Fit for Surf #3: More Pre-Surf Stretching with Peggy Hall

posted by / Stuart / February 28, 2009

PH: This has got to be one of my all-time favorites! Ahh…doesn’t that feel great? The more you practice these moves […]

The Life Australian: Gold Coast Layday

posted by / Stuart / February 28, 2009

The corner office-types on tour get plenty of perks to help offset the…trauma…of surfing professionally. What’s the biggest advantage to […]

Fit for Surf #2: Top Pre-Surf Stretches from Peggy Hall

posted by / Stuart / February 24, 2009

In her ongoing crusade to improve you, Peggy Hall offers this: first in a hit-list of the best yoga poses […]

Fit For Surf #1 – Check Yourself with Wellness Expert Peggy Hall

posted by / Stuart / February 20, 2009

The original Yoga for Surfers DVD came my way in a prize pack at some 13-Under surf contest years ago. […]

Giving Against the Grain: Kekoa Cazimero

posted by / Stuart / February 13, 2009

Being philanthropic doesn’t top most people’s to-do lists right now. With a 401(k) off 50% and a house that’s worth […]

From Couch-o Simpo… (Day 4)

posted by / Stuart / February 12, 2009

“I’m just out on the couch, trying to recover,” would be Brett’s status update on Facebook right now. If he […]

From Couch-o Simpo… (Day 3)

posted by / Stuart / February 11, 2009

Brett loves surfing, his girlfriend Danielle, and basketball. Today he got a bit of all three, starting with stunning offshore […]

From Couch-o Simpo… (Day 2)

posted by / Stuart / February 10, 2009

Today started early with a call from not one, and not two, but rather three photographers all wanting a piece […]

From Couch-o Simpo…

posted by / Stuart / February 9, 2009

Literally, on Brett Simpson’s sofa (nice sofa). The Phoenix Suns are losing to the 76ers, and Brett’s still mourning Cleveland’s […]

WILL IT BLEND? Shapers and Clothing Companies

posted by / Stuart / February 3, 2009

I remember when Andy Irons rode Arakawa boards under HIC (I remember when he had an undercut, too, the poor […]

My Other Board is a Prius.

posted by / Stuart / January 31, 2009

Full disclosure: I wasn’t at ASR. Condolences to anyone who was. The physical wounds heal quickly, sure – calloused hands […]

The silliest things come out of Scott Bass’s keyboard.

posted by / Stuart / January 30, 2009

…but his surf reporting on KPBS 89.5 FM in San Diego is unbelievable. He speaks like a rapid-fire auctioneer taking […]

Rising from the Ashes of Quiksilver

posted by / Stuart / January 28, 2009

If you’re starting a prog-metal band and you want to take the title of this post as your name, that’s […]

Andy’s 2010 Wildcard Doesn’t Matter

posted by / Stuart / January 27, 2009

There’s a fair measure of vitriol bouncing around about Andy Irons’ WCT wildcard in 2010. The ASP has given Andy […]

Surf Industry Backpedaling: End of Head-to-Toe?

posted by / Stuart / January 25, 2009

The San Diego Union Tribune has weighed in on surfing’s industrial woes, finding the woes to be strong and healthy […]

Fuel TV part 2: Iron Gym

posted by / Stuart / January 23, 2009

Just this morning, Surfing’s editorial #2 Travis Ferre told me he’s never been in a gym ever, not once in […]

The Previews are the Best Part

posted by / Stuart / January 21, 2009

I largely ignore the video section on our website. Sorry. Extended clothing commercials posing as surf footy are not my […]

How will you evolve surf videos?

posted by / Stuart / January 20, 2009

I just saw Trilogy for the first time, just now. I didn’t buy the DVD or borrow it or burn […]

Reviewing my Christmas presents #2: New Balance M410 Shoes

posted by / Stuart / January 14, 2009

In this series of posts, I review some of my choice gifts from Christmas morn. In the spirit of patriotic […]

JS/Stab Magazine

posted by / Stuart / January 13, 2009

J.S. is a top-notch set of initials to have. An account of all the world’s venerable JS’s could be its […]

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