What does surfing in the pocket mean?

Where is the pocket of a wave?

The pocket is where the wave has the most power and thrust. Whitewater is the foamy part of a wave that has already broken. The trough is the lowest part between two successive waves. The tube is the hollow part of a breaking wave.

How can I practice Wakesurfing at home?

Stand on the floor or a balance board with your feet shoulder-width apart and your knees slightly bent. Jump straight up and try to bring your knees as far up as possible before landing back on the floor or board with your knees bent. Try to do as many jumps while landing softly as you can within a minute.

What words do surfers say?

These ten words will make you an expert surfer in any surf chat:

  • Awesome: exaggerate whenever you can – the wave was awesome, the ride was awesome, the surfboard is awesome, and you look awesome;
  • Cool: surfers are usually cool, so be cool and spread coolness – that’s cool, it sounds cool, and it looks pretty cool;

What do surfers call each other?

Dude/Dudette

A fellow surfer; friend; companion. If you’ve caught a wave with a board, standing, kneeling or body then you’re one.

What does ripping mean in surfing?

ripping (v) – surfing very well. wipeout (n) – the act of falling off one’s surfboard. eat it (v) – to fall off one’s surfboard. hang ten (v) – to hang all of one’s toes off the front of a surfboard while longboarding.

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What does Kook mean in surfing?

Kook, noun. Pronunciation: kük : An individual with no understanding of the social and sartorial norms of surfing. In the water, a kook’s cluelessness can aggravate or endanger other surfers; on occasion, kooks can even be recognized solely by the faux pas they commit out of the ocean.

Why do surfers say gnarly?

Gnarly means “treacherous.” An acceptable synonym is “hairy.” Surf punks use gnarly to refer to any wave over two feet or any woman of prodigious size.