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5 Surfer Exercises to Use for Cross Training

5 Surfer Exercises to Use for Cross Training

Have you always wanted to give surfing a shot? Or maybe you already know the basics, but want to up your game. It's no secret that surfing takes a lot of practice and skill. One small slip and you'll find yourself tumbling under a wave. Whether you're a newbie or a seasoned vet, there's always room to improve. One of...

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10 Reasons Kids Should Surf

Reasons Kids Should Surf

Through surfing, there are many valuable lessons children can learn. Surfing can teach us all a great deal about nature, physical fitness, and overcoming challenges. Therefore, we believe that children have much to gain by spending some time on top of a surfboard. 

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5 Surfer Exercises to Get You Ready for Your Retreat

5 Surfer Exercises for Surf Training

 If you're tired of standing on the shore watching surfers do their thing, it's time to get out on the water yourself. Luckily, San Diego is one of the best places to learn how to surf, but you need to be in good physical condition to get the most out of your retreat. Start putting a focus on surfer exercises...

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5 Reasons to Try Surf Camps in San Diego This Summer

Reasons to Try Surfing Camps in San Diego this Summer

Summer is a great time to enroll your child in all sorts of camps to keep them active, social, and learning throughout the warm summer months. So give them something to talk about when they get back to school in the Fall. Everyone should learn how to surf at least once, and why not start at a young age? Surfing...

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How to Embrace the Surfer Lifestyle

Surf Lifestyle

When you picture a surfer, do images of Fast Times at Ridgemont High's Jeff Spicoli or Patrick Swayze's portrayal of Bodhi in the original Point Break come to mind? There is certainly a stereotype historically associated with surfers, often the bleach-blonde California space cadet that would rather spend the day taking bong hits and riding waves rather than doing anything of "substance." This stereotype has always been misguided, and these days it's incredibly outdated.

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