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Tacking is more difficult than jibing, and the fast tack on small boards is really a tough maneuver to learn, because it requires perfect timing and movements; it almost doesn't forgive anything, since you have to slip into the wind, and to overcome a phase in which the sail has no lift, and you have nothing to hold onto. In this article, I will try to share my experience so far, in this regard.

For many riders, a normal forward or back loop is, already, a desired goal. Other windsurfers have more ambition, and then to observe young champion Loick Lesauvage's technique for push loop can offer many insights.

Planing is usually a point of no return in windsurfing... If you have had the patience to overcome the first difficulties and learn the basic maneuvers, the thrill of planing will make you definitely addicted to this sport. So, let us understand how to achieve and maintain this magic mood.

Watching champions or talented windsurfers can be very useful. Analyzing their movements, you can "steal" some secret, and some trick, to perform at best some maneuvers (although achieving their level is almost impossible, for most of us). So, let's study together, the fast tack and the power jibe performed by the young French talent Loick Lesauvage - F780.

Waveriding is the windsurfing discipline that attracts me most. Playing with waves power is a magical feeling. In this article, I will gather some basic concepts for those who, like me, want to begin this way of windsurfing.

Today, waveriding is no longer just Bottom turns and Cut backs, up and down the waves. By now, even among the waves, we see rather complicated maneuvers and movements, partly borrowed from freestyle, and waveriding is becoming a much more varied discipline. It is useful, then, to make some order among the main maneuvers.

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