Surf Fitness Workout of the Week – Bear Crawls

Written by on 1st December 2015
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This week we are looking at joint strength, mobility and stabilisation. Like a lot of sports, surfing requires a high degree of mobility across the entire body so as not to cause injury. This is where ‘Bear crawls’ come in. Although a basic exercise, they require you to use all your major joints as well as your brain for co-ordination.

bear crawls

  • Start with your hands flat on the floor and up on the balls of your feet
  • Move forwards using your left hand and right leg
  • Continue you this with your right hand and left leg
  • You want to be covering a distance of around 20 feet then put yourself in reverse and walk backwards back to the starting point.
  • Do this for around 30-40 seconds and complete 3-4 rounds

Add these after last weeks exercise; the plank.

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