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Name it and Claim it: 2013 – The Year I Become a Surfer by WildThingsRUNFree Facebook Posted Fri 16 Nov 2012 3:00am Since becoming an Oakley Women’s Brand Ambassador, I have been following Oakley Dispatch on pretty much all social media platforms. Oakley Dispatch is a Surfing and lifestyle documentary based around the world class talent that makes up the Oakley Surf Team. Following along this incredible journey has made me fall in love with ... Read on »
Reasons to Smile by SnackingonSunshine Posted Fri 27 Apr 2012 8:01am School’s out and I’ve got a week to myself before the summer semester begins. I’ve been keeping busy applying for part time jobs (lululemon? check. Adorable coffee shop near my apartment? check.) and working on my magazine!! Life, right now, is pretty great. Toronto shines in the summertime, so I’ve been taking advantage of every opportunit ... Read on »
Team Astana - Surf's Up! by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 1:48am Picture blue skies, calm ocean waves lapping in, white sand beaches….and crazy professional cyclists taking surf lessons on Day Two of Camp Tenerife! After breakfast and a 2-3 hour training ride it was time for rest, lunch and then Surf’s Up! The majority of the riders and staff loaded into vehicles and drove five minutes to the beach to meet ... Read on »
Surf, Yoga, Volunteer with SYRV and Holly Beck 8/30-9/6 by Holly Beck Posted Sat 03 Jul 2010 7:07am We are excited to announce that August 30 - September 6 (Labor Day Holiday) will be SYRV's Surf Yoga Volunteer Adventure VI with your hosts Monique Evans, Holly Beck, Christine West (Yoga) and our awesome ground crew Gerry, Luis, Mike and Jane. Our team and past travelers have accomplished so much this past year! We have now almost comple ... Read on »
Surfing on Longboard by strachey Posted Wed 31 Oct 2012 3:08am Like cheap Jerseys any sport the equipments used for the game has lot of relevance in the overall performance cheap Washington Redskins Jerseys. Likewise the quality and the type of surfboards used are quite significant for surfing well and to the best of ones ability cheap Chicago Bears Jerseys. In some surfboards if a newbie tries to learn ... Read on »
Newbies Surf Guide to New England by Jill T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:37pm 1 Comment Secretly I’ve always wanted to be a surfer girl…catching waves until I’m tired, playing frisbee on the beach with my dog, sleeping under the sun, making a bonfire with friends at the end of the day, and let us not forget the 100s of pairs of cute flip flops and tank tops I would own. Cape Cod National Seashore this weekend I got t ... Read on »
Surfing Tips - Etiquette by WaveCatchers .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:33pm Apologize. If you do break one of the rules of surfing etiquette, like paddling in front of someone surfing, make sure to apologize. Control your board. Make sure to maintain control of your board at all times. If you let it go, it may end up in someone's face. Keep your distance. Give people space. If you're a beginner, don't paddle out ... Read on »
I almost went surfing today by elizabeth Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 12:00am One of my oldest friends offered to take me surfing this morning as a birthday present. Anyone who knows me knows my surfing obsession and the fact that I haven't ever actually surfed. When I moved to Los Angeles over ten years ago, I told myself that I would surf by my 45th birthday. Last spring I gave myself six months to lose a lot of weigh ... Read on »
Surfing! by Embracefire Posted Mon 17 May 2010 11:17pm Hello from Waikiki everyone! So, I went surfing today. It was my first time getting on a board. And it was GREAT! I can’t tell you how much fun I had, even as a clueless beginner. Okay, in truth, I’m selling myself a little short. I’ve done some research into surfing for other projects, and I actually did very well. I fell all o ... Read on »
Teaching Kids How To Surf by Beth F. Patient Expert Posted Sun 27 Jun 2010 4:36am Summer time in Hawaii and many other coastal areas usually means a lot of swimming and water sports. One of my favorites is surfing. If your child want to learn, here are some tips to stay active, healthy, and safe in the surf! Make sure your child is a strong swimmer before taking them out. It's always a good idea to buy a surf lesso ... Read on »