You are starting to leave the foam, to know how to follow the wave and to succeed in making small curves on it? First of all: bravo! It's time to move on to an intermediate board! You can leave the foam boards and move to resin boards, also called "hard" boards. The board can be smaller than the beginner board you had, with a lower bedding. You don't particularly need to select a very long board, but it should be wide enough to allow you to keep some balance. It is important to know that the longer your board is, the less easily you will turn, and the thicker and wider it is, the more balance you will have. Do you feel that your level is increasing? We invite you to read our article about the choice of a board when you have an experienced level!
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