"Smoke weed everyday" - Nate Dogg. RIP
Nate Dogg died? How? When?
Just did a little research. Looks like he's been suffering from strokes for the past few years and died about a month ago.
REGULATORS! Mount up.
Last edited by wallysurfr; Apr 18, 2011 at 07:15 PM.
Not every surfer out in the lineup has Olympic coaching and training like him.
If you take the average stoner, yes I can out paddle him. I would be so bold to say that I have a higher cardio stamina than anyone out there who smokes on a regular basis and has been smoking for an extended amount of time. But I also play about 5 hours of soccer every week, jog and lift weights on a daily basis.
Just because Phelps can swim in a pool doesn't mean anything about his skills when there are 6 ft. waves throwing on a sandbar, rip tides and water swirling all over the place.
I would take him if the goal was to get outside on a thruster in 6-8 ft. consistant waves. Just like he would take me in a 200m butterfly.
That is one BOLD statement. I am going to disagreeI would take him if the goal was to get outside on a thruster in 6-8 ft. consistant waves. Just like he would take me in a 200m butterfly.
I smoke 3/4 a pack of stogs daily and .5 g of chron daily. I was def hurting yesterday after i got decked in the head by the lip trying to get into a barrel. I was washed around and by the time i got to the surface another wave had me. I was dying for air. Maybe its time to switch to that E-cig thingy and a vap. Proabably not though, i am stuck in my waves.. ways!
lets clear this up, none of you are out paddling micheal phelps. If you didnt know this, the US Olympic swim team trains regularly with the Navy Seals in Coronado. So how about paddling a 1000lb RHIB assault craft in consistent 6-8 foot surf? Does this get him a little credit? because its part of his training routine. Not to mention the 5000 calories or so that he consumes (and burns) and you dont, that man is an energy producing machine.
Second- i dont feel like googling study after study, but a "bong rip" VERY closely resembles the most widely accepted lung strengthening exercises and apparatus available in rehabilitation (not the drug kind)