4 Ways to sort out Just like a Beach Lifeguard



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I get paid to get tan and work out. I get paid to get tan and work out Being a beach lifeguard is without a doubt the best summer job There are a number of different ways. 13 Fun Ways to Work Out on the Beach. chevron_left PREV: So grab a water bottle, slather on the sunscreen and try some of these fun ways to get in a workout on the beach. 1. COMBINE LOUNGING WITH TONING. You might run to the lifeguard stand and back, then to a rock and back and then to someone’s towel and back.

Try this 30-minute interval beach workout, courtesy of Zack Daley, trainer and training manager at Tone House. It features running as well as bodyweight exercises to improve total-body strength. Jan 1, 2019 Explore ly tran’s board “Beach lifeguard” on Pinterest. See more ideas about Beach lifeguard, Lifeguard, Beach. Simply mark out a big circle, place ten rocks around the edge at equal intervals and then assign an exercise to each rock.

Pushups, lunges, sit-ups, jumping jacks, squat thrusts, burpees – any move that requires no equipment goes. Explore katrinacohen73’s board “beach lifeguard” on Pinterest. See more ideas about Beach lifeguard, Lifeguard, Bondi beach. Running on sand will further prepare you for a lifeguard position at the beach. Run up stairs or stadiums to build your lower body strength.

In order to swim as fast as you can, you must have strong legs to help propel yourself through the water. 4. April 1 through October 31, daily, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. November 1 through March 31, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Lifeguards are available to assist at guarded beaches from Memorial Day to Labor Day. From Memorial Day through Labor Day, Mobi-Mats are available at the Cape Henlopen Main Beach area. Crunches Exercises Lifeguard Upper Body Workout & Exercises Lifeguards are always using their bodies on the job Lifeguard Workouts Lifeguards Planks Pull-ups Russian Twists Tricep Kickbacks Upper Body Workout workout Workouts for Lifeguards. Running on sand will further prepare you for a lifeguard position at the beach.

Run up stairs or stadiums to build your lower body strength. In order to swim as fast as you can, you must have strong legs to help propel yourself through the water. Strengthen your core and upper body.

List of related literature:

■ Swim restricted-breathing sets: Instead of breathing every one or two strokes, breathe every three, five, or seven.

“Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life” by Ben Greenfield
from Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life
by Ben Greenfield
Victory Belt Publishing, 2017

Beach workouts that involve sprints, burpees, push-ups, mountain climbers, lunges, and squats can easily be combined with forays into the water for freestyle and underwater swimming.

“Boundless: Upgrade Your Brain, Optimize Your Body & Defy Aging” by Ben Greenfield
from Boundless: Upgrade Your Brain, Optimize Your Body & Defy Aging
by Ben Greenfield
Victory Belt Publishing, 2020

As determined by the American College of Sports Medicine, requirements for proper cardiovascular training are three to five workouts per week, at 20 to 30 minutes per session, at an intensity of 70 to 80 percent of maximum heart rate—all numbers that fall well within the range of the dedicated surfer’s routine.

“The Encyclopedia of Surfing” by Matt Warshaw
from The Encyclopedia of Surfing
by Matt Warshaw
Harcourt, 2005

CLIENT: I’m not much of a swimmer, and I can’t really see myself joining my wife’s water aerobics class, but I could try aqua jogging while she’s in her class.

“Motivational Interviewing in Nutrition and Fitness” by Dawn Clifford, Laura Curtis
from Motivational Interviewing in Nutrition and Fitness
by Dawn Clifford, Laura Curtis
Guilford Publications, 2016

The second method is by swimming along set of repeats at threshold speed.

“Swimming Fastest” by Ernest W. Maglischo
from Swimming Fastest
by Ernest W. Maglischo
Human Kinetics, 2003

Part III (“Group Exercise Modalities”) focuses on the practical teaching skills required for the most common modalities: kickboxing, step, stationary indoor cycling, sport conditioning, boot camp, high-intensity interval training (HIIT), water exercise, yoga, and Pilates.

“Methods of Group Exercise Instruction” by Mary M. Yoke, Carol Armbruster
from Methods of Group Exercise Instruction
by Mary M. Yoke, Carol Armbruster
Human Kinetics, 2019

• Swim 2 x 300 yards at A intensity with 15-sec rest interwal (rest at the wall) • Cool-down: Swim 150 yards, descending from A to EZ intensity (may use mixed strokes)

“Developing Endurance” by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association, Ben Reuter
from Developing Endurance
by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association, Ben Reuter
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2012

In addition to the previously described exercises, an aquatic program that includes lap work using freestyle or flutter kicking, water walking, water aerobics, and deep-water running is encouraged.

“Noyes' Knee Disorders: Surgery, Rehabilitation, Clinical Outcomes E-Book” by Frank R. Noyes
from Noyes’ Knee Disorders: Surgery, Rehabilitation, Clinical Outcomes E-Book
by Frank R. Noyes
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2009

1 Devise your own checklist for the preparation of a water-based fitness session, considering the pool environment and clientele you will be teaching.

“The Essential Guide to Fitness” by Rosemary Marchese, Julie Taylor, Kirsten Fagan
from The Essential Guide to Fitness
by Rosemary Marchese, Julie Taylor, Kirsten Fagan
Cengage Learning Australia, 2019

6) Have the patient swim or walk in the underwater treadmill for 10–15 minutes, every 1–3 days.

“Laser Therapy in Veterinary Medicine: Photobiomodulation” by Ronald J. Riegel, John C. Godbold, Jr.
from Laser Therapy in Veterinary Medicine: Photobiomodulation
by Ronald J. Riegel, John C. Godbold, Jr.
Wiley, 2017

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  • I’m thankful you both are up north with all the aberrant weather. Be careful though as upper east coast has weather headed for you. FYI FOR Jetty Coban same stuff used on humans but made for vets with honey especially manuka honey is very effective and makes a great cup of green tea too. Apply honey Then dressings with plenty of padding on the boney prominence will be helpful after healing up the area a tea bag moistened and placed on area for 20 minutes 2xd will help toughen area d/2 the tannins. If you see her licking area apple bitters to area or product called yuck helps prevent that. I take it that the carpet to pee on failed our suggestions❓❓❤️��

  • Las pruebas de socorrista en piscinas no tienen nada que ver con las de playa si viviese en ciudad con playa pues si que lo intentaría pero me conformo con las de piscina llevo ya 3 añitos


  • Gotta love homemade waffles. Someone mentioned hats, how about a good quality visor. Just a thought, I’d buy one. Cheers! PS: I have ordered a t-shirt.

  • As a former lifeguard, we too did our own creative workouts using whatever was available. I liked all the exercises especially the tricep in the corner dip. I too use to run up 14 flights of stairs everyday as part of my workout but you should NEVER run down the stairs as this can cause great injury to the knees. Thank you for posting this video!:)

  • Those waffles look fantastic. Sierra I am here for your defense. A spartan lifestyle is commendable, but an occasional luxury is necessary.

  • Bill Sierra, Looks like jose will be close to you either Tuesday or wednesday, You might want to think about going into Long Island sound and meaby Up into either Thames or connecticut rivers. Just in case

  • Fire island!..Growing up I spent every summer up and down Long Island Sound, Block Island and Westerly, RI….Nice and close when you
    Live in CT..

  • Hey guys, just a heads up. Around wed morning Tropical storm 10 should be at it’s closest to long Island. Could be some good waves, and Rip currents

  • Are you anchored at Fair Harbor? The spot that you anchored your tinder looks identical to the front of our family’s old house there.

  • These people are taking this to the extreme. I have been a certified lifeguard for two years now. My training was nothing like this

  • My wife liked your shirts, so we ordered 1 for each of us. It is inspiring to see you kids enjoying life and having great adventures. Keep it up.

  • if you read the slide rules it probably says no running up or down stairs. I thought life guards were supposed to be a good example

  • ahhahaha i do obliques! for ALL the ladiees lol x:P ahahhaha RARRRR RARRRRR RARRRRR LOL XXX omg you guys make my day! simply walk up to your chair… and begin your side rotation…:O ooo-rahh!! lol x i wanna job with you guys! everythings with a 50pound weighted vest:p

  • very interesting I do security work at a private pool in the summer and we call people like y’all water bugs first ones in last ones out and you do live on the water

  • ¡ jajaja, mi hijo Guillermo zebenzui es socorrista y no para de entrenar pero eso si, es el jefe de socorrismo!,¡ yo no se porque mi hijo Guillermo zebenzui le gusta tanto a las mujeres porque no para de cambiar de pareja aunque es muy buena pareja muy guapo y buen chico!✌��✌✌✌✌✌✌.

  • Love your videos! I retire in a few months looking to take a bout trip south. Was wondering about crime in the Bahamas? Did you have any issues?
    Also, New adventures coming? CAT boat? https://longisland.craigslist.org/boa/6292754840.html

  • Just a thought, because it’s what I would think of, but what about a small foldable bike to keep in the Whaler. I don’t know if that would be useful as it may be more hassle to load and unload it, but it’s a thought.

  • I am a lifeguard and were not allowed to do any of this if we do im sure we’d get orals and get written up but during lunch break we do swim.

  • Hi. It’s been great watching your videos and learning about life at sea. I’m a single parent to a 12 year old daughter and we are thinking about selling everything and buying a trawler to live on in the Gulf Breeze FL area. I was wondering if you could talk about things like mooring and parking your car… day to day stuff and suggestions with school and young ones.
    Thanks for sharing your sea life!

  • Another good video, I really enjoyed the track up the cost, I travel to the ports in Savannah and Charleston, on a daily basis, I was looking to see y’alls boat but didint,lol

  • The videos of you three are the best there is. I found you about a month ago and have been enjoying you allowing us into your lives, It really is cool.
    Please be safe and batten down the hatches!

  • how about selling hats. i would buy a hat or two. i dont do the sweat shirt, t shirt thing. i bet a lot of folks would love a hat!!!!! now if you were to sign a shirt and give it to me, your biggest and bestest fan, i would graciously accept it. keep up the good work guys!!!!

  • I am happy you all are safe and sound on Fire Island and not down in FLA or the Bahamas.
    Godspeed to all effected from the hurricanes.
    Another fine video from you all.

  • Where are you on Fire Island? It looks like you are anchored just east of Atlantque. Years ago we took our boat, many times, on vacation from New Jersey and docked at Atlantique. We bought supplies in Fair Harbor and had a great times in Ocean Beach and Kismet. Fire Island is a beautiful place during the summer. Now I live in Florida and summers on Fire Island is the only thing I miss about living up north. Your video brings back many good memories I had on Fire Island. Keep those great videos coming and I thank you.

  • i got a long t-shirt and i can wait to get it
    and thanks so much for making vids it makes my day everytime i watch one of your vids

  • BY FAR my favorite sailing channel!!!!! Just found you guys on YouTube not too long ago as I have become interested in sailing again. Now playing catch-up and watching all your older videos. Love your approach at life! Keep smiling, working hard and having fun! And thank you for letting us “follow along.”:) Brooks

  • Heres how you go straight to the top ranks of American Lifeguarding:

    1. Move to Australia and do our lifeguard courses.

    Congrats. You are now fitter, higher medically trained and trained in specialist rescue techniques for a range of hyper-extreme climates.

  • Love the shirts love the channel very inspiring and very informative ill be ordering mine monday and if you guys ever make it to lake champlain let me know I’d love to take you guys out fishing for a day

  • Great stuff but such a bummer when Sierra has to work:-( hey if put Sierra on the shirts imagine how many more you would sell!!!

  • Another nice episode; thanks for posting! You guys have inspired me to start planning a trip to Bimini on jet skies, early summer 2019!

  • Nice to see just what you kids do to keep people safe at the beach. I am surprised at the color of the water, so brown and dirty looking. I live on the West coast and our coastal waters are usually green to blue. Whats up with that? Speaking of the water, what is the average temperature of “your ” water this time of the year?

  • I’m on your side this time @Sierra. I bought myself a waffle maker for Christmas Lol. Ya just gotta have a waffle once in awhile @Billy! Plus you can make lots of healthy stuff with a waffle maker. Search Google for recipes.

  • After your last video I was getting ready to ask when you’d be doing one on the VERY topic posted in this one…wow, foresight or what. Great video. I can’t put my finger on it, but you guys are starting to feel like family! Really. All the best, Mick

  • Billy is that Oak Island. my cousin’s have a house their, you can make chicken and waffles now also that can work as a grill cheese maker to. good choice Serria

  • Could use some extra lifeguard horsepower here in Houston today. Would like to introduce you to Harvey. He’s kind of a jerk! Your videos are a great escape for us in this miserable weather. Thanks Billy and Sierra!

  • This is my first video watching and I want to be a life guard just not at the ocean but do you live on a boat because that’s amazing

  • Sweet. We didn’t get a chance to run down to Long Island this summer. Fire island is nice. Have a good friend of mine that lives in Commack. Can’t wait to get my long sleeve!!!! Almost to your goal that’s sick. Good work.

  • swim 7 miles a day! horse feathers! i can swim 2 miles without stoping and thats alot…i know you aren’t swiming 1 mile with that 50lb vest let alone 7

  • Such a blessing to be able to follow your journey through life. I can’t wait to continue watch you both succeed and enjoy life together for many years to come. <3

  • Well summer is over now will you to be filming your trip back to Florida and any mishaps you may have. Also suggestion for future videos show us some of the area you live in not just the coastal part. Some of us older people that are nearing retirement, may at some point wish to relocate to Florida in your area. Or at least just Snowbird down there.

  • I’m worried about both of you this is a huge storm. May I ask when will my shirt be shipped. Please stay safe this hurricane is really bad. ����

  • When my dog got raw elbows, I put ‘elbow butter’ on them. He liked to lay on the hard floor in warmer weather.
    That’s the name of the product;
    “Elbow Butter”

  • Tough job fighting to keep panicking people from drowning you and iv seen life guards go in after Shark attack victims with the shark still right there attacking a victim! I have mad respect for All People who save lives,Lifeguards,firefighters, Police,Paramedics, Doctors, Nurses!���������� Thank You!

  • Hey guys love you and can’t wait for my t-shirt and hoodie to arrive! Please give us a update on your safety with Irma going through. Give Jetty a hug for me and be safe!!

  • You two should make a playlist of how to navigate around the ocean. Like 10-12 episodes all about what you need to know about the ocean/sailing/surfing/navigating/how to deal with bad weather/talking to the coast/etc

  • Thank so much for making this guys! I just used it to teach my Cambodian students about being a lifeguard, as we don’t have them here. It was really helpful. Keep it up:)

  • So, Sierra, let me get this straight. What you’re saying is to like actually stay out of the water if you can’t swim?!? What a concept! LOL. I live by a lake. All too regular near-drownings from people not grasping this concept.

  • hi guys love the videos… when you were dropping the anchor i was asking myself ” i wonder how much chain you guys use”… i know the more the better. Just curious, thanks!

  • Forgive me for my land-locked ignorance, but I have a question. With the current track of hurricane Irma, it’s gotten me to thinking about you guys. What do you do in the event of your boat /home being in the path of a hurricane? With as large as they are, it seems almost impossible to relocate around it from the ocean.

  • Try making brownies in your new waffle maker. Variation…. put some ice crean between 2 pieces of brownie waffles cut into quarters and place into freezer for icrecream sandwiches to enjoy later in the day

  • A
    mazing variety of food can be prepared in the waffle iron, saw everything from bacon to pizza on you tube. Try scrambled eggs or brownies on it. Works great for lots of things you never thought about cooking on a waffler.Love you guys.

  • Mi hijo Guillermo zebenzui es socorrista acuatico pero en pis cinas enormes de hoteles, gimnasios, lagos en el bosque o monte, centros acuáticos…, ademas de tener otros oficios como entrenador personal, entrenador deportivo, vigilante de seguridad, jardinero, pequeño empresario que trabaja por su cuenta…pero el curso de socorrista no le hes muy rentable porque cada dos años tiene que volver a pasar las pruebas que no son tan fáciles como las pintan!¡ el prefiere ser socorrista acuatico, que socorristas acuatico en playas porque es mas dificil ser socorrista acuatico en las playas y hay que estar muy entrenafo pars pasar las pruebas fisicas y no tiene tiempo de estar entrenando diariamente!¡ osea mi hijo es socorrista solo en agua dulce a no ser que pongan agua salada artificial en las piscinas o trabaje en las piscinas naturales en el mar (piscinas de agua salada )!

  • Great video as always, my wife and I love following you guys. We both ordered your shirts, anxiously awaiting delivery. I hope you guys video your journey back south more in real time. Safe travels. Did I see somewhere you are selling Neverland and getting something else? Jim & Gina

  • Loved the video guys!! Now Sierra needs to make a life guarding video. I can imagine her giving her opinion to a non-swimmer needing to be saved for something they put themselves into. Keep it up guys.

  • Tula’s endless summer Tshirt just arrived today! Awesome surprise after dealing with hurricane Irma! Also just got power back today, this is a good day! Keep it up y’all!

  • awww, I wanted to be first. LOL Hey Sierra, Ever tried blue fishing. They should be running and you can pop for them Just look for the diving seagulls going for the bait fish on the sound.

  • I have a question… is there a significance in the different coloured rescue cans? Does yellow mean you’re a trainee and red mean that you’re a fully qualified lifeguard? I used to love Baywatch, I have one of the original red cans used in the show and a yellow one from Baywatch Hawaii, but I’ve always wondered why the different colours.

  • Hello Hello, maybe I’m spoiled by Amazon quick delivery, BUT my special Tulas Endless Summer Hoodie has not arrived and much over a week of already paid…..thanks for videos….status of my hoodie?

  • Instead of squid/spearing that needs to be kept frozen, try GULP ALIVE scented baits. Down along where you are use 4 or 5″ swimming mullet style (really a grub with curly tail) in white, chartreuse, or nuclear chicken color. No knife needed, no freezer or refridge & they last forever.

  • Great video. I really need your feedback on the Magic Bullet that you make your smoothies with. I’m looking for an affordable blender for doing smoothies and frozen smoothies. Does the Magic bullet do a good job of crushing ice?

  • Thanks to all the Ocean Rescue folks out there. Thanks for the inside look at what you guys do for ocean rescues. Get ya some Publix chicken tenders and waffles and
    drizzle some honey over them….too bad your up in cold L.I.N.Y….lol.
    Get well soon Jetty….ttyl…bb

  • Really cool and informative video (lifeguard training)….I always wondered how all that worked. Excited to see the one you will video on your day off, coming soon! Thanks for sharing

  • Man I’m a lifeguard and I do these all the time. They work great I am ripped too with huge triceps, abs and legs! But I’m not joking I actually do these haha

  • your so cute!�� refreshing and very different from a life in Michigan..I’ve never seen the ocean(born in CA also lol) and only fish walleye, perch, bass, salmon.. nothing like the life you live. keep up the good work and videos!!

  • I just ordered 3 shirts, and I love your vlog. Stay safe. I’m looking forward to your next adventures. Ditto on Jim D’s comment about language. It’s nice to see two young people being so respectful.

  • Spent a lot of time on the Connetquot River. Probably have seen you anchored. It’s a very popular spot in the summer, as I’m sure you know.

  • Waffles are not essential, but there’s nothing wrong with indulging yourself if you really like them and can’t get them anywhere. I can’t believe no-one sells waffles.

  • The Gulf Stream comes up the Atlantic from Florida, hits where you are, and then turns right toward Europe. It’s a very unusual area for New York waters, with lots of sea life you usually don’t see that far north. It’s a good place to scuba dive, in fact, a lot of scuba training is done there. If you go around to Long Island Sound, it’s nothing like that at all. The training looks like fun, I bet you rocked on the paddle board competition.

  • Billy You mentioned the boards you use for ocean rescue were fast and “tippy.” Does a fast board, by definition, have to be tippy? My first reaction was that a stable board would be better for rescue work. Does stability cost speed to such an extent that it isn’t worth it?

  • Another great video! Thank you! Will you motor Neverland back to Florida after the beach closed for the season or are you staying in NY for the winter?

  • Wow, binge watching in Alberta, Canada, where it is -15 degrees C! Hey, you’ve probably already done it, but I think that is a ‘German collar” on Jetty and my understanding is that they should be used sparingly, for training purposes only and not left on your dog as the spikes continually irritate and abrade the skin. Love your show!

  • I just bought a shirt for my sisters birthday in Oct. She and I watch you guys and then recap what happened over the weekend. Funny that it’s something we bond over hahha.