If you are planning on trying flowboarding for your first time, this is a way you can practice on dry land.  These have many names, like Goof, Balance, and Indo Boards.
Tried the flow rider on a cruise a couple years ago. All I can say is the good ones make it look easy and the bad ones make it look difficult. Maybe with a little bit of dry land practice I can make it look easy the next time around! Thanks.
It just takes a lot of practice. I was terrible on the first day on the ship, but I kept going back every day, and by the end, I could stay up for about one minute. Through an amazing stroke of luck, when I got back home, I found out that there was one 10 minutes from my house. With lots more practice, I can care it up pretty good now. There are some other helpful videos at FlowriderSchool.com

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