Windsurfing: What’s New?

The Wall St Journal has posted a special article on what’s new this year.

Here are a few highlights:Windsurfing is not an activity that you would do if you are a member of the media or a tourist.

It’s a sport, and it requires skill, discipline and lots of patience.

But it’s also a chance to meet and get to know some of the people who are doing it right now.

The first thing to know about windsurfing, which is done at a low speed, is that it’s not about speed, but about technique and concentration.

You can’t beat windsurfers for timing.

They’re also good at learning the way to control the wind, and at anticipating changes in wind direction and direction of the waves.

It is possible to do windsurfs that are at or above 15 mph (24 km/h), which is considered very challenging for the average person.

Windsurfing requires an extremely fast heart rate, and a high tolerance for exertion.

Wind is the best windsurfer’s wind, the article states, and the ability to keep control of the wave is important for all types of windsurfed, including surfing.

But you should be able to do this with the right training.

Wind surfing is often done by inexperienced surfers, or even by professional surfer.

You don’t need to be a professional surfier to learn how to surf.

The sport requires a lot of concentration, and you need to have a good understanding of how to manage your body, heart rate and breath control.

In general, it is not the kind of sport that most people enjoy.

You should have a great time, however, and try to enjoy the experience while you can.