Innovative Surf Coaching
Are you a competitive Surfer? Do you want to excel at surf contests? Are you looking for inspiring and innovative ideas to up your surfing game?
If you answered yes to these questions – then surf coaching at our competitive surf camp is what you are looking for – At Surf Morocco we will make you a better surfer.
Competitive Surf Camps
Get the competitive edge on a surf camp that takes you to the heart of the sport. Learn from Tour Pros who will share their experience and insights as guest instructors.
- Aerobic and Anaerobic fitness
- Strength, agility, and flexibility training
- the competitive mind and mental training
- surf with confidence and power
Competitive Surf Camps are staffed with professional surf coaches, professional guest surfers, exercise physiologists (coaches/trainers), yoga instructors, chefs, photographers, and personal security specialists. They consist of a fanciful mix of group seminars, individual consultations, training sessions, private workouts, and private surf coaching.
Gear up and fine-tune your surfing shape at a Surf Morocco.Fun competitive surf camp. Here, you will get the inside track on improving your ranking or ramp up your surfing ability to a competitive level. Learn from some of the best surfers on the planet and get inspired by innovative physical workouts, become an overall better surfer through inspiring feedback from outstanding coaches and support personal.
Typical Day flows in this fashion:
- Sun rise Yoga
- Mobility workout
- Gear up and head to the beach
- Surf coaching
- Lunch at the beach
- Surf coaching & Free surf
- Physical training session & Sunset yoga
- Video analysis & seminar
Bring your own Boards: you should bring whatever boards work best for you on long points. Rounded tails for the bigger days and a fishy twin for the smaller ones. It can get windy so, you might want to bring a board with a little more volume.
Morocco – The din of bustling markets with heightened intertwined aromas of Arabia, France, Spain, and Africa – Morocco springs to life right before your eyes. With it’s dizzying diversity, of epic mountain ranges, ancient cities, sweeping deserts, crashing Atlantic Surf – and a delightfully warm hospitality. Virtually in Europe but at the same time exotically afar.
Surf Camp Minutiae
Surf Camp Accommodation
A Riad is a traditional Moroccan house, often with two or more stories around an Andalusian-style courtyard centered around a fountain. Moroccan houses were inward focused, which allowed for family privacy. This inward focus was expressed with a centrally placed interior garden or courtyard, and the lack of large windows on the exterior walls of rammed earth or mud brick. This design principle also found support in the social mores of Islamic society, which placed great value on privacy and encouraged a separation between private family spaces semi-public spaces where outside guests were received. The central gardens of traditional riads were often planted with fruit trees such as orange trees or lemon trees.
The term comes from the Arab word ‘ryad’ (meaning ‘garden’) but is applied to townhouses built around an inner courtyard or garden. True riads will have lush plants in four planting beds and a central fountain, but many variations exist. Some even have a swimming pool. The windows of each room face into the courtyard in line with the Islamic idea of privacy and inward reflection. What is more, this clever design helps to keep the air cool and comfortable, particularly during hot Moroccan summers.
The Food – Oh the Food
The Food – Our chefs are some of the best in Morocco and serve up delicious meals to keep you fueled up so that you get the most out of your surfing.
Moroccan cuisine is a potent blend of Arab, Berber, Moorish, French, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean African, Iberian, and Jewish influences. Entrées frequently feature dried and fresh fruits – apricots, dates, figs, and raisins, to name a few. Nuts are popular too with pine nuts, almonds, and pistachios showing up in all sorts of dishes. Morocco has imported spices for thousands of years, cinnamon, cumin, turmeric, ginger, pepper, paprika, saffron, aniseed, sesame seed and coriander are staples in Moroccan cuisine along with prominent herbs like coriander leaf, parsley, and mint. When thinking of Moroccan fare, delicious aromatic entrées come to mind, like the savory lamb and apricot or beef with prunes and almonds tajines. Traditional Moroccan tajines are cooked using a method unique to North Africa.