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Bodyboard-Depot Team Rider Matt Sharman takes us through a basic strength and conditioning circuit for bodyboarding. Notes for the workout: 1. Perform each exercise in order 2. Complete 3-5 rounds 3. Take 1-2 minutes rest between rounds 4. Maintain good form throughout 5. Lighten load if too much i.e. knee press ups instead of full press ups 6. If you feel unwell at any stage stop Filmed by Clare James.
Hi Cerven, congratulations on joining the Bodyboard-Depot Rider Team. Could you tell us a bit about yourself please? Thanks for having me, it’s good to be working with like minded people. In terms of bodyboarding, I am a dropknee rider, I help the IBC with press/media and I am the digital editor for Movement magazine. The bills are paid via my role as a digital designer. I am a husband, a dad to two boys, have one dog and three cats. I like horror, dark art, punk rock. And coffee. We gather that you have recently returned to the sport of bodyboarding....
Mission to Scotland
A few weeks ago, Bodyboard-Depot team rider Matt Sharman drove up to the north coast of Scotland with videographer TJ Hughes.