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Welcome to our surfing fitness program, Fit To Surf. In this blog, I’m breaking down our surfing fitness program into easy-to-understand steps so that you can have the strength and power needed to paddle to the outside, engage the wave, master the pop-up, and just feel overall stronger while surfing. Besides the strength training and …

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Hossegor is one of the most famous surf destinations in the world.  It’s got culture, community, and best of all, really good surf (and lots of it).  The surf in Hossegor can vary a lot from north to south especially given the crazy tide swings and swell range. Here is our complete guide to the …

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You know those videos you see of people riding waves, throwing hacks, and getting tubes for like a minute straight? There are waves out there where 1 single wave will provide the same amount of time standing up as every wave you’ve ever ridden in your whole life. From New Zealand to Bali to Costa …

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California. The birthplace of modern surf culture. All the stereotypes are true. People say “dude” too many times in a conversation with a heavy California accent. Navigating the California coast for waves reveals an intriguing surf culture filled with intriguing contradictions. Amongst lineups bustling with surfers donning brands like Ripcurl, Billabong, Patagonia, and Quicksilver, the …

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Coming from Southern California, we had pretty high standards when it came to looking for awesome waves to surf.  After traveling through 15 countries on our road trip through Europe, these were our favorite surf destinations.  Each one offers a unique experience both in the water and out.  By far, our favorite area was the …

Read More about Best Surf Spots in Europe (For Intermediates & For Beginners)

Pipeline.  Tea’hapoo.  Cloudbreak.  These are just a few world-class breaks that I will never be able to surf.  But just because I’m not a world-class surfer, doesn’t mean I can’t roam the globe looking for really good waves in very beautiful locations.  I love my home breaks in San Diego, but the sense of adventure …

Read More about Surfing Portugal: For Intermediate Surfers, Adventurers, and Campers

Our family went on a twenty-five-day surfing trip to Costa Rica.  We explored four different Costa Rican surfing beaches- Pavones, Nosara/Playa Guiones, Playa Negra, and Punta Uva. I’ve broken down each spot based on wave quality, accommodations, and food to help you decide where to go on your next surfing adventure Costa Rica Surfing Beaches #1: Pavones Waves …

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