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DOC è READER The Average Surfer's Guide ´ To Travel Waves and Progression ✓ ❮Read❯ ➪ The Average Surfer's Guide: To Travel, Waves and Progression Author Simon Short – Goproled.co.uk Heart warming read that discusses depression radical life change and muses on the pligG Heart warming read that discusses depression radical life change and muses on the plight of the lifelong intermediate grab a copy onDavid Lee Scales Surf Splendor Podcast I can recommend this book for non surfers as much as surfers It goes a long way towards explaining the hook that keeps people addicted to surfing and provides some personal lessons that can be applied to all walks of life Charlie Spurr The Museum of British Surfing Once I started reading I couldn't put it down The writing is wonderful and Simon really nails it when he defines what an average surfer is and how surfing affects us all Imi Barneaud The Ocean Riders Podcast Short uses the term average not as in mediocre but to make it relatable to the masses of surfers who are not professionals and not beginners but the wave riders in between He teaches life lessons with every chapter You can be scared intimidated proud and brave all in one session The Orange County Register From the author of A Story about Surfing Identity and Depression comes the #1 New Release 'The Average Surfer's Guide'The Average Surfer's Guide to Travel Waves and Progression is a book about surfing as much as it is about mental health life balance and prioritizing one's passions The author explores the metaphysical effects of surfing the biological effects of surfing and how the sport percolated into a lifestyle opens us up to travel adventure community and a true belonging and identity The book takes us into situations that many are familiar with but few of us speak of Short bravely shares details from his darker days fighting a severe depression before learning some valuable life lessons Simon Short sat at the end of a Newport Beach rock jetty in the darkness clutching a gun and ready to end his life as his depression hit an all time low For years Short thought he was on the right track The surfer from England moved to California after visiting for a surf trip in his early 20s met a girl who became his wife and had a career as a police officer near Palm Springs This was what he was supposed to do right? When it all came crashing down a few years later he found himself staring out into the ocean the place that had been his one constant source of solace since he was a teen Feb 2019 The OC RegisterThe Average Surfer's Guide takes a uniue approach by forgetting the glamour of professional surfing and telling honest humorous and engaging stories from a true every day average surfer The book teaches us how to progress away from complacency both in our surfing and our everyday livesIn the end this book will make you a better surfer Not through techniue but through teaching a new mindset and outlook towards life and surfing The Average Surfer's Guide takes us on a journey from dark to light and teaches us how to live a true balanced life that is authentic to who we are and what makes us happy In this case surfi Simon shirt has truly written a book for the average surfer Okay he's a higher echelon of average surfer than me but so much of what he writes still resonates both about why we love surfing which is a pointless but beautiful activity and how our ego can stop us getting better at it

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Heart warming read that discusses depression radical life change and muses on the plight of the lifelong intermediate grab a copy onDavid Lee Scales Surf Splendor Podcast I can recommend this book for non surfers as much as surfers It goes a long way towards explaining the hook that keeps people addicted to surfing and provides some personal lessons that can be applied to all walks of life Charlie Spurr The Museum of British Surfing Once I started reading I couldn't put it down The writing is wonderful and Simon really nails it when he defines what an average surfer is and how surfing affects us all Imi Barneaud The Ocean Riders Podcast Short uses the term average not as in mediocre but to make it relatable to the masses of surfers who are not professionals and not beginners but the wave riders in between He teaches life lessons with every chapter You can be scared intimidated proud and brave all in one session The Orange County Register From the author of A Story about Surfing Identity and Depression comes the #1 New Release 'The Average Surfer's Guide'The Average Surfer's Guide to Travel Waves and Progression is a book about surfing as much as it is about mental health life balance and prioritizing one's passions The author explores the metaphysical effects of surfing the biological effects of surfing and how the sport percolated into a lifestyle opens us up to travel adventure community and a true belonging and identity The book takes us into situations that many are familiar with but few of us speak of Short bravely shares details from his darker days fighting a severe depression before learning some valuable life lessons Simon Short sat at the end of a Newport Beach rock jetty in the darkness clutching a gun and ready to end his life as his depression hit an all time low For years Short thought he was on the right track The surfer from England moved to California after visiting for a surf trip in his early 20s met a girl who became his wife and had a career as a police officer near Palm Springs This was what he was supposed to do right? When it all came crashing down a few years later he found himself staring out into the ocean the place that had been his one constant source of solace since he was a teen Feb 2019 The OC RegisterThe Average Surfer's Guide takes a uniue approach by forgetting the glamour of professional surfing and telling honest humorous and engaging stories from a true every day average surfer The book teaches us how to progress away from complacency both in our surfing and our everyday livesIn the end this book will make you a better surfer Not through techniue but through teaching a new mindset and outlook towards life and surfing The Average Surfer's Guide takes us on a journey from dark to light and teaches us how to live a true balanced life that is authentic to who we are and what makes us happy In this case surfing As someone who has been learning to surf the last couple of years I thoroughly enjoyed this book for many reasons I don't get to go surfing as much as I'd like so on one level it was enjoyable to have a book with some surf tales to entertain me however the authors personal life journey and tales of how surfing helped his depression is very inspiring He discusses how it's important to make time for your hobbies and not feel guilt for feeding your passions that it's good for your well being and I couldn't agree I was definitely getting stuck in the style trap and this book freed me from that read it to find out I highly recommend the book Simon

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The Average Surfer's Guide To Travel Waves and ProgressionHeart warming read that discusses depression radical life change and muses on the plight of the lifelong intermediate grab a copy onDavid Lee Scales Surf Splendor Podcast I can recommend this book for non surfers as much as surfers It goes a long way towards explaining the hook that keeps people addicted to surfing and provides some personal lessons that can be applied to all walks of life Charlie Spurr The Museum of British Surfing Once I started reading I couldn't put it down The writing is wonderful and Simon really nails it when he defines what an average surfer is and how surfing affects us all Imi Barneaud The Ocean Riders Podcast Short uses the term average not as in mediocre but to make it relatable to the masses of surfers who are not professionals and not beginners but the wave riders in between He teaches life lessons with every chapter You can be scared intimidated proud and brave all in one session The Orange County Register From the author of A Story about Surfing Identity and Depression comes the #1 New Release 'The Average Surfer's Guide'The Average Surfer's Guide to Travel Waves and Progression is a book about surfing as much as it is about mental health life balance and prioritizing one's passions The author explores the metaphysical effects of surfing the biological effects of surfing and how the sport percolated into a lifestyle opens us up to travel adventure community and a true belonging and identity The book takes us into situations that many are familiar with but few of us speak of Short bravely shares details from his darker days fighting a severe depression before learning some valuable life lessons Simon Short sat at the end of a Newport Beach rock jetty in the darkness clutching a gun and ready to end his life as his depression hit an all time low For years Short thought he was on the right track The surfer from England moved to California after visiting for a surf trip in his early 20s met a girl who became his wife and had a career as a police officer near Palm Springs This was what he was supposed to do right? When it all came crashing down a few years later he found himself staring out into the ocean the place that had been his one constant source of solace since he was a teen Feb 2019 The OC RegisterThe Average Surfer's Guide takes a uniue approach by forgetting the glamour of professional surfing and telling honest humorous and engaging stories from a true every day average surfer The book teaches us how to progress away from complacency both in our surfing and our everyday livesIn the end this book will make you a better surfer Not through techniue but through teaching a new mindset and outlook towards life and surfing The Average Surfer's Guide takes us on a journey from dark to light and teaches us how to live a true balanced life that is authentic to who we are and what makes us happy In this case surfin Really good book its not a oh look at me Im a surfer type book I found I understood where Si was coming from totally writing this book interesting read about Si's journey in surfing which I'm sure a lot of you will find scarcely similar to your own experiences I know I did Si did certainly get me thinking about why I surf and everything associated with it dont worry he wont get you banging finger cymbals and chanting at the moon at least I haven't yet anyway Theres uite a sobering chapter that is uite dark but thankfully Si road that tube and came out the other end Looking forward to seeing what he releases next See you in the line up dudes