A bumper new episode of the Surf Simply podcast with Ru, Harry, Jessie, and Will talking about the creation of Surf Simply’s 5 new Youtube series which just topped a million views, plus: Asher is back to talk asymmetrical surfboards, we review the best surf films of 2020, as well as guests Jon Roseman, Tavarua owner and Cloudbreak big wave legend, and Professor Sam Purkis, Head of Marine Geosciences at Miami University.
Bonnie Tsui joins us to talk about her amazing new book “Why We Swim”. Ru talks about steering Surf Simply through the Coronavirus crisis and Will examines what we might learn about surfboard design from Formula 1 cars. Plus all the usual chat and nonsense, and what to watch while you’re stuck indoors.
Ru and Harry dive deep into the world of surf coaching with one of its pioneers, Martin Dunn. As well as coaching numerous world tour competitors Martin was an early inspiration behind Surf Simply’s coaching philosophy. Martin now offers online coaching to surfers of all levels through his website. Special thanks to our guest producer for this episode Jordan Smith.
Humanity has to collectively tidy up its bedroom before it can go out to play! That’s right it’s an environment special where we talk about the surprising data on ocean plastics, what individuals can do to combat climate change and recycling surfboards. Also, monkey poop, neon jumpsuits, crossover boards, Away Co., Teahupoo, Surf Simply revisit Indo and what to watch.
How to video yourself surfing plus Surf Simply 2019 news including a new online coaching platform, volume to weight calculator now live, tree of knowledge live, return to Surf Ranch, e-foils, the Gamma, Lost, San Clemente and what to watch with special guests Matt Warshaw and Mark Augias, the creators of Encyclopedia Of Surfing 2.0.
Marlon joins the team, Mexican coaching project, Spanglishness, Wright whales, WSL buys NLand, Pat O'Connell as new WSL commissioner, Surfer Magazine gets sold and the Stab awards, plus: is it possible to have too much volume, my first twin fin, how to put your board on the roof and what to watch.
In Asher’s final show as a Surf Simply coach we talk about longboard wide point concepts, the backlash to equal pay for women, violence in surfing plus: Barbados; five contests in one day and a little lightweight banter on immigration, climate change, and gun control, plus what to watch.
Harry, Jessie, Will, and Teale are back from Europe recording from Surf Simply's new resort for the first time. The guys talk travels, equal prize money, WSL contest action, shapers quiz, representing at the Olympics and what to watch.
People & Company work with some of the world’s most famous house hold names to help them develop branding and build community. This episode is a repost of an interview they did with Ru Hill about how he built Surf Simply. Ru talks about the importance of building up people, knocking down ideas and why better doesn't mean bigger.
Professors Sean Newcomer and Jeff Nestler of California State University are on the forefront of scientific research into surfing. They’re asking questions about how boards work, how waves work and how surfers work. Some of they’re results are surprising and all of their work is fascinating.
Bonnie Tsui tells us about the lives of the women who ride giant waves. Asher judges at the Quintal Loggerhead Classic. Will talks backwards bicycles and neuroplasticity. Plus: drawing iconic board schematics, Harry’s hit parade, world title news and what to watch.