A backside tuberiding stance in which the rider crouches, drops the rear knee, brings the trailing arm forward, and grabs onto the board's shoreward-facing rail, adjacent to the front foot. The pigdog is an updated variation on the rail-grab stance made popular by California surfer John Peck in the early '60s. Hawaiian surfer Dane Kealoha is often given credit for inventing the pigdog technique, i...

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