• Abstract

    In the last decades, the surf has grown significantly in Brazil. There are currently more than 3 million practitioners, making our country the leader with the largest number of supporters in the world. These data already justify the importance of suggesting a specific physical training session model for the surf modality, with the objective of improving the performance of surfers, in addition to preventing the potential risk of some injuries. Surfing, as a sport, is classified as a complex form of coordination. Its practice requires the training and development of different physical skills and abilities. The training session proposed in the present study is a class alternative that can be used for the surfing public in general. However, a competitive surfer may, at some point during his training period, use this session model, considering the individualization, the volume and the intensity of the load.

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Guedes, K. M., Souza, P., Silva, R. P. da, & Guedes Jr, D. P. (2021). Systematization of a specific training session for surfers. Multidisciplinary Science Journal, 3(2), 2021008. https://doi.org/10.29327/multiscience.2021008
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