- Jul 14, 2017 -
To tie the ankle to your back, remember to keep line behind your legs so you don't stumble over your legs when you stand on the board.
You need to lie on the board, parallel to the water, and keep the plate head up a little.
In the case of balance, the continuous stroke,
The two arms are alternately crossed, and as far as possible the hand stretched forward, has gained more strength.
Before you stand up, put your hands evenly on the plate along with the shoulders.
Some people are used to grasping board, some people flat on the board, I am accustomed to flat on the board.
Prop up your shoulders, just like you're doing a push.