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FIX YOUR POP UP - HERE'S HOW\n\nIs your Pop Up a movement of fluid grace, or is it a frustrating fumble to kook-dom?\n\nIf you're in the fumble and flail category, or if your pop up has gone a bit funky over the years, the Secrets to Fix Your Pop Up Blog is a must read for you (link below).\n\nI lay out the fundamental understanding for you to grasp the process of truly fixing your pop up. I also dive into the technique, the needs for joint mobility, and even the mental game behind getting to your feet fluidly.\n\nThe Pop Up: It is a movement that is either unconsidered by those that execute it flawlessly, or it is a movement that becomes a bane of surfing. To those of you that have issues, problems, and difficulties with the start of your surfing, this is how you fix your surf pop up.\n\nFrom the blog: "It is not a “POP” so much as it is a casual “let’s fluidly get my legs underneath me so I can stand and begin manoeuvring the board to interact with the wave face”. Heavy pops and pounds aren’t the way to go. Smooth it out, flow it out, and aim to get upright into that relaxed yet athletic surf stance."\n\nFor you to fix the pop up, for good, you first need to know what the final result is. What's the perfect surf stance? Figure that one out, and then you can more easily figure out how to get there.\n\nI break this down into aspects that could be causing your flailing, fumbling, and frustration.\n\nI think many technique coaches fail to understand biomechanics, and the anatomical underpinnings of the movement. It's a skill, and a high level one at that.\n\nSkill is built upon a body that can move.\n\nSo how does your body move? How is your pop up? I wonder if the two are linked? Hmmmmm?\n\nDive into the Fix Your Pop Up blog here: https://surfstrengthcoach.com/the-secrets-of-the-perfect-surf-pop-up/
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"DADDY PLEASE!" I begged to my so-called father. "SHUT UP!!" he hollered back at me. He whipped me one last time. My back oozed blood and my body trembled with fear. At least today wasn't as bad as every other day. He wasn't drunk today so I didn't have to worry about the broken bottles being shoved into my thighs. I could never understand how a father could treat a child in such a cruel and inhumane way. What did I ever do to him? Oh, wait... I remember... I killed my mother... According to him, my birth was her death. My mother was 22 when she became pregnant with me. My father was overjoyed with the pregnancy. Up until he found out that she could not give birth. She would die from it. Knowing that his precious 'Mate' would die from the birth he was quick to change his mind. My mother, on the other hand, refused, as any other good mother would do. Quickly after my birth, my father named me Bane. Now I know what you're thinking. Isn't Bane the name of a boy? Isn't one of the characters from the comic book series Batman named Bane? Well, my answer is yes and yes. Bane is actually a word that means Destruction, Annihilation, murderer. That is what my father thought of me. I am a murderer. They say werewolves mate for life. Once a werewolf finds its mate, they are bonded together as one as soon as the male claims the female. Now whereas a normal couple consisting of two werewolves would be mates. My father and my mother were different. My father is a werewolf. A strong one at best. He was the main fighter of his pack and the second in command. I guess you could call him a Beta. My mother, on the other hand, was a normal human. She was small and fragile. That's why having a baby killed her. Her body was too small. Now I don't mean small as in underdeveloped. I just mean small as in 5ft and about 110 lbs. My father, on the other hand, was 6'4 and around 220 lbs. My father was easily twice my mother's size. "GO TO YOUR ROOM. YOU ARE NOT TO BE FED TONIGHT!" my father's voice smacked me back into reality. Too scared to
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