on a nice day when there are no waves i like to take my dog to the beach. he's pretty good too. times the sets before he goes for the ball. i've also pushed him into some nice waist high shore pounders. he rides the best he can.
when i was a kid, i remember being out paddled by an old fat guy at north side and decided to start paddling... and that never happened to me again. triathlon, paddling, surfskiing, running, swimming, cycling are on the list. i hate doing anything with a team or balls or weights. surfing around here blows and there is only one wave i like...so i stay in good shape waiting for that wave to awake. 2 b honest; when we get surf for 4 or 5 days in a row, i feel out of shape. the older i get the less waves i seemingly need...
just about anything active and outdoors. I went mountain biking on some real trails for the first time last weekend, and it was really fun.
You go to white clay? Some of the best trails around. I try and go whenever I can. Mountain biking has been great for me and has made me commit to training for a triathlon. Love to go out there sometime with you, I know the trails pretty well now.