Ryan C Heffernan shares descriptions and details from world famous surfer, Kelly Slater, based on two videos.
With so many great surfing destinations out there, you’ll need to start planning your surfing trips. If you’re looking to take a break from your beach, check a new one off of your bucket list and plan your next surfing trip with these helpful tips.
Summer’s almost here and surf’s up. It’s so close you can hear the waves, but is your board ready? There are a few things you have to do before you grab your board and head for the shore. Preparing your surfboard is extremely important, but don’t fear my friend, it’s easy. You’ll be hitting the waves before you know it.
Surfing is a great hobby to adopt. It’s a physical sport that lets you get a lot of exercise. It’ll help improve your balance and tone your muscles, in addition to getting you outside more! The only downside is if you don’t live near water or live somewhere that gets incredibly cold. But, even if your hometown isn’t the ideal location for surfing, you can always travel to some of the great surfing spots all over the world. If you’re interested in surfing, but have never done it before, here are some tips for beginners!
It’s been described as the perfect wave, even “mind-blowing,” according to Robert “Wingnut” Weaver, one of the lucky few who have ridden it. Even more amazingly, it’s a perfect wave every single time, without fail. Weaver isn’t talking bout some previously undiscovered reef, though, nor an exotic locale or a secret spot along the California coast. He’s talking about an artificial wave pool outside of Fresno, Cali.