stab“It's all about the first hour or so,” says cold water vet @j_d_b_ “This is when you will feel the most flexible and sharp, so you want to make the most of this period. Then, once the cold starts to creep into your body you’ll experience some pain in your hands and feet as they begin to lose feeling. Then your strength, reaction speed and timing starts to slow down and you can experience some blurred vision as your eyes struggle to focus. This is when you should be thinking about getting out and warming up again. It's important to try and warm the body back up slowly.” Iceland, by @654stockholm
- adelio_wetsuitsKilling it @j_d_b_ 🙌🏽
- gdvphotoAmazing! 🏄🌊👏🏻
- chikwaxLove Ur Posts! 😄
- email@example.com @david__cuthbert basically Cape Town water
- tahoek8@runnn777 WHAT 😳👌🏼
- runnn777@tahoek8 screwwwwww that
- rhrositoAwesome place of surfing
- j_lorroBruza on a normal surf sesh!!! #steamerlane @bryce___smith_
- johnnybarrelsSounds like NY, been doing this since 04' welcome to the cold school of hard knocks
- kenheddenA good read on cold water surfing!'
- mathismoreau974@morganfazio974 des conseils pour notre prochaine session de froid
- morganfazio974@mathismoreau974 j'avoue ^^
- shredetlifesgoodGuess the same can apply @rogerbasil @pauldalouis.....
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