Weights & Measures


Through a mixture of paddling and standing up on the board, surfing is a super cardio exercise targeting your shoulders, back, core, and legs. It combines aerobic and strength training for amazing stress-relieving muscle-building workout.


First, you’ll hit your biceps: position one knee and one hand on a bench with your free foot flat on the ground and your free arm hanging down holding a dumbbell. Slowly pull the weight up to your chest, hold for a moment, then lower it and repeat for a set amount of repetitions. Next, target your triceps. Keeping a slight bend in your elbow, raise the dumbbell behind you until your arm is parallel to the ground, hold for a moment, then lower it and repeat for your set number of repetitions. Switch sides and repeat.


Women and men who are self-conscious about their bodies may feel intimidated about being surrounded by buffed physiques. They have the misconception that if they workout around folks with “perfect bodies,” they’ll be the center

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