WIND

EASTERN CAPE4 – 8 May 2019 The Eastern Cape always appeared, from a coastline perspective, to be a harsh part of South Africa. Growing up, I used to spend months of the year in “Windy City” of Port Elizabeth (PE). My brother and I used every opportunity to hop onto a flight to visit with Read More …

Swimming vs. Running

I personally will take swimming. I feel that I can just not get to my required fitness levels when I am not in the pool, it was where I was born. To have a mother that is a World Masters Champion and hold more records than I could count, it really is in my blood! Read More …

Sprint, Run, Sprint!

In sport, especially bodyboarding it is all about quick paddling, hard paddling and some breathe holds all mixed into one. Todays Friday Fitness is about INTERVALS. As it is my birthday I will not be doing this but here it is anyway. Intervals are quick sprints, up to 100m, and then a jog/run for the Read More …

Stretch First, Train later.

It has come to me that the biggest part of being a sportsperson is the fact that stretching is vital. I have been able to have less injury and be able to recover faster due to flexibility and warming muscles before exercise. This is what I urge people to do. As I hope we all Read More …

Cyclone’s Tail End

The calls were massive and the waves definitely didn’t stand up to what was suppose to happen along the East Coast this week. Luckily there was a small bump for us to play around in and it was awesome to fly around the place and enjoy getting a small beating every now and then. I Read More …