Shortboard swimming - These kinds of surfboard allows for better wave control and uses a great deal of speed as oppose to the longboard. People are capable of movement that sees the surfer turning and cutting back more rapidly so that they can stay in front of the wave. Having a shortboard puts the surfer in the position of catching the wave when it is closer to breaking.
Funboard Surfboards - The type of surfboard that falls in the exact middle of the longboard and the shortboard. It has a few of the traits of the long board, because it is wider and longer when compared to a conventionally styled short board, but the features it have for the short board is that it's lighter and lends to a better maneuvering. The fun board, like the long board had its place, but is just as popular while the traditional surfing design.
Longboard Surfboards - this kind of surfboard is the oldest kind, as it was the first type of surfboard that individuals rode the waves on. The 1960's had different shapes of skateboarding that were utilized for different purposes. The looks of the boards was wider plus they felt weightier than those used today. If for whatever reason your decision is always to ride the waves on a longboard, then you need to choose a board that is suitable for your bodyweight and speed maneuver. Once you used a thinner, lighter and narrower board you then have the ability to stay with faster breaking waves, though you may not manage to catch waves so easily. The long boards are much simpler for learning.