Surf Balance

With surf balance, you improve the ability to maintain your center of gravity over an unstable surface.

Strong Legs Strong Core SuperSet

Stronger Legs-Stronger Core-Stronger Surfing I’m all about supersets…   essentially combining exercises that focus on different muscle groups.  This is just really time effective and allows for a greater energy expenditure, so you’re not only getting a good workout and getting ripppppeeeddddd, but also building some endurance.   Saving time, getting in quality movement training, improving your […]
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Balance & Core Superset

2 Movements… You Should Do Them! Some essential basics for being able to surf are a functionally strong and pain free core, and the ability to balance on an unstable surface.  So train to get better at those physical requirements!! You may be asking “How!?!?!”   Well, you need a foam roller, or an indo board, and a […]
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How To Surf With Bad Knees

Those Creaky Cranky Clicking Knees Your knees can take a beating in the surf. Just the other day one of my first frontside turns made knee feel a bit “weird”… previous injury kind of letting me know it was still around. Your knees, when misbehaving can have a really negative impact on your surf. Think […]
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Are You Balanced?

Stand On One Leg And Hop Around – Single Leg Balance You surf, so you can obviously balance and maintain your equilibrium, but how efficient are you really?  Can you stand strong on a single leg?  How about producing force in a rotational movement while standing on one leg?  Can you produce strong hip contractions, […]
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BANG OUT SOME FRONT SQUATS

To Squat, or Not To Squat? FRONT SQUAT VARIATIONS Bottom line, as a surfer, you need to have some form of a squat in your workout regiment.  The squat movement is a necessary component of the movement dynamics of a surfer.  When you are in the act of surfing, your movements are a variance of dynamic […]
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