How to Take a Crawl, Walk, Run Approach to ABM

| April 5, 2019

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I’ll never forget my first experience surfing – it was the tail end of surfing season in Nicoya Peninsula of Costa Rica. I was 19, in prime shape, and I thought to myself “how hard could it be? I’ll just rent a board and hit the waves.” With no training but plenty of hubris, I was ready to become a surfer. After hours of flailing around and getting tossed like a ragdoll by the 5-foot swells, I realized I bit of a little more than I could chew. Exhausted, I went ashore and rested.

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