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Is Surfing Like Snowboarding?

Many people think that if they are good at surfing, then snowboarding should come naturally. However, just because you have a talent for one extreme sport does not mean you have mastered them all. There may be a few similarities between surfing and snowboarding, but there are more differences than you imagine.

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Different Types of Surfboards

What Are the Different Types of Surfboards? If you’re considering getting into surfing, you’ll need to get a surfboard, but the first thing you’ll notice when you decide to go shopping is the number of available options on the market. Don’t worry. We’re here to guide you through the process. Here’s everything you need to

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Longboard vs. Shortboard

Longboard vs. Shortboard – What Are The Differences? There’s no better thrill than balancing on a board and feeling the ocean spray against your face as you try to catch the perfect wave. Whether it’s for a hobby or sport, surfing is a superb way to connect with nature while challenging yourself and staying fit. 

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Best Surf Spots in San Diego

The Top 5 Best Surf Spots in San Diego Do you need some vacation time? It’s time to grab your surfboard and hit the waves! Explore the best surf spots in the most beautiful city in the world – San Diego. San Diego has some true adventure waiting for you; a paradise for surfers. Home

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How to Prepare for Surfing Lessons

How to Prepare for Surf Lessons – Our Guide Surfing is an amazing sport that allows you to enjoy the beauty of the ocean in the greatest way. It’s the perfect activity if you want to try something new and if you consider yourself adventurous.  However, surfing requires commitment and preparation, especially if you’re starting

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The History of Surfing in Hawaii

The History of Surfing in Hawaii – How it All Started Are you interested in the history of surfing in Hawaii? Do you ever wonder how this popular water sport became almost synonymous with this beautiful island in the Pacific? You don’t need to search far and wide for answers! In this blog, you will

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Most Common Surfing Injuries and How to Avoid Them

Most Common Surfing Injuries and How to Avoid Them Back in the day, surfers were bohemians, hair down to their shoulders, clad in nothing but old shorts. Shirts and shoes were for special occasions. They didn’t need them. Life played out in the sand and the water. All they needed was their board and the

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Tips for Big Wave Surfers

Tips for Big Wave Surfers There are surfers, and there are surfers. There are waves, and there are waves. We ride the foam. They ride the curves, the barrels, the titans. The water barely reaches over our heads. They traverse rippling walls. We’re both skilled and capable of doing something most people only dream of,

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Safety Equipment for Surfers

If you want to be a surfer, you’re going to have to accept that surfing isn’t always safe. That’s the sacrifice we make for the ultimate adrenaline rush. Accidents do happen, and they can’t always be avoided. That doesn’t mean that we can’t take precautions. If we’re careful, we can avoid most hazards. But we

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San Diego’s Best Surf Spots: La Jolla

With so much of San Diego life centered around the water, it makes sense that there’d be one, supreme aquatic hub, where everything we love about the ocean and the sand can be found in a single place. That place is La Jolla. With hidden beaches and coves, world class snorkeling, surfing, and rare glimpses

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