Surfing is frequently associated with long-haired goofballs on an endless search for the perfect wave. But as counterintuitive as it sounds, surfing isn’t just a day at the beach. Between heavy waves, naysayers, and massive wipeouts, surfers have to learn to get back up on their boards. Below, five lessons in resiliency, courtesy of surfers worldwide:
If at first you don’t succeed, paddle out again.
Resiliency has been scientifically linked to life satisfaction and, as anyone who’s attempted a first time surf session knows, the sport demands stamina. Paddling out only to wipe out can be exhausting and, at times, read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com