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  1. #21
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    "In my opinion, stretching cold muscles is pointless. You don't benefit much, and you stand a good chance of injuring yourself if you are REALLY stretching and not just putting on some weird sideshow for the hungover jailbait hanging out on the boardwalk."

    This is what I mean, everyone is different. I never said I was putting on some sort of "Gilad" show or trying to perv the jailbait.....my original statement referred to what I do at an unfamiliar beach break before I go. You guys are cracking me up. Everyone has their routine or ways of doing things. That's one of the individualistic thing I love about surfing.
    One thing I think we can all agree on about beack breaks (minus Puerto and all spot like) is when learning, go on everything to learn quickly. Am I right?......(probably not)....but that what I would say will help you learn the fastest.

  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by whosthat View Post
    This is what I mean, everyone is different. I never said I was putting on some sort of "Gilad" show or trying to perv the jailbait.....my original statement referred to what I do at an unfamiliar beach break before I go. You guys are cracking me up. Everyone has their routine or ways of doing things. That's one of the individualistic thing I love about surfing.
    One thing I think we can all agree on about beack breaks (minus Puerto and all spot like) is when learning, go on everything to learn quickly. Am I right?......(probably not)....but that what I would say will help you learn the fastest.
    Word.

    As for the show I was totally kidding, just thought you'd enjoy the visual of some bodybuilder in a g-string doin' it for the ladies.

  3. #23
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    ur a sick puppy.......

  4. #24
    One way I stay in the right place is to watch from the beach where the surf is (you're already doing this) then while in the water, paddle out a little deeper than usual and let a couple waves go by. You should see the white foam left on the surface in some sort of triangle shape (tip of the triangle pointing towards the ocean and getting wider towards the beach). Paddle out to the tip and if you want to take rights get on the right side... same with lefts. You'll get a better ride from depending on where the swell is coming from and beach facing direction but this technique generally works and helps you get your bearings at new locations.

    ClemsonSurf has a great point about the triangle. This is how I go about things even at my home break that I have been surfing for years. Like others have said it is tough with sandbar/beach breaks since there are often multiple places you can be depending on swell size/direction etc.

  5. #25
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    beack breaks.....I did it again.....I'm officially gone....