Total Surfing Fitness – Surf Training – Surf Exercises – Surf Workouts

Total Surfing Fitness – Surf Training – Surf Exercises – Surf Workouts

“I started the Total Surfing Fitness program exactly 12 weeks prior to my 1st overseas surfing trip to Bali in the hope of increasing my confidence and ability in the water.

I’m a 37y/o and been surfing for 15 years. I spend 8 hours a day at a computer and have a 3 hrs a day commuting to work in Sydney. I also have a young family, so keeping fit is a real challenge.

I found the TSF program suited my needs exactly. I was able to adopt and adapt the program with ease. I did the workouts on average 2-3 times a week and progressed through level 1, 2 and 3 gaining more and more strength and flexibility as I went. I particularly enjoyed the stretching part of the program and noticed a marked improvement flexibility and agility.

My trip to Bali was awesome. I surfed 2-3 times a day for 17 days straight and was confident in 2-8′ Impossibles, Ulluwatu, Balangan, Shipwrecks, Lacerations, Airport lefts and Kuta Reef without injury. I believe this would have been inconceivable without Total Surfing Fitness. I do not hesitate to recommend this program to anyone looking to improve their surfing fitness.”

Are you tired of watching those surfers who just cruise by continuously, catching wave after wave, getting barrel after barrel… and basically making you look bad?

And are you sick of having arms like jelly after only a few minutes of paddling and then struggling to stand up because you don’t have enough strength left in your arms to push yourself up?

Or maybe you are just fed up with not being as good a surfer as you want to be, but you don’t know what to do next to improve?

I am going to reveal a 5 step blueprint which will show you how you can triple your wave count in 30 days or less, improve your surfing style, get more barrels and get in the best shape of your life.

Surfing uses a combination of both your aerobic energy system (with oxygen) and your anaerobic energy system (without oxygen). In order to improve your cardiovascular fitness for surfing, you need to improve both of these energy systems simultaneously.

Doing hours of running along the beach is just not going to cut it. What you need to be doing is interval training using surf specific interval periods, and certain types of exercises which will boost both your paddle fitness and improve your overall surf conditioning.

First of all you need to be working on your core stability, which is using your core muscles to stabilise your torso when there are other forces acting against you. The basics of this are bridge or plank type exercises, but…