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    “A one stop shop for your competitive surfing needs,” is what former ASP photographer and Prodigy Competitive Surf Program cofounder Sean Rowland likes to call it. “We do it all, from video and photo review, coaching, training and heat strategy.”

    Along with cofounder and lead trainer Joe Rutland and surf coach Christian Saenz, the Prodigy Competitive Surf Program is the ideal place to take your surfing to the next level. Centrally located at Playa Hermosa in Costa Rica, this program has everything you need to excel and take your surfing to new heights.

    Unlike a lot of surf camps that are marketed out there, this one doesn’t breed kooks, it breeds better surfers. “It’s not for the person who’s just learning to surf,” admits Rutland, “It’s for anyone who wants to improve their level of surfing, from the up and coming amateur to seasoned pro.”

    The accommodations for Prodigy are top shelf. Guests stays at the beautiful Las Olas hotel located right on the beach at Hermosa. “The food there is amazing,” says one Prodigy surfer. ” Three meals a day, pool, yoga, massage, and world class waves makes it hard for me to want to go anywhere else.”

    If you want to get better, improve your surfing, and athletesism while still having fun, do yourself a favor and book a ticket to Costa Rica.

    By Matt Wybenga

    From Espn.com

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