Henrik Beyer releases third edition of his windsurfing fitness bible

August 17, 2015 | Windsurfing
Victor Fernandez: he learns with Henrik Beyer | Photo: Carter/PWA

Health promoter, personal trainer and author Henrik Beyer is aiming to get even more windsurfers healthy and fit for windsurfing in the third edition of "Health & Fitness for Windsurfing".

Beyer, who is also a contributing writer at SurferToday.com, is passionate about helping sailors improve knowledge on health and fitness issues. The new edition of his book includes an exclusive interview with the wave sailing maestro Victor Fernández.

"When healthy and fit, professional windsurfers rapidly observe increased sailing performances and reduced injuries. For example, Victor Fernández López knows the importance of working out and keeping it fun and acknowledges the benefits of being assisted by personal trainers," underlines Henrik Beyer.

The third edition of "Health & Fitness for Windsurfing" provides ready-made periodized strength and conditioning programs for amateur and professional windsurfers. The book guides you through two methodical and scientifically based 52-week training programs, as well as a 15-week intensive program.

Health & Fitness for Windsurfing: Henrik Beyer's third update

Additionally, it includes windsurfing articles, exercise descriptions, information about preventing injuries in windsurfing and recommendations regarding stretching, nutrition, warm-up and recovery.

Beyer's latest update will effectively improve your muscular strength, power and endurance, as well as cardiovascular fitness with the goal of improving performance and reducing injuries. You can also track your progress with an easy-to-use layout for recording details.

"Your success in training is important for me, and I am proud to have communication with my readers, to assist them towards greater windsurfing health and fitness," concludes Henrik Beyer.

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