McNamara drops into 45-footer on WaveJet prototype
Just how high-tech is surfing going to go? Certainly big wave riders need all the protection they can get and things like friends on jet skis and avalanche rescue inspired airbags are terrific tools for getting out of deep, dark wavy places. However, I’m afraid there will come a time when someone dies as a result of a mechanical failure, not at the hands of mother ocean.
Surfing and Zoomba
Surfing has finally made into the aerobics studio via the RipSurfer X, a treadmill like machine that combines the best in stupid fitness marketing with inflatable balls and a real board to stimulate the muscles used when, you know, actually taking part in the sport. Its patent is pending and it costs close to $800. Here’s a more affordable alternative.