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    Surf Lifesaving

    the surf lifesaving season has just finished and i was wondering appart from swimming what are some exercisers that may improve my perform mainly in the board and ski events any advice would be a help
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    board and ski on snow or water? and are you trying to do ski/board patrol on the snow or water? clear everything up a little bit.
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    Ok I’ll start again; the surf lifesaving season finished I had my last beach patrol about a week ago. Now that it is over I want to start doing some training specifically aim at surf life saving. I already do swimming a few times a week to help the swim events but I wont to be more competitive in the board and ski events (water). I was wondering what specific muscle groups I should focus on and any other advice that you could give me.
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    Originally Posted by Vortimax
    Ok I’ll start again; the surf lifesaving season finished I had my last beach patrol about a week ago. Now that it is over I want to start doing some training specifically aim at surf life saving. I already do swimming a few times a week to help the swim events but I wont to be more competitive in the board and ski events (water). I was wondering what specific muscle groups I should focus on and any other advice that you could give me.
    I would imagine wide grip pullups would help you swim a bit more powerfully, as your lats (the muscles running from your armpits to your lower back) work a lot during swimming which are what pullups build.
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    Originally Posted by Vortimax View Post
    the surf lifesaving season has just finished and i was wondering appart from swimming what are some exercisers that may improve my perform mainly in the board and ski events any advice would be a help
    Shoulders, chest and back, but you will gain more from actualy rowlling on your ski/board, than from the gym

    wanna be good on the ski, rowl for long distances

    wanna be good on the board, go surfing with it!!
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    7 year old thread. idiot.
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