Category: Surf

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    We live for the outdoors. As the days get longer, we’re watching the tide and gearing up for our favorite sun-filled sports. That’s why we designed the Pacifica Collection. Made from UPF 50+ performance fabric, it’s eminently versatile for every sport under the sun. Plus, we gave it all the details you need: raglan sleeves…

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    Salt Water

    “The cure for anything is salt water – sweat, tears, or the sea.” – Isak Dineson This quotation is such a true statement.  I believe everyone who exercises regularly and has spent time in their life around an ocean or large body of water can truly relate to these words. We all know that exercise…

  • Michelle Sommers - Experiences
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    Experiences Are What Make Life Worth Living!

    TIME TO GET THAT EXPERIENCE! Experiences are what make life worth living. I recently lost two family members who both lived long, happy lives but it really put things back into perspective for me that life is about creating memories and leaving legacies – not about how much money you made or how many great…

  • Have No Fear of Surfing

    I’m always amazed at the fears that people have when it comes to surfing. There are risks associated with this sport, but many are minimal. After being struck in the face by a paddleboard earlier this year, I realize that freak accidents can happen even among experienced surfers. Getting over my fear of being hit…

  • Snowboard to Surfboard: Yoga for Surfers
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    Snowboard to Surfboard: Yoga for Surfers

    Don’t get me wrong, I love winter.  Cross country skiing, snowboarding, more downtime, more naps and more time to nurture yourself with quite time.  But, like all animals in nature, we too need to think about the onset of spring and prepare ourselves.  Which, for Women’s Quest, means swimming in Hawaii and surfing in Costa…

  • Becoming a Surfer Girl - by Jill Robinson
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    Becoming a Surfer Girl

    Lying on my chunky blue surfboard, I craned my neck back to the right to see a wave growing higher and closer to where I was floating in the shallow water. “See that one?” asked my surf instructor, Nicole Pratt. “You’re going to catch it.” On my first day surfing in Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit at…

  • Cold Weather Surfing Tips
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    Cold Water Surfing Tips

    Let’s face it — warm water is ideal for any surfer.  Unfortunately, many surf spots only have warmer water temps for a few months out of the year.  One good thing about the weather getting colder is that there are usually better waves in the fall and winter months, and most surf spots are less…

  • Get Yourself in Surfing Shape

    Most people who surf on a regular basis are strong, fit individuals in very good shape.  I cannot think of any professional surfer who isn’t in top physical condition.  However, surfing is a sport that requires both physical and mental strength.  It incorporates endurance, power, coordination, balance and most importantly, determination to commit to catching…

  • Michelle Summers Hawaii Surf & SUP Retreat
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    It’s Not What You Know, It’s Who You Know!

    I’ve just returned from my first women’s surf trip that I organized to the North Shore of Oahu in Hawaii, typically referred to as surfing’s “Mecca.” It was my first time away from my boys, but I went with four great women, including my sister, Sherrie. All of us are at different levels of surfing,…

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