Sunday, November 22, 2009
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Sunday, October 11, 2009
Top Quality Ingredients
We pride ourselves on only using the freshest available 100% certified organic ingredients in our bars.
The ingredients have been carefully chosen and balanced for moderated sugar delivery to the bloodstream, thus preventing the dreaded “rush and crash”. Session Saver gives prolonged energy delivery and can be taken over longer periods as it is a “whole food”.
The bars are prepared at low temperatures that do not destroy many active enzymes and nutrients in the ingredients. Our production process removes the enzyme inhibitors allowing the body to assimilate the available nutrients rapidly.
Session Saver energy bars are a great tasting, high performance, all natural energy bar.
Designed for surfers and excellent for all endurance sports. We are committed to organic whole foods, delivering a fuel your body can truly use.
Session Saver has been chosen by dietitians to assist their clients with their weight loss programs. Helps curb hunger and cravings providing an excellent snack or meal replacement.
Quality Snack Food
Session Saver acts as a low GI food source giving a sweet taste with no sugar rush, highly suitable for kids of all ages! Works as a great instant energy picker-upper .
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Sunday, July 26, 2009
Sunday, July 12, 2009
Friday, July 3, 2009
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
STAND UP PADDLE SURFING TO BE INCLUDED IN SURFING AUSTRALIA’S AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL TITLES AT PORT MACQUARIE
Thursday, April 2, 2009
Monday, March 30, 2009
Thursday, March 19, 2009
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Saturday, March 7, 2009
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
- Increase Fitness
- Improve Core Development
- Enjoy Regular Exercise Activity
- Cross Train
- Stay Fit
- Health & Well-being
Thursday, February 12, 2009
- The person closest to the breaking part of the wave has priority and right of way. Exception: If someone is up and riding, getting onto the wave behind that person does not give you right of way. In other words, the first person on a wave has priority and right of way.
- The person farthest out or waiting longest has priority and right of way. Exception: If someone is consistently paddling out to the farthest spot and catching wave after wave while others wait, that is call wave hogging and the persons' priority is revoked.
- When conditions are fairly low-key, the first person who paddles for a wave or calls for it as priority and right of way. Do not expect this to apply in crowded conditions.
- Do not drop in. Dropping in is taken off on a wave in front of someone who is already up and riding it. (If you are a thoroughly competent surfer, you may be able to take off on a sectioning wave when there is someone already on it, but only if that person is a great distance behind you, you are 100% certain that the person will not be able to make the section, and you will in no way interfere with the flow of that surfer's ride. When there is any doubt, DONT DROP IN.)
- When caught inside, if you need to get past a wave that someone is riding, always paddle behind them on the white water side. Yes, you will probably get stuffed for the sake of someone else's ride, but it is far better to tumble around in white water than to be hit by a board. (Never assume a surfer will sacrifice his ride to avoid hitting you, as some may not care and others may not see you.) Do not paddle in front of someone unless you are ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN that you will be at least 20 feet in front of them.
- Do not kick out, bail out, or release your board in a manner that puts other surfers at risk.
- Give respect to gain respect.
- Give away a sweet wave to somebody you don't even know. This will make you an automatic member of the GROUNDSWELL SOCIETY, an organisation dedicated "To every surfer who gives someone else the wave when they didn't have to."
Monday, February 9, 2009
Sunday, February 8, 2009
- Always paddle with a partner stay within close proximity of on another
- Always use a leash
- Carry a cell phone in a waterproof case
- Carry a whistle
- Carry water
- Practice sun protection with sunscreen, a hot or visor, eyewear, and a surf shirt.
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Sunday, February 1, 2009
Monday, January 12, 2009
This is a very efficient blade with a good catch and clean release.
Dimensions of Paddle 8.5" wide, 16" long
and an 8-degree angle.
We have two different types of our tapered shafts
Shaft lengths made to order.
These design currently out of stock.
We make all our Paddles locally on the Sunshine Coast - so have the ability to customize paddles to individuals. What a great way to pick your paddle out of the crowd.
(Check out the Google map for a closer view ..)
Give us a ring on 0418 300620 if you're coming to town and we can arrange to show you the range of boards in stock.
We may have the odd board or two in selected surf shops, ask if there's any near you.
Email us at: email@example.com
Tuesday, January 6, 2009
Honey Girl was founded in Hawaii in 1997, when it's first collection of Junior/Women swimwear and clothing was launched.
It all started when Louisa Hoover began designing swimsuits for herself and friends to wear surfing. "The fun part was testing the suits", remembers Louisa, who grew up on a boat in Waikiki just steps from her favorite home break "Kaisers" and knew the necessity of a good "surf suit".
Today Honey Girl can be found in over 100 of the best surf and swim shops throughout Hawaii, East Coast, West Coast, Canada, Australia, Japan, and Carribean.
To meet the high demand for matching Toddler & Tween line of swimwear, Louisa launched her first children's swimwear collection in 2000 for which her baby daughter (Chelsea) was her inspiration for a line that became Little Honeys. The Little Honeys collection offers swimwear and clothing for toddlers & girls ages 1 to 14.
At Honey Girl, we take pride in the construction, fit, and function of our swimwear, and use only high quality fabric and lining, as well as durable sewing (made in the USA). We hope you enjoy wearing Honey Girl as much as we enjoy designing them!
Contact Jodie direct if you would like your very own Bikini party showing at your place.
Also available Little Honeys
Photo By the awesome Peter Aitchison.
Bo Herbert Memorial Race
21st - 22nd Feb 2009
30 / 40 km
Check out link for more details
Noosa Festival of Surfing
15th - 22nd March
All SUP events on the Sunday 15th March
More details on
21st - 29th March
Honolua Distance Race
Snapper to Currumbin Alley
Honolua Surf Challenge
SEQ OC1, OC2 & SUP Series
October - December 2009
Australian OC1, OC2 & SUP Nationals
Goals for 2009:
Arrival of Wainui Canoes
Conan Herbert 2008 Molokai Channel
New Paddles which include:
Tahitian OC Paddle
Small water Steers Paddle
Honey Girl Water Wear Bikinis -
Check out our shop list for more details on places you can find Kia Kaha MK SUP 8.5'
November was full with OC1 & SUP races with Kia Kaha giving away 11 vouchers at the final of the SEQ OC1 OC2 Series.
Mariana from Kaipuna OCC was the luck winner of the most improved paddle for the Series and walked away with a new MK OC 8.5 Paddle - we made a few changes for Mariana as she is still young with developing bones. The MK OC 8.5' has a FG shaft which has slightly more flex in it than the normal Hybrid OC paddle. With this type of shaft Mariana will be able to change it while she is growing.
December saw the OC1, OC2 & SUP Australian Long Distance Nationals held by Coffs Coast OCC. It was a fully packed weekend with the 8 km & 25 km races held on the Sunday.
Results from the SUP races
Sue Sheard - 14' Vortice
Jodie Marsh - 14' Penetrator
Woogie Marsh - 18' Penetrator
Paul Jackson - DC 17'
Jake Talbort - DC 16'
Simon Dodd - Vortice
Dale Chapman - DC 16'
All paddled a great race in testing conditions
for more results check out the Coffs Harbour - coffsoutriggers.com/tag/nationals/
Footage from the 25 km Race