A Surfers Guide To Nutrition – How Diet Will Affect Your Surfing. People often believe that to improve your surfing all you have to do is surf. A lot. While this rings many elements of truth, what many people fail to remember is that if you want to keep surfing more and more to improve your performance, you need to...

How to Make The Best Ever Healthy Tasting Water We all know that we should drink more water. Not only does water make us feel more energised, but it enhances our body’s ability to function on basically every level. This of course is necessary for anyone wanting not only to perform well athletically, but to simply get...

Should You Be This Tired? A Nutritional Perspective Ever seem to feel lethargic no matter what you are doing? Have a huge nights sleep but still feel dopey throughout the day? Considering I am talking to surfers, it is possible that surfing for 7 hours a day has taken its toll on you. What is also possible is that you...

Are You Eating The Correct Foods Before Exercise?   Just like a car runs on gas, your body needs fuel to get you from a to b. Would you pour coke into your car before a drive down the coast? No. You would want to fill it with high quality, efficient fuel. Same goes for your ultimate movement vessel, your...

Why You Need to Add Lemon Water to your Morning Routine   Many people assume that to really make a difference to your health you must adopt all sorts of arduous habits and routines to begin to feel your best. I am here to tell you – that is not true. The simplest of habits can, overtime have large effects on your body....

Essential Foods for Performance   It is important to incorporate a wide variety of foods to ensure that we are getting the vitamins and minerals that we need. Here is a list of a few foods that have a special place in my heart, boasting super qualities in performance, general health and taste. Avocado Full of the...

Hydration – Are You Getting Enough   We all know that it is important to drink water. The whole “drink 2 litres a day” situation has been played over and over again, but is this really accurate? What about if we spend half our time in the water? Does that change things? Here are a quick few statistics to give you some...