Working out with a friend can keep you motivated and hold you accountable on your path to reaching your fitness goals. But what do you do when you can’t find a consistent work out buddy? Find a dog. Doesn’t even have to be your dog. You can borrow aforementioned noncommittal workout buddy’s dog and take them for a workout.
The right breeds of dogs (for instance a beautiful golden retriever named Marilyn) can be the best workout companions, especially since exercise is a necessity in their lives. So find a furry friend, preferably one that likes fetching, and head to your nearest beach or park to do some cross-training. Read on for the Dog Beach Workout…
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I love sweat. No really, I do. The feeling of being sweaty, working up a sweat, or being drenched in it. It’s amazing. Perhaps a little addicting at times. (more…)
Drink Responsibly -Don’t Send It Too Hard Por Favor – 21+
Top surf brands submit their favorite tools for getting turnt.
1. Sanuk’s Mini Melon Infusion
This vodka infused mini melon isn’t from some pinterest inspo, its courtesy of our favorite savages at Sanuk.
How: Buy a mini watermelon at a local produce supplier or more commonly found at farmers markets.
-Using a chopstick, puncture the melon and lightly churn the insides to increase absorption
-Shove minibar vodka bottle into the hole and refrigerate to allow absorption for no less that 3 hours. (more…)
Ask any surfer what the name ‘Katin’ means to them and they’ll claim the K-man invented boardshorts in the 1950′s and started the renowned surf competition, the Katin Classic Pro/Am. These pioneers were born in Surfside, CA and in an era of out-sourcing, still keep their production at home in SoCal. Given their commitment to quality, American-made goods, we’re stoked to feature Katin in SWELL’s Locals Only collection.
Take a tour of the Katin USA design and production headquarters with Justin Rogina (left) and Mac Beu – (more…)