Surf for Your Life eBook ã Surf for PDF/EPUB ²

Surf for Your Life eBook ã Surf for PDF/EPUB ²

Surf for Your Life ➱ [Read] ➬ Surf for Your Life By Mick Fanning ➼ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Mick Fanning is young, but he s had many experiences that most of us never will How does it feel to lose a brother Win a world title Rip your hamstring muscle clean off the bone Weave through a zipper Mick Fanning is young, but he s had many experiences that most of us never will How does it feel to lose a brother Win a world title Rip your hamstring muscle clean off the bone Weave through a zippering Superbank barrel fororseconds or paddle over the ledge at places like Pipeline and Teahupo Have scoliosis so bad you can t get off the floor Address the New South Wales state of origin team Surf for PDF/EPUB ² before a match, bowl to Matty Hayden, and have Dave Warner belt you for consecutive sixes Mick tells his life story candidly in turns funny, sensitive, thoughtful, self deprecating while providing intimate insights into the personal lessons gained along the way with practical tips on surfing technique, fitness, nutrition, board design, travel, competitive strategies, and mental clarity Mick has overcome personal tragedy and career threatening injury on his way to claiming theworld surfing title Universally acknowledged as the most focused and driven competitive surfer of his era, his approach to surfing, sports psychology, life, and relationships makes fascinating reading The essential principles of perseverance, hard work, and overcoming obstacles in pursuit of your dreams will inspire anyone.


10 thoughts on “Surf for Your Life

  1. Tyler Tyler says:

    THIS BOOK IS A SHORT BIOGHRAPHY ABOUT MICK AND HIS BROTHERS LIFE, FILLED WITH PICTURES AND INSPIRING STORIES, THIS BOOK IS GREAT FOR NOT JUST A SURFER BUT A INSPIRED SPORTMAN WHOS WILLING TO PUT IN THE HARD WORK.


  2. Duncan McIntyre Duncan McIntyre says:

    Great book aside from wanting to make me surfand appreciate what the sport does for the soul, this book also shows anything is possible Good inspiration on how to make a plan to achieve goals, stay positive and stick with it through all adversity.


  3. Deborah Ideiosepius Deborah Ideiosepius says:

    I finished this book quite a few days ago, I have been sitting on the memory, rolling the aftertaste around in my mouth, trying to put a review together in my headI am not a surfer, absolutely love watching them but I can t do it myself When I took a lesson I found that my complete inability to so much as body surf was less of a problem than my inability to control a surfboard twice my height I nearly smashed my brains out with it an no one else in the water was safe either.The point I am m I finished this book quite a few days ago, I have been sitting on the memory, rolling the aftertaste around in my mouth, trying to put a review together in my headI am not a surfer, absolutely love watching them but I can t do it myself When I took a lesson I found that my complete inability to so much as body surf was less of a problem than my inability to control a surfboard twice my height I nearly smashed my brains out with it an no one else in the water was safe either.The point I am making is that you do not need to be a surfer to enjoy this book The early story of how Mick Fanning became a professional surfer and multiple title holder is fascinating reading, in the early parts it documents a little of his early childhood and family background It goes on to describe his adolescence near surfers paradise, the lucky breaks that helped him get sponsors and the slow development of his professional career Through this book I have come to understand so muchabout the professional world of surfing than I ever did before, but now I want to knowThe narrative style of the book is unusual rather than a single progressive story it back flips in time a bit It tells parts of the story from the perspectives of lots of different people, Mick Fanning himself, of course, but also his friends, family, personal trainers and associates I think this style of writing may be aiming at people who are not so much avid readers as avidly interested in Mick Fanning and his career, that s fine but I found the writing style a little fragmented and at times, disconnected.One thing that I loved about it, Fanning himself came across as a deeply admirable individual Committed to his sport and giving it his best, as having a big heart for the people around him and a sense of humility in the face of an extraordinary career There are so many sport heroes in the news for less than admirable behaviors it is great to read about someone who has worked so hard to be the best they can and seems to totally deserve doing as well as he has.Go the 2015 title Mick


  4. Jess Jess says:

    A wonderful book written by a great Australian surfer I ve always heard the name Mick Fanning and now after reading his book I d love to get into supporting the surfing scene This book gives you a feeling of warmth, friendship, loss and love The book went above and beyond my expectations and now I m excited to readbooks about surfers Fanning really opens up in this book and the love he has for friends, family, surfing and the world is truly amazing and inspirational


  5. Susan Fritz Susan Fritz says:

    More like 3.5, but bumped it up b c it made me want to surf while I was in Australia For those non surfers out there, this was a good intro on how you can fall in love with surfing This is also the dude that got bit by the shark this past year while in competition.


  6. Puffy Puffy says:

    A very good book Inspirational and funny at times I feel like I m friend with Mick fanning now A must read for surfers


  7. Michelle Drielsma Michelle Drielsma says:

    Mick is a surfing legend and inspiration. the challenges he has faced is immense Totally worth the read.


  8. Jack Brady Jack Brady says:

    Great book Motivating and inspiring.


  9. BCPL Youth Services Librarian BCPL Youth Services Librarian says:

    Click to see book in BCPL s online catalog Click to see book in BCPL s online catalog


  10. Adib Adib says:

    Really enjoyable read There isto this prosurfer than meets the eye A great outlook in life with some inspiring tales.


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10 thoughts on “Surf for Your Life

  1. Tyler Tyler says:

    THIS BOOK IS A SHORT BIOGHRAPHY ABOUT MICK AND HIS BROTHERS LIFE, FILLED WITH PICTURES AND INSPIRING STORIES, THIS BOOK IS GREAT FOR NOT JUST A SURFER BUT A INSPIRED SPORTMAN WHOS WILLING TO PUT IN THE HARD WORK.

  2. Duncan McIntyre Duncan McIntyre says:

    Great book aside from wanting to make me surfand appreciate what the sport does for the soul, this book also shows anything is possible Good inspiration on how to make a plan to achieve goals, stay positive and stick with it through all adversity.

  3. Deborah Ideiosepius Deborah Ideiosepius says:

    I finished this book quite a few days ago, I have been sitting on the memory, rolling the aftertaste around in my mouth, trying to put a review together in my headI am not a surfer, absolutely love watching them but I can t do it myself When I took a lesson I found that my complete inability to so much as body surf was less of a problem than my inability to control a surfboard twice my height I nearly smashed my brains out with it an no one else in the water was safe either.The point I am m I finished this book quite a few days ago, I have been sitting on the memory, rolling the aftertaste around in my mouth, trying to put a review together in my headI am not a surfer, absolutely love watching them but I can t do it myself When I took a lesson I found that my complete inability to so much as body surf was less of a problem than my inability to control a surfboard twice my height I nearly smashed my brains out with it an no one else in the water was safe either.The point I am making is that you do not need to be a surfer to enjoy this book The early story of how Mick Fanning became a professional surfer and multiple title holder is fascinating reading, in the early parts it documents a little of his early childhood and family background It goes on to describe his adolescence near surfers paradise, the lucky breaks that helped him get sponsors and the slow development of his professional career Through this book I have come to understand so muchabout the professional world of surfing than I ever did before, but now I want to knowThe narrative style of the book is unusual rather than a single progressive story it back flips in time a bit It tells parts of the story from the perspectives of lots of different people, Mick Fanning himself, of course, but also his friends, family, personal trainers and associates I think this style of writing may be aiming at people who are not so much avid readers as avidly interested in Mick Fanning and his career, that s fine but I found the writing style a little fragmented and at times, disconnected.One thing that I loved about it, Fanning himself came across as a deeply admirable individual Committed to his sport and giving it his best, as having a big heart for the people around him and a sense of humility in the face of an extraordinary career There are so many sport heroes in the news for less than admirable behaviors it is great to read about someone who has worked so hard to be the best they can and seems to totally deserve doing as well as he has.Go the 2015 title Mick

  4. Jess Jess says:

    A wonderful book written by a great Australian surfer I ve always heard the name Mick Fanning and now after reading his book I d love to get into supporting the surfing scene This book gives you a feeling of warmth, friendship, loss and love The book went above and beyond my expectations and now I m excited to readbooks about surfers Fanning really opens up in this book and the love he has for friends, family, surfing and the world is truly amazing and inspirational

  5. Susan Fritz Susan Fritz says:

    More like 3.5, but bumped it up b c it made me want to surf while I was in Australia For those non surfers out there, this was a good intro on how you can fall in love with surfing This is also the dude that got bit by the shark this past year while in competition.

  6. Puffy Puffy says:

    A very good book Inspirational and funny at times I feel like I m friend with Mick fanning now A must read for surfers

  7. Michelle Drielsma Michelle Drielsma says:

    Mick is a surfing legend and inspiration. the challenges he has faced is immense Totally worth the read.

  8. Jack Brady Jack Brady says:

    Great book Motivating and inspiring.

  9. BCPL Youth Services Librarian BCPL Youth Services Librarian says:

    Click to see book in BCPL s online catalog Click to see book in BCPL s online catalog

  10. Adib Adib says:

    Really enjoyable read There isto this prosurfer than meets the eye A great outlook in life with some inspiring tales.

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