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Garywayne 2013 Review
By TetonGravityResearch | August 22nd, 2012
In this episode of The Ian Walsh Experience, Ian undergoes training to improve his lung capacity and peace of mind when he wipes out on huge waves. With the help of specialized trainers, he increases his breath holds to over three minutes in just one day. Big wave surfing requires more than just physical fitness; it requires mental endurance to prepare for the inevitable hold-downs that happen when pushing limits goes wrong.
Catch Up On Previous Episodes Of The Ian Walsh Experience Here:
Epic Maui Surfing – Jaws To Honolua With Ian Walsh
Meet Ian Walsh's Family Of Big Wave Charging Surfers
Series Premiere – Ian Walsh Welcomes You To His World
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