How do some surfers make it around sections, generate a sudden burst of speed, or seem to float across the lip of a wave? It comes down to how a surfer moves in order to drive their board forwards. It’s all too easy to stand flat on the board, making you heavy and stagnant in the water. For a surfer to be able to create those burst of energy moments, to move from A to B with speed, and create a lightness to float across the water, they must understand how to engage the body in the most efficient way. This understanding of the body and the way a surfer needs to move can be felt and trained on land with nothing more than a piece of cardboard.