After a brilliant coaching clinic and competition at Shoreham last Friday, Ant Baker is doing it again this weekend…
This coming Saturday 16th June, I will be holding a Wave Clinic/Comp at Shoreham beach, this will be 3 hours of wave coaching followed by a wave comp where we will get to feel what its like to compete, during this comp i will be coaching so we all get the lift that’s needed.
This is the second clinic of this type, as last week I ran one as well which had 10 people and was a huge success even though it was very, very windy, I have made some slight tweaks so this tim eit will be even better!
Mainly for competition we will work on the big high scoring tricks, so that when the red mist comes down your ready!
This clinic is for all levels of wave sailors so don’t be afraid and come and join in!
The day starts at 11am with 2 hours of coaching, so please be there by 10:00am to get ready.
I have limited spaces so be quick and book your space, also remember I take hundreds of pics that are yours to take away.
For the entry cost I also add a free, 2 hour 1-2-1 session which can be redeemed after the clinic.
Meet at my beach hut, number 16…
- When: 16th – 16th June 2012
- Where: Shoreham Beach
- Minimum ability: entry level waves
- Availability: 4 places left
- Costs: £70
- More Information and Bookings: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
All the information at the Baker Academy website http://www.baker-academy.com/clinics/uk-clinics/#impromptu-wave-cliniccomp
We also find out more from Andy Heath who took part in Ant’s clinic last friday:
“I was not sure what to expect for the session, it was honking! Ant got us all set up and out on the water quickly working on sailing in the competition area and making the most of the conditions. Even though it was insanely windy Ant got us riding, jumping and throwing some shapes. It was really useful to get his guidance – it would have been too easy to just sail up and down for 3 hrs. It helped when we ran the comp – and I won ;-). Can’t wait for the next one – highly recommended – great fun, got some great photos and learned a load!”
Find out more about Ant and follow his technique series on Boards here.