December 12, 2018
Most kiteboarding schools start instruction on the beach and then move to deep water – a slow, and often dangerous way to learn. Not only are their obstacles to dodge, including rocks, people, and umbrellas, but there's a risk that you could fall or be dragged across hard surfaces. Trust us, that's not very fun. This environment puts yourself in danger, poses a risk to beach goers, and potentially puts the sport at risk in your community. Perhaps even worse than a bruise or scrape, your learning progression is much slower out of the water. This means that you'll spend much more time learning the basics than you will flying around the ocean on your own.
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