How to Duck Dive a Longboard pt. II

After a couple of requests I’ve done a second video illustrating the process.
The board chosen is a 9’0 Firewire TJ Pro and is relatively low on volume (75litres) but my limit is a 9’6 NSP (82litres).

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Nosaracasalaplaya says:

You learn something new everyday thanks see you in the lineup

kineticsurf says:

Have tried to explain this many times to folks and they can’t understand so now I point them to your vid and move on. You might have improved my quality of life.

中村健二 says:

It’s imagined every day!!

michaelroger1 says:

Great Job with this Tommy! I’ve been preaching your technique for 2 years and it works, but it does take practice and patience. Terrific video and slo-mo…

Apple Green Tech says:

Loved this video! This is how I duck dive a shortboard so I’m going to try this for sure.

Harrison Abry says:

Love this. Super informative and helpful!

Mark Smith says:

Yup that’s how. I seen this in a book 10 years ago when i started surfing. Cool to see it on YouTube

N L says:

Hey Tommy, nice tutorial, but I have a question. In Part 1 you say that you should angle the board to the right as you push your left shoulder down first, but in the Part 2 you actually angle the board to the left. So, what is your take on that? Theoretically to me it makes more sense to angle it to the right, but I’d love to hear about it from you.

Sean Haughey says:

i have a 6ft softtop and i think im 120lb but i cant do this. i think the volume of the board is 65l can you give any tips

grahamjarman says:

This the shiz

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