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  1. #31
    i dont think sniffy was throwing it in yer face, xxxxx, and for the record,douche is not spelled dueche,it has a bunch of x in it.

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    yes,spaghetti arms will eventually happen to anyone who surfs to the point where they can't paddle hard enough to catch another wave,like after 5+straight hours of great surf,and if you surf really hard every day to that point you could become exhausted.i've missed surf for work lately,but it does seem delmarva has had more good days than this part of nj the past couple weeks,which is unusual.if you're constantly pushing it you'll meet exhaustion.if you're just sitting out there a lot like in a crowd that's different.i like to keep pushing it and tear myself up and i hate sitting around waiting for a wave to come to me and i only surf in any crowd if i'm desperate and it's the only option.

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    I trained for a trip to a Central American Point break before. I did interval training, paddling from one point to another, trying to make the workout last at least an hour. Something like 20 seconds sprint paddle, 45 seconds slow paddle, repeat for 15 minutes, then change to a different interval.
    Yeah no matter how in shape you are surfing is a whole different story. I will try this, thanks for the advice. BTW this wasn't meant to be rubbed in anyones face. Almost everyone I surf with is over 30, married, has kids and surfs everyday if they can. After a summer of surfing knee to waist high wind swell, I didn't think it would be out of bounds to ask (not b1tch) if anyone else is just plain tired after this marathon. It's normal when you are a surfer and live close enough to surf everyday to go and surf everyday isn't it?
    Last edited by Zippy; Sep 16, 2011 at 12:21 AM.

  4. #34
    piratepete has it. also on alternate days paddle an hour to 90 minutes at a moderate pace and if time allows run for 30 mins before or after. if youre really feeling it tow a jug full of water behind you on a leash for an hour
    Last edited by ripturbo; Sep 15, 2011 at 11:41 PM.

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    yawn......

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    Quote Originally Posted by LOSTsoul View Post
    yawn......
    boy youre neato

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXXXX View Post




    I'M 36, ANYMORE WORDS OF ADVISE, OLD WISE ONE. MOST GUYS ON THIS SITE WOULD LOVE TO SURF A WEEK STRAIGHT BUT CAN'T DUE TO WORK AND FAMILY. ANYONE WHO COMES ON HERE, THROWING IT IN THERE FACES AND B1TCHING ABOUT BEING TIRED BECAUSE OF SURFING SO MUCH IS A DUECHE BAG

    confirmed for being butthurt

    also, you may have the body of a 36-year old but you sure act 14

  8. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by ripturbo View Post
    if youre beat from surfing then youre not training properly during non surf days. or you havent been surfing very long.
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    Wow. If only we could all be the trained professional know it it all that ripturbo is. Do you have a workout regimen i could use for a while mick Fanning?

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    Whey Protein mixed with milk for calcium. Poweraide, no fast food, and a fish oil pill with a shot of multivitamin.

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    I'm on it!