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What is a Swimmer’s Itch?
Swimmer’s itch is a skin rash caused by a parasite (shistosomes) which ordinarily infect birds, semi-aquatic mammals, and snails.
Ultraviolet rays in sun light can cause serious and often irreversible harm to the body. This can range from eye damage to the more extreme, skin cancer.
This is it… what surfing is all about!! The Tube Ride – You won’t find a better feeling from anything else, way better than any drug and way more addictive!
Swimmer’s Ears/ for us surfer’s ears
Swimmer’s Ears is another term to describe outer ear canal infection or otitis external. Since this condition frequently occurs to people who swim a lot, it is also called swimmer’s ears.
Surfing big waves is a whole different type of surfing. Some people love it some people hate it but if you want to become and all round surfer with the full package it’s a must do!!
If you have learnt the Frontside roundhouse then this, the backside roundhouse cutback should come easy for you! Its way easier to get all the way back round to the foam because the hard bit is happening in front of you.
I think we’re all guilty of overusing the word stoke at times. But hey, there are worse things to feel guilty about than using a term that defines excitement, passion and exuberance, right? Sometimes it’s easy to lose the stoke when life gets in the way. Here are some ideas to get it back. Keep in mind there’s no manual on stoke. No “Stoke for Dummies” book. So here are some ideas by a stoke seeking devotee.
The frontside roundhouse cutback is probably one of the most pleasing to watch and do turns in surfing. Roundhouse cutbacks are all about using your rails and taking a clean line.
“At the California beaches there are schoolboys who easily rival the best Hawaiian experts in the thrilling sport of surfboard riding. That is partly because of the superior surfboards they use – light, buoyant and beautifully finished”.