alone in the ocean. Beware of coral, jellyfish, and unexpected sandbars.

How To: Surf privately with the Safari web browser in Mac OS X

Apple's web browser, Safari, stores information like web history, Google's search history and cookies from websites. There may be certain instances where you want to keep this information private–for example, if you're on a public computer or have borrowed a computer from a friend, you may want to keep that information to yourself. For a step-by-step guide to using the private browsing feature in Safari, watch this OS X video tutorial.

How To: Draw a surfboard with cool designs

Michael Weisner, professional illustrator and animator, guides you step by step through designing a surfboard. Michael shows us in just a few steps how to draw the basic shape of a surfboard, and then how to add a radical surf-themed design to our creation. Using his example in this video, even the least artistic of us can get a feel for how to design the art for a surfboard. His example includes a moon, a Tiki man and flames. Gnarly!

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