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COACHING & PERFORMANCE

An overview of the evolution in surf coaching is presented. Miguel Moreira further dives into the optimal strategies for coaches to mentor their surfers and get the best performance, along with the scientific backgrounds behind it
Speaker: Miguel Moreira
Recorded at: WCSM19 Torquay, Victoria, Australia
Lenght of video: 16:35

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