Podcast by Erik Antonson
121 - Balz Muller
Balz Müller (@radiculo) is a Swiss waterman who has been at the forefront of wing foiling since its inception. While his impressive riding skills are what initially set him apart, it's his infectious enthusiasm and positive mentality that make him a true standout. In this episode, Balz delves into the creative process behind developing new maneuvers, highlighting the importance of dedication and visualization. With the same unwavering passion, Balz is now exploring the exciting realms of downwind and prone foiling. Enjoy!
120 - Steve Tobis
Steve Tobis is a Maui-based waterman who's all about downwind racing and pushing the limits of foil surfing. When he's not sending he's building jet skis for heavy water and designing foil-related gear. With a background in mechanical engineering, he brings a precision-focused approach to the world of foiling
119 - Jeremy Wilmotte
Jeremy Wilmotte (@oceanpixels) returns to recount his trips to Hood River and Namotu, where he saved a life, and his recent move to Armstrong Foils. Jeremy sends it as hard as anyone in the sport and is constantly pushing the boundaries of what's possible on foil, especially in heavy surf.
118 - KT's Keith Teboul
Keith Teboul of KT on his creative process, bringing on Kane DeWilde, the Dragonfly, shaping for some of the world's best, his downwind learning journey and so much more.
117 - Mike Pedigo and Erik on Hood River and Lee Swell Recap
Mike Pedigo comes on the show after an insane tow session to recap the last two weeks, Hood River, AWSI, the amazing foil community, foil design, and coming home to the Lee swell. Its been an epic run!
116 - Dr. Rob Novo
Central Florida frother and anesthesiologist Dr. Rob Novo comes on the podcast to discuss training and staying healthy for foiling. He's also tested tons of gear and goes through what he's currently liking, the solid CFL crew, and then we go deep into flow states from the perspective of his work and turning off the conscious mind in general anesthesia. Enjoy!
Worth your time.
Erik is the go to for the Foil community for information on all things foiling. If you’re missing it you’re missing out.
New to foiling
Being new to foiling I have found this to be an invaluable source of information on all things foil.
I listen to it making my kids school lunches at 4 am before work and always take something from the guests input to apply to my foiling. The foil community we have here in Noosa where I live are a fantastic group of positive, inclusive and collaborative Frothers and my only regret is that I didn’t discover foiling sooner.
We all listen to this podcast and discuss it in the water. It’s all positive vibes only and I look forward to the next guest segment.
Keep up the great work Eric!
A wealth of knowledge
Heaps of useful info relating to gear and technique. The best source of information I’ve found relating to prone foiling. It gets into the technical side which I love and it follows his progress through the sport. If your starting out go straight to episode 1, the later episodes will only rattle you.