Boardseeker: You’ve got a real powerful, fluid and radical style in the waves, what would be your top tips to someone who can already wave sail but wants to step it up to the next level ready for competition on their national scene?
Brawzinho: What I can say is that people should get someone to film them. That’s what has helped me the most to improve on the last few years. Sometimes what we think is happening is not exactly right and filming is a great way to see details and polish your style. Sometimes a couple of small adjustments make all the difference. You can see everything and from there find out your weak points.
It’s hard to give tips because each person has a different style and probably have something else to improve on, but some general things for contest would be to: pick the set waves, make sure you are able to move and be upwind, try not to repeat the same move too much, go fast and the most important its to remember it should be fun and not stressful.