70 – Martin Dunn, The Godfather Of Surf Coaching Your browser does not support the audio element, which is required to listen to this podcast. Please consider downloading either Chrome or Safari. Recorded on Monday 10th February 2020, with Harry Knight, and, Ru Hill.INTERVIEW: Martin Dunn – The Godfather of Surf Coaching Harry and Ru got to sit down and chat with Australian surf coach, Martin Dunn.You can check out more of Martin’s coaching on his website and also by watching the fantastic videos he has on his YouTube ChannelMartin started coaching surfing in the 1980s after attending a Sports Science degree at university. His final thesis was a breakdown of Thornton Fallander’s cutback at Nias from the 1982 surf movie “Storm Riders” by Jack McCoy. View this post on Instagram . Thornton Fallander Lagundri Bay | Nias | 1980 Filming Storm Riders ————————————— . . . . . . #dickhoole #dickhoolephotography @dickhoole #thorntonfallander #surfing #pioneers #stormriders #hoolemccoy @jackmccoyaloha #nias #indonesia #surfingindonesia #photography #photo #surfphotography #surffilmA post shared by Dick Hoole (@dickhoole) on Oct 29, 2019 at 12:53am PDTMartin mentioned the video series “Progressive Surfing Techniques” by Ian Cairns & Tom Curren, as well as the book “Competitive Surfing, A Dedicated Approach” by Brian Lowdon, which we have a copy of in our Surf Libary at the Surf Simply resort. We also spoke about the High-Performance Center that Surfing Austalia built out in Australia.We spoke about how some students are particularly good at picking up new information, and Martin spoke about how Sally Fitzgibbons is particularly good a learning new skills. View this post on Instagram Sally always looks happy, even after long flights across the Pacific last night. Great to see her with the yellow jersey in the world title race, now ranked no. 1. That smile will only gets bigger if she maintains for the rest of the year. Good luck Sal.A post shared by Martin Dunn (@martin.dunn.surfcoach) on Jun 25, 2019 at 10:24pm PDTWe spoke about dry land simulation training, and Martin spoke about how he likes to use skateboards for some of this. That’s all for this episode folks, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Why not try listening to one of our other Podcasts? 72 – The Unbearable Asymmetry Of Being 71 – Why We Swim 70 – Martin Dunn, The Godfather Of Surf Coaching 69 – The Morning After The Century Before 68 – How To Film Yourself & the EOS 2.0 Head back to the Podcast Homepage to checkout the latest from the our podcast.