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How to prevent cramps in surfing

How to prevent cramps in surfing

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Cramps in surfing can happen anytime and without warning. 320 pairs of muscles are in the human body, and all of the voluntary ones are prone to cramping, especially if the water is several degrees down. Muscle cramps are forced muscle contractions that fail to relax, or simply defined, hardening of muscles to the point of cramping. At first, spasms occur and often worsens to cramps when it is sustained and forced. The legs, back, feet and arm muscles are the most susceptible to cramps.   Causes and prevention of cramps in surfing Many factors are responsible for cramps in...

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Surfing for Beginners 101

Surfing for Beginners 101

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So you’ve found yourself wanting to learn to surf and brought yourself here. Well you’re in good hands. We have gone ahead and put together a guide through all our blog posts to do with surfing, from preparing your gear to preparing yourself. So let’s get started, Surfing for Beginners 101.    What You Need to Do Surfing is an extremely strenuous sport so you should already familiarise yourself with a couple of things before heading out into the water. Consider Surf Lessons - it’s much easier to learn when someone’s there to point out your errors and give advice....

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Surfboard Graphics- Designing Your Board

Surfboard Graphics- Designing Your Board

A surfboard decal can be a great way to add a personal touch to your surfboard. A decal is in short a large sticker which can be personally designed or designed by an artist. There are many different methods to attach surfboard graphics. We will look at how you can finalise that personalised touch! 1: Place your surfboard graphics on the board and trim to shape or it will come trimmed to shape and check fit. 2: It is prescribed to seal your clear first by squeezing a slim layer of sap over whole zone, leaving no foam dry. At...

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Surfboard Design - Types of Surfboards

Surfboard Design - Types of Surfboards

Surfboard Design So many different types of boards all made for different uses. What are they made for and which one may suit you best? Check out all the different styles of surfboard design and help find out which one suits your surfing needs. Shortboards This surfboard plan had incredible accomplishment with superior surfing in the 1970s and still permits surfers to push the limits of their capacity. The advanced shortboard is normally under seven feet long and is made for forceful surfing in basic segments of the wave. It is most generally seen with sharp noses, more slender rails, and...

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Australian Surfing Artist

Australian Surfing Artist

Surfing art is refreshing, easy on the eye and a great past time. Here are three surfing artists who have made surfing art into a profession. Source: Scott Christensen Scott Christensen Surfing artist Scott Christensen started painting with oils on extended canvas in 1997 at 26 years old. After four years, Scott surrendered from his position driving a level penetrating truck to consider Visual Art full-time. Scott's significant other had quite recently brought forth their first kids, twins. As Scott reviews: "failure was not an option". From that point forward, he has sold more than 250 originals and more than 3,500...

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Sydney Local Surfboard Artists

Sydney Local Surfboard Artists

There is something very special about surf photography and artwork. Here are three guys who are exceptional Surfboard Artists. Source: Lee Pegus  Lee Pegus Surfboard artists Lee Pegus is a surf photographer. Growing up and surfing at Sydney's Manly Beach, "Pego" got his first intravenous hit of saltwater at 10 years old, immaculately preparing him for the position of copyboy he took up a couple of years after in the sink-or-swim universe of publication at the Sydney Morning Herald. As anyone might expect, Lee swum. He brazenly wormed his way into the photographic office and learnt his exchange at the...

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