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Surf Fitness with Taj Burrow

Work like Taj, surf like Taj

| posted on February 26, 2013

Work like Taj, surf like Taj.

  • Mik

    so. upping the ante Mr. Burrow?

    Cool!

    stoked to see one of the most talented surfers ever going all in on fitness. it makes a huge difference. as does Yoga. FYI: here’s some insights for longevity, since my surfing friends know that i’m much older than people suspect, but staying in the game performance wise:

    1. Transcendental Meditation is a phenomenal addition to any Yoga routine. it produces a hypo-metabolic state of rest in 20 mins, that is twice as deep as the deepest stage of sleep,which takes 5 hours to achieve. So by meditating regularly twice a day, your mind, body and reflexes stay in a heightened state of awareness, and they stay young. aids in recovery time too. (avoiding alcohol helps stay young too, IE: Kelly Slater).

    2. avoid using isolated whey products as a protein supplement. the protein is OK, but it can produce Kidney Stones due to elevated levels of Calcium. this is a known problem in fitness circles, but not commonly known by most athletes. just saying be careful.

    best of luck to Taj!!! legend by any standard!

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