It is one of the sport’s most forgotten disciplines. The stand-up bodyboarding movement had its heyday between the late 1980s and early 1990s, but it continues to be an exquisite art.
It takes practice to become a stand-up bodyboarder. But if you’re an accomplished surfer or a drop-knee enthusiast, it will be easier to stand up on the boogie board while trimming the wave at full speed.
The first thing you need to take into consideration is the board you’re riding. If you’re trying stand-up bodyboarding for the first time, grab a larger board than your regular option.