The Inertia Podcast features powerful conversations with individuals making profound contributions to surf and outdoor culture. Enjoy.
Kei Kobayashi Is the Hardest Working Surfer on the Planet
We talk with Kei Kobayashi on The Inertia podcast and discuss his mission to represent his family on the World Tour and why he's the hardest working surfer on the planet.
Split Peak: Is Surfing Leashless Acceptable or Selfish?
Welcome to Episode 1 of Split Peak. This is a special edition of The Inertia Podcast, and the first in a series of debates where we take on some of surfing's most controversial topics. In this episode we go back and forth on whether surfing leashless is acceptable or selfish.
Robin Van Gyn Talks Natural Selection Title, Guiding, and Living a Life Less Ordinary
Robin Van Gyn is one of the most iconic snowboarders to ever strap in. Her riding speaks for itself, born of the steep terrain of British Columbia. We talk about her Natural Selection World Title, the new film and even how her family has looked at her snowboarding career during a really fun conversation. No, Robin Van Gyn is not just a snowboarder. She’s become an inspirational leader in the worlds of snow, skate, and surf.
Ridge Lenny on his Breakout Big Wave Season, Tik-Tok, and Pushing the Limits of Tow-Surfing
Ridge Lenny is a 24-year-old waterman from Maui, who was a rising star in bodyboarding and stand-up paddling before heading off to college on the mainland at the University of San Diego. He's now back on Maui, pursuing a couple of business ventures and pushing the limits of tow-in surfing with his older brother, professional big-wave surfer Kai Lenny. They couldn't be more different. Bt they both like to push it in big ocean conditions. Meet Ridge Lenny.
Gerry Lopez Discusses Meditation, Surfing, Powder, and How to Make the World a Better Place
Gerry Lopez is always a calming force, able to turn a surfing analogy around to explain things happening around us. That’s why it was a pleasure to talk with him recently. Gerry is known the world over for his surfing. But he's more: a pillar of positivity for humanity.
WSL CEO Erik Logan Talks New Australian Events and Pat O'Connell's Resignation
We talk with Erik Logan, CEO of the World Surf League, about recent challenges due to the pandemic and the changes to the Australian leg of the tour after the cancellation of 2020. We also talked about what we can expect from the rest of 2021, the resignation of Pat O’Connell, and more.
The interview and topic is faultless. However, the background noise is insanely annoying, it sounds like someone is doing construction in the same room, the sound of hammering is ridiculous. Super unprofessional and inexcusable.