What about this..
... hogan camp sounds cool... maybe if I were a younger man.. honestly just surfing consistently good waves you'll progress quickly.. Living overseas with no natural surfing talent but many years of experience.. I got to where I could more consistently throw air and even land a few just by repetitive practice on good waves that do the exact same thing every time and supply all the juice you need. Since moving back to the east coast this summer... I haven't even tried a single one... ugh! So much harder when you actually have to work for it
[QUOTE=surftb15;134552]Where can I pick up a performance surf camp working on stuff like air reverse, etc? I don't compete anymore (used to) and need some recommendations. I have been working on air reverse but haven't been able to have it click yet.[/QUOTE
maybe they can help:
Speaking of which, do you need a specific board for tow in? or can you add straps to any board?