Pro Surfer Dane Reynolds Answers Fans' Burning Questions From His Garage

Welcome to the most recent installment of “AMA From A lot more Than 6-Toes Away,” SURFER’s job interview series wherein the world’s most effective surfers solution concerns submitted by admirers by using social media in an energy to continue to keep our minor surf group well-connected in this time of social distancing.

In this new episode, the one particular-and-only Dane Reynolds answers your concerns while sheltering at dwelling with a few younger kids—a balancing act that many parents out there can most likely relate to on some level in these seeking WFH situations.

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How One Skimo Pro Stays Fit in the Off Season

Jon Brown has impeccable timing. The 47-year-outdated grew up nordic snowboarding and functioning cross-country in New York but picked up mountain biking just after school. He was quickly racing in 24-hour mountain-biking endurance events during their heyday in the nineties. As the allure of those people races waned, Brown started experience racing, enjoying the popularity of multisport sufferfests for a decade. Twelve several years back, he switched once again, this time to focus on skimo (ski mountaineering), which seees competition heading up and down snowy peaks. 

“I like the spandex sports activities,” Brown jokes. “I received fortunate with the timing. … Read More

How Pro Surfers Fuel for Performance

With the global growth of the coronavirus above the previous two months, the environment of experienced sporting activities has all but pressed pause. Pro surfers, who usually shell out a majority of their many years on the highway, are suddenly sitting at home—no make any difference what the swell report suggests. On April 28, the Globe Surf League (WSL) cancelled or postponed the entirety of its level of competition calendar through July one, and even that is issue to alter.

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How This Pro Climber Is Cooking Through the Pandemic

Don’t simply call Brittany Griffith a chef. The title will make her uneasy. “To me, chef is almost like a military services rank,” Griffith says. “A authentic chef would bristle at people today referring to me as a skilled chef. I’m a prepare dinner. I love cooking.”

Regardless of whether she would like to accept the title or not, the fact is, Griffith will make her dwelling by cooking foods for other people today. She’s a professional climber, indeed, identified for knocking out bold trad routes all around the globe, which include the 5.12 Battling Begonias in Yemen, but she’s … Read More

Listen: Pro Snowboarder Stale Sandbech Shares His Contest Playlist

The extreme contrast of Harlem-based rap vs. Led Zeppelin-like hybrid rock leads is what Stale Sandbech’s eclectic contest playlist is comprised of. High-energy mixes and both masculine types of music in their own way, these are the songs that Stale flat-spin 1440s to.

Stale has a snowboard style that stands out, so his sound selections are not entirely a shock. Still, when Stale showed off his six-track list for contest runs, it was interesting to find three songs by A$AP Ferg followed by three songs from Greta Van Fleet.

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Pro Surfer Jordy Smith Answers Fans' Questions About 'Tiger King,' 'Modern Collective' and More

And we’re back again. Past week we took a split from incessantly washing our hands to kick off “AMA From Additional Than 6-Feet Away,” an Check with-Me-Something job interview collection for the social-distancing period. The thought was to assist join you with your beloved surfers in this most isolating time, and in our to start with episode you hit up John John Florence about everything from beloved products to the current point out of his bees (they’re Ok, but could be far better).

For our second episode, with … Read More