FS FINS OUT RE-ENTRY
THE Forehand fins out, or fins free re entry is an extension of the forehand re entry, sharing elements of the forehand lip line re entry.
THE FOREHAND FIND OUT RE-ENTRY CAN BE PERFORMED IN A Variety of conditions and is most often done in crumbling, onshore conditions, where the soft crumbling lip line provides a coping for releasing the tail of the board.
SHALLOW BOTTOM TURN.
LATERAL APPROACH TO THE LIP LINE
ON APPROACH TO THE LIP LINE, FIRST THE HEAD MUST TURN TO LOOK WHERE YOU WANT TO GO PRIOR TO IMPACT WITH LIP.
WITH THIS THE REAR ARM RAISES AND ROTATES AROUND TOWARDS INTENDED DIRECTION OF TRAVEL.
BACK FOOT TO ‘KICK’ the tail free from the wave and above the lip line.
As the surfer reconnect’s their fin with the wave, THE CHEST OVER KNEE POSITION IS KEY to ensure stability through the recovery and exit.