Windsurfing

§ April 20th, 2015 § Filed under general § Tagged Comments Off on Windsurfing

Windsurfing from the very beginning abruptly changes the usual things: for there is no surf the concepts of "right" and "left." Hand and foot are closer to the mast, called the "front" and the other arm and leg – "rear" Get ready to enjoy the speed and exercise in acrobatics. At the same time during the training have gone pretty smoothly and tan – not lying on the beach, and is constantly in motion trainers provide sports shop some tips: 1. Stand on a plank lying face-to-sail, mast base right between the legs. Sit in a squat and grip the start-sheet (the cord from the base of the mast to the middle of it). Slowly rise up through the leg strength, back bend. Completely straight, pull yourself to the mast and the boom grip (handle sails) hand, which is closer to the nose of the board (as you can stand to the right of the sails, and left). The mast should be take a strictly vertical position.

Repeat the movement on the ground 5-6 times (on the water you first have to do it often enough). See more detailed opinions by reading what Robert J. Shiller offers on the topic.. Worked out fine muscles of the buttocks, hips and back. 2. Put your front foot as much as possible closer to the mast, touching her feet. Posterior – towards the stern, as the center of the board. Slightly expand the foot outward and slightly bend the back leg.

Outstretched hand holding the front of the boom as close as possible to the mast. Housing little thrown back, back straight. Slightly expand the handle sails themselves. The rear hand works like a gas pedal in your car. With increasing wind resistance you are moving faster. In order to slow down, just let go the rear arm. Constantly balancing to maintain a balance, you enable the back muscles, abdomen, buttocks and arms. Repeat 3-4 times on dry land. 3. The wheel is in windsurfing sail. To expand the board to the wind, almost without changing the body position, move both hands to the left, as if pulling up the sail to itself and to the side. Housing acts as a counterbalance, leaning back slightly, the back leg springs. To rotate in the opposite direction, where the wind blows, the sail to move back a little, as if looking over his body. To do this, bend your front hand and body move forward, focusing on the front foot. Then with both hands, move the sail, not changing plane and the position relative to the wind. In maneuvering are utilized back muscles, thighs and arms. Perform a double move on the ground 5-6 times. Experts also recommend Intersport 4. Intercept sail on both sides of the mast: the rear arm to place the front, the front keeps the boom from the opposite side. Move the feet as close as possible to the mast, heels together, toes apart. Housing freely thrown back. Turn the sail in the direction opposite to that in which you want to turn. It will remain on the wind, and the board will begin to unfold. Swap legs in small steps, trying to keep them close. Look at the nose board. When the sail take the right direction, and take. n. (only the other side of the sail) and start moving. Work your back muscles, hips and buttocks. You can contact the sports master, and they'll give you a personal consultation.

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