Challenge, Indo Board Community! Do a series of Indo Board tricks without your Indo Board touching the ground like Team Rider, Connor Brondes.
Find Conner Brondes at www.instagram.com/cbrondes10/?hl=en
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Professional flyboarder and Indo Board Team Rider, Connor Brondes, has been riding his Indo Board since he was 11 years old.
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Ten Years a Sport: Voices from Sup Pioneers on
WHERE WE’VE BEEN & WHERE WE’RE GOING!
By Clay Feeter, publisher of Standup Journal
Hunter Joslin, president, Indo Board Balance Trainer, Indian Harbour Beach, FL
I first experienced sup in 2006 when I purchased the very first sup paddle that Kialoa produced. It was all aluminum, and I used a 12-foot Greg Loehr Longboard for my first meager attempts to figure out what Laird was talking about. It was very difficult due to the 23-inch width of the board and the fact that there were no instructions back then.
The standup evolution, for me, started with a complete collection of the Surftech Donald Takayama boards. Starting on the 11’3”, I progressed over a short amount of time to the 10’3”, then the 9’8”, 9’4”, 8’8” and settled finely on the 8’4” as my everyday sup wave rider. In 2010 I had my right hip re-surfaced, and I used sup as a huge part of my rehabilitation. Using a Surftech 12’6” BARK, I began with 3- to 4-mile paddles, and steadily worked up to 6–10 milers over a year’s time. As my hip grew stronger I realized how much better I was surfing due to the increased fitness of my core, shoulders and legs from consistent suping.
Now here I am 10 years after my first sup experience, and I cannot believe the growth the sport has achieved and the future potential still to be achieved! As a child of the skateboard revolution back in the ‘60s and ‘70s, I can compare the growth of sup to that era. Gradually sup has introduced surfing inland! Skateboarding introduced surfing to inland dwellers; certainly not the same demographic, but inland nonetheless! Skateboarding attracted the non-conformists and social outcasts while sup is doing exactly the opposite. Suddenly tri-athletes, adventure racers, cyclists, trainers and fitness-minded people became interested in sup! This is the demographic that skateboarding never appealed to! Sup racks on cars and pickups are now everywhere from coast to coast.
Plans for 2017? The sport hasn’t even begun to plateau, but the rapid change in equipment is definitely difficult for the different brands to keep up without losing money due to outdated inventory. I’m fortunate, as the Indo Board designs are not subject to that product evolution. The Indo Yoga Board that I designed specifically for the sup yoga market is still growing and will continue to be an important part of our product mix. The importance of balance training, as an important aspect of the whole sup experience, will never go away, and I look forward to continuing to be an active part of the sup community.
Biggest surprise? The huge development of inflatables across the whole spectrum of sup board designs. I never thought inflatables could be as large a market segment as they have become.
Indo Board Man, Hunter “Mouth Of The South” Joslin – MC of the Surfing Santa Event, December 24, 2015 in Cocoa Beach, Florida, USA!
All proceeds go to Grind For Life, a skateboard organization that helps people with cancer, and the the Florida Surf Museum, dedicated in preserving the history of surfing in Florida. For more information, please go to surfingsantas.org/
“LOVE” this! If you can, come join the Indo Board Team Italia Surf Camp in Fuertevura, Italy!
DATE: 21-28 November 2015. ALL levels welcome.
For more information, please go to surfcamp.it/europa/isole-canarie/fuerteventura/proposte/surf-camp/indo-board-surf-camp
A proposal that combines a destination Fuerteventura that offers excellent surfing conditions all year round, a surf camp loved by many customers and with over twenty years experience as a surf school to training with the Indo Board before and after the surf course , immersed in the context of the beautiful beaches of Fuerteventura and night life of Corralejo! Why the use of Indo Board as training preparatory to surf? Why Indo Board means training balance, concentration, coordination. It is to build, refineand stabilize new motor patterns not previously possessed. It means to sharpen our abilityto adapt, enhance the capacity for motor control and guidance, improving fluidity, harmony and security in doing athletic.Train "dry" on the Indus Board allows our body to acquire the motor patterns to reproduce when you are in the water, until they become the automatism. All this results in a shortening of learning times and a great improvement in performance on the surfboard. The assitance for Indoboard will be held by "Indoboard Team Italy ASD", affiliated Libertas and registered at CONI n ° 237513 Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Beginner DATE: 21-28 November 2015 PARTICIPANTS: minimum 6 - max 15 people
Indo Board Surf Pack includes: Overnight 7 nights surf house Surf Course 6 days 4 hours per day Board and wetsuit hire Transport to the beach Airport Shuttle Service WIFI in surf house Indoboard Session 1h + 1h morning evening Ability to add PHOTOGRAPHY and / or SPANISH COURSE
Are you in Italy and would like to purchase an Indo Board? Here you go!
CONTACT Indo Board distributor of http://www.indoboard.it Guido Virgulti Street Ribera 19 00132 - Rome - Italy Cell: ( +39 ) 335 7203166 Fax: ( +39 ) 06 20761619 Email: email@example.com Are you located somewhere else in the world and would like to purchase an Indo Board? Please go to http://indoboard.com/international. If you have any questions, please be sure to call us at (321)777-6021. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 10:00AM to 5:00PM Eastern Standard Time, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a great day! 🙂 Georgette
Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian hosts the Surfing Heritage & Culture National Luau, SHACC, August 21 – 24, 2015.
Indo Board President, Hunter Joslin, was very happy to represent the East Coast surfing tribe at the Surfing Heritage and Culture Center National Luau, SHACC, with an Original Indo Board with Robert August graphic for the event’s silent auction. A big thank you goes to East Coast Surfing Hall of Fame member, Jim Cartland and his wife, Pam, for placing the highest bid. Proceeds of the auction will go to the preservation of the Surfing Heritage and Culture Center located in San Clemente, California. www.surfingheritage.org
The Surfing Heritage & Culture Center SHACC, in association with the Smithsonian National Museum of American History in Washington, DC, is dedicated to the preservation and to the history of surfing.
The Original Indo Board with Robert August Graphic, features the iconic Robert August Endless Summer logo. Here’s a link to the iconic surf film starring Robert, The Endless Summer.
Happy day to you. Georgette