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The Return of the Alaia Surfboard: Why should you ride one?

The Return of the Alaia Surfboard: Why should you ride one?

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The Alaia or “Itaka” as it was known in Japan dates back thousands of years ago. There is archaeological evidence suggesting that the boards were in existence dating back then but their use seemed to decline in the early 1900s.   Hawaiian With An Alaia - Waikiki   In Modern surfing, the boards made a comeback in the late 2005 when Tom Wegener tried out some prototypes on professional surfers. Perhaps the biggest selling point came after the film “The Present” which dramatically popularized the board and increased its acceptance amongst surfers. The Alaia is basically a thin wooden surfboard...

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Physical, Mental and Emotional Benefits of Surfing

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  Thy physical, mental and emotional benefits of surfing.   Benefits of Surfing Surfing is one of the most engaging forms of watersport around. The act of riding the face of a wave may look simple to outsiders, but in reality it takes a lot of time and effort to master the skills needed to be able to surf well. Surfing is a fun and challenging activity that engages both the mind and body. It is a total workout that includes the entire gamut of what people look for when it comes to health and fitness. Paddling for waves and...

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Think you are brave enough? Get yourself a gun surfboard

Think you are brave enough? Get yourself a gun surfboard

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Gun surfboards are designed for much bigger waves. So big a wave that most beginner surfers have never ridden in conditions where they might need a gun surfboard. But if you think you are brave and mature enough to ride a gun surfboard we are going to tell you all about it. Typically, gun surfboards range from 6 feet all the way to 10 feet. You have noticed that when riding a small board on a really big wave, it has a tendency to wobble. This is the reason why a gun surfboard is long and with extra thickness. All...

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Why Use A Stand Up Paddle Board

The stand up paddle board has feverishly become one of the most popular watercrafts in the past decade.   Why Use A Stand Up Paddle Board?  Ideal for a variety of outdoor water activities Good for fitness Can easily be used by beginners Still presents a challenge for more advanced users   Originating from ancient times in many cultures, the modern stand up paddle board, sometimes called a pedal board, has quickly become one of the most popular forms of watercraft around. The stand up paddle board is very versatile, having many uses to suit the needs of outdoor water...

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Precautions To Take While Surfing

Surfing is arguably one of the most profound and enjoyable water activities ever invented by man. A cult spanning all nearly all corners of the globe, in some ways or another, has offered a considerable amount of personal devotion in pursuit of this nearly pure-hedonistic pastime. But while the sheer happiness and pleasure brought about with the simple act of sliding down the face of a wave cannot be denied; the love for surfing--- like any other form of true love, can also bring equal measures of pain and suffering. Looking at the negative aspects of surfing, at the very...

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Wipe out? How to stay safe during a wipe out (Part two of two)

Wipe out? How to stay safe during a wipe out (Part two of two)

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In part one, we looked at the dangers that lurk when we fall off our surfboards. In summary, the article covered the risks that you face when the unprecedented happens. Today, we will cover what you are actually supposed to do. When you wipe out, do it like you were expecting it...   Wipe Out like a Pro Abandon ship This might sound like a stupid idea, but when you feel like you’re going to fall, use the balance left to jump off your board. When you jump, you will want to do it towards the wave; behind your board....

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