SUP racer, surfer, foilboarder and all around waterman.
I recently did an instructional video collaboration with Ridingbumps.com. In this video I show you all of the tools, techniques, and tips you are going to need to be able to progress from a beginner right through and intermediate/advanced SUP surfer. There is something here for just about everyone.
The entire video is organized into a progression of techniques and tips you can follow to become a better surfer. if you are asking yourself “what do I do next to progress” or “what should I work on today to get better” this video is for you. If you have hit a plateau with your surfing or don’t know where to go next, simply follow the progression in the video. Once you master each trick move on to the next.
In the video, I break down each trick down into it’s individual parts so you can see, hear, and understand what is going on. Each segment has all of the slow motion examples and discussion you will need to progress your surfing. I hope you like it.
About Chuck Glynn
“Chuck is one of the few professional SUP athletes who can do it all. Longboard, shortboard, big wave, hydrofoil, race.”
Growing up in Carlsbad, CA, Chuck’s career started early. After helping his high school surf team win the California State WSA championships he went on to surf competitively in both shortboard and longboard disciplines.
In 2008 Chuck was introduced to SUP as a rehabilitation tool after a knee surgery sidelined him from surfing competition. Chuck quickly gained recognition as a rising name on the local SUP scene. Kings Paddlesports first sponsored him in 2009. That sponsorship launched his career and encouraged him to push the boundaries of surf SUP while navigating big wave breaks such as Todo Santos and The North Shore of Hawaii.
As an accomplished surfer Chuck was introduced to SUP racing in 2010 after he was invited to a SUP relay race from Malibu to Oceanside. That race essentially marked his transition into the world of professional SUP surfing and racing. 2013 was a breakout year for Chuck when he won the 2013 Battle of the Paddle distance race and the 2013 Surftech Shootout overall title. These accomplishments ultimately led him to be nominated for the top male paddler award by SUP Magazine. In early 2014, Chuck was named to the United States ISA World Team.
Chuck Glynn currently lives and trains in San Diego, CA.