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Balz Müller (@radiculo) is a Swiss waterman who has been at the forefront of wing foiling since its inception. While his impressive riding skills are what initially set him apart, it's his infectious enthusiasm and positive mentality that make him a true standout. In this episode, Balz delves into the creative process behind developing new maneuver…
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Steve Tobis is a Maui-based waterman who's all about downwind racing and pushing the limits of foil surfing. When he's not sending he's building jet skis for heavy water and designing foil-related gear. With a background in mechanical engineering, he brings a precision-focused approach to the world of foiling…
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I’ve decided that sustainable time management is my new goal rather than focusing on productivity. In this episode, we’re exploring what that means to have a system of sustainable time (and life!) management. Listen in to hear: Why sustainability matters more than productivity 3 ways we can start creating a more sustainable system for time manageme…
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This episode is for anyone who feels trapped by a life of perpetual busy-ness and craves a simpler, calmer experience of their life. A common theme I see among the overstretched business owners I've worked with over the years is their tendency to take on way more work than they actually have capacity for. They feel like they're never doing enough, …
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Jeremy Wilmotte (@oceanpixels) returns to recount his trips to Hood River and Namotu, where he saved a life, and his recent move to Armstrong Foils. Jeremy sends it as hard as anyone in the sport and is constantly pushing the boundaries of what's possible on foil, especially in heavy surf.Bởi Erik Antonson
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How often do you mentally jump ahead to a future time when things are sure to be better than they are today? I am so guilty of this and it's something I'm working through right now as I impatiently wait for the end of this pregnancy. I'm re-learning (this is definitely not my first time struggling with trying to escape the present moment!) what I c…
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I've been noticing lately that there are two activities that pay major dividends in every aspect of my life. Two activities that, when I take time for them, create MORE time and energy. Yet they are also the very first things that I drop when things get hectic or stressful (which happens to be right when I need them the most). Listen in to hear wha…
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The Progress Project is back! Well, kind of. ;) After a couple years away, Kristin is back to share a new limited series on time, time management, and productivity. (More episodes or short series might happen later, possibly? We’ll see!) In this episode, I’m sharing an update on the last couple years, plus the insights on time/life management I pic…
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Central Florida frother and anesthesiologist Dr. Rob Novo comes on the podcast to discuss training and staying healthy for foiling. He's also tested tons of gear and goes through what he's currently liking, the solid CFL crew, and then we go deep into flow states from the perspective of his work and turning off the conscious mind in general anesthe…
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Zane Schweitzer is a Hawaiian Waterman. He excels at all surf sports and has been foiling longer than anyone but the strapped crew. In this episode Zane comes on to preview the upcoming Hawaiian foil race season. We get into gear, strategy, conditions and predictions....Bởi Erik Antonson
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Ryan Arzy (@lafoiler) is a foil obsessed coach from Los Angeles that works on Namotu Island teaching surf, wing, downwind, and tow foiling during the Summer and works with Foiling Magazine to write the Friday Pump Newsletter and as a gear tester. He comes on the show to share how he approaches sharing/introducing this sport with others and how this…
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Alex Hayes (@alexhayes) is an adventure sports athlete. He is going to be leading the charge in foil surfing pushing bigger and heavier surf. When he's not foiling he's jumping out of planes or off clips, sending over the ledge on some of the worlds heaviest waves or traveling the world. He's a breath of positivity on social media where he has over…
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Cliffy comes back on the show to discuss the process of designing and testing the Progression Foils. The foil was a conceived on the podcast last year, so we thought it would be fun to recap the trials and tribulations of what it takes to produce a foil.Bởi Erik Antonson
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Noah Flegel and Austin Tovey are both multi-sport watermen with extensive accolades in their areas of focus. They are close friends, were college roommates, and are currently leading the charge in progressive foil surfing both in the ocean and on the wake. This show provides a glimpse into their passion and competition that is driving our sport for…
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Daniela Moroz might have more time on foil than any other podcast guest. She is the 6x Formula Kite World Champion, 4x US Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year, a member of USA SailGP Team and an avid surf, tow and wing foiler. Daniela comes on the show to discuss her 2024 campaign for the Paris Olympics, her comfort with speed on foil, training regimen an…
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Laird Hamilton is a world renowned waterman. He is a pioneer in big wave surfing, sup surfing, and foil surfing. In this episode he chronicles the early days of foiling, discusses training and flow states, risk assessment, staying true to his North Star and why his goal is to be the Old Wizard.Bởi Erik Antonson
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Sebastian Junger is the #1 New York Times Bestselling author of THE PERFECT STORM, FIRE, A DEATH IN BELMONT, WAR, TRIBE and FREEDOM. As an award-winning journalist, a contributing editor to Vanity Fair and a special correspondent at ABC News. His documentary Restrepo was nominated for an Academy Award and won the Grand Prize at Sundance.…
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Joel Pilgrim (@joelpilgrim) comes on the show to tell the story of how his foil saved a life. Joel is the founder of Waves of Wellness. WOW is a health charity pioneering surf therapy intervention for mental health, and breaking down the stigma and barriers to accessing traditional therapeutic support. This conversation gets a bit deeper than a nor…
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Josh Ku is an Australian waterman best known in the surf world for charging some of the heaviest slabs in Oz. He's taken on foiling and is quickly becoming one of the best prone and downwind foilers. In the podcast Josh talks about going from foil-curious, to closet-foiler, to full blown Foilbrained. Why it's best to dive in head first in downwind.…
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Tom Carroll is a2x World Surf Champion and lifelong waterman. He is currently frothing on the foil. He comes back on the show for a soulful conversation about his journey, his draw to flow and mediation, how foiling fits into his watertime and tons more... Enjoy a conversation with one of the legends in our sport.…
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Erik Christensen (@EricFoil) comes on to discuss his journey into downwind, the struggles and successes, the differences in learning DW compared to winging, the epic trips and amazing friends he's gained through foiling and what makes the foiling community so incredible.Bởi Erik Antonson
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Jeremy Wilmotte (@oceanpixels) was born in Belgium and now calls Sydney, Australia home for himself and family. He began foiling roughly 4 years ago and has never looked back. He states "every single foiling division is so much fun no matter how many obstacles get thrown at me to return to the normal path of the standard citizen. Recently I have st…
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Kawika (@childrenofthefreeworld) can't be summed up in a short bio, and I wouldn't attempt to, but I will say he's the most soulful guy I've had on the show and I've given a lot of thought to our conversation. In foiling, he's an Oahu ripper who's sending prone and downwind at the highest level. You're going to love getting to know Kawika.…
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Jeremy Riggs (@paddlewithriggs)goes deep on his downwind journey and techniques he's using to voyage the seas.Jeremy Riggs was born on April 2nd, 1972 in Wilmington North Carolina. Growing up he always enjoyed going to the beach and riding waves. Riggs had always dreamed of riding waves in Hawaii. In 1997, at the age of 25, he had the opportunity t…
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