Put a bit of weight on over the last few years, seems like as you get older the metabolism slows down, so the fat doesn’t get burnt off.
Went on a special program over 6 weeks and took off around 20 kgs. Now down to my recommended weight of 76 kgs.
Feeling like a million dollars even if I don’t have anywhere near that in the bank.
Looking forward to getting back on some smaller boards over summer.
Still have my nice noserider and a new 9’5″ double ender pintail single fin, as well as a 7’6 round pintail board I built for myself before the weight started to stack on which I haven’t ridden.
Now all we need is some waves. In the meantime some of the boards I have built in the last week or so.
The Big Skipper is an easy paddling longer fish, hand laminated timber veneer fins, blue tint top and bottom, mustard pinlines.
Very pretty board.
There are definitely some advantage of having a dad for a shaper. Chad’s new longboard. 9’1″ x 22 1/2″ x 2 7/8″ Twin concave vee with a long flow through single nose concave. Performer Model with nice laminated timber tail block and classic pinlines.
Finally got some pics of the Mini Simmons (had a camera meltdown).
5’6″ x 20″ Some of the features are a high low rail, double foiled cedar and glass fins, yellow resin tint.
More coming through the factory now.