As someone who needs to travel to surf I have developed 5 rules of packing. Thanks to them I always take exactly what I need.
Which muscles are involved in surfing? Here is a visual guide showing the most important muscles used to catch waves.
Nothing will replace the real waves, but it is still possible to practice some aspects of surfing away from the ocean, such as paddling. I, for example, do that on my favorite lake near Cracow. Check it out!
Since my first surf trip in 2015 I’ve had a bunch of surfing lessons. Based on that I prepared a list of 5 rules that in my opinion make up a perfect surfing lesson.
Here are 4 exercises that will increase your confidence and control in the water after a break, coming to you straight from Sagres – Portugal’s best surfing spot (at least according to locals).
When the North Atlantic generates first autumn storms its European coast becomes a promise land for surfers. Locals celebrate. Land locked surfers starts to pack and hit West, toward the ocean.
Here’s the last part of the workout plan that will help you prepare your body for surfing. This time the emphasis is on the muscles that help paddle longer and catch more waves.
In the search for waves in Europe during summer I choose non-obvious therefore interesting directions. I’m skipping France, Spain and Portugal (best for beginners and intermediate surfers at this time of year according to some rankings) in favour of Great Britain and… Poland.
How to give your office “uniform” a more beach-like touch while maintaining elegance? My answer is: a good mix of old proven marine style classics.
Strong abs and spine as well as good torso stabilization are essential in surfing. They maintain a proper position while paddling. They also hold your body while maneuvering your board.