Windsurfing is a great sport for your body and mind, as you step on the water you leave your worries behind, tone muscles you didn’t know you had and give your heart a fantastic work out. There is even more we can do on land to insure we are windsurf fit and to aid our bodies recovery after a sail. Having the right attitude, food in your stomach, and working out will all help you progress and enjoy your windsurfing as well feeling the benefits in other areas of your life. A host of female windsurfing health professionals, from physiotherapists and sports psychologists, to personal trainers and yoga instructors, share their knowledge and expertise with FLOW.
Health and Fitness contains windsurf and female specific fitness advice - core stability, strength training, myth busting, outside workouts, injury prevention, mental preparation, yoga and stretching plans and much more.
Windsurfer's Workout with Nes
Annabel Anderson, Starboard Team Rider and one of the fastest female Stand-Up Paddler in the world, rev
All too often I chat to windsurfers on the beach who actually consider their windsurfing time 'fitness training' and when I ask them what
Like with most sports, windsurfing has its own individual kind of fitness, you’ll get better at it if you windsurf! However, it can
The breeze is picking up, no time to chat with anyone. It is now time to be on the water living the lifestyle we’ve chosen while do
Ankle injuries are common in windsurfing, particularly when you enter the twisting spinning world of freestyle trickery.
From beginner to pro we’ve all experienced the painful cramps in the forearms after a good days windsurfing, but what causes it and how can we prevent it cuttin
Yoga is one of the best things you can do to make sure you are fit and ready for windsurfing. Not only does yoga have incredible physical benefits, but it