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Stand Up Paddle

Five years ago, I learned how to do something called “Stand Up Paddle Surfing” with surfing’s greatest, Laird Hamilton.  At the time, I was working on “Longest Yard” with Adam Sandler.  I would literally get off from the movie set in LA, then hustle down to Malibu just to get an hour in on the water.  The first time I tried it, I was hooked. Think about it.  You don’t have to lay down like you do on a surf board.  You get to stand up and look out, watch the fish, watch the waves coming.  But it’s not all easy - paddle surfing takes balance, core strength, and coordination.

I was lucky enough to spend some time on the water this weekend and get in a chance to paddle surf.  If you ever have the opportunity near the ocean, you have got to try it.

Now I am back at the Nutrition53 headquarters and working hard on a new project to bring my favorite N53 product, Neuro1, to a ready-to-drink format.  It’s alot of work and I am getting to learn so much about the bottling industry, but we are making strides and I think soon you will see it on the shelves. 

I guess all challenges bring an opportunity to learn something new, which in the end, makes us more balanced, stronger, and coordinated people.  It’s lot like paddle surfing.

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3 Responses to “Stand Up Paddle”

  1. Al said:

    Romo,

    You must be hard at work with the Neuro 1 ready to drink. All the best with it. I can’t wait for it to hit Canadian shelves.

    Tomorrow I’m going into the my first senior Spring Camp. I’ve been going through some inspriational stories of yours to get ready for Day 1.

    Peace,
    Al

  2. R. B. Kniskern said:

    Greetings Bill;

    I was the Doctor/Acupuncturist who saw you in San Francisco when you were with the Denver Broncos Football Organization. I am a Doctor and Acupuncturist. My research Ph,D.’s are in Comparative Medicine and Nutrition & Immunology.

    When you were a member of the Denver Broncos and visiting California I treated you at your hotel for cervical, mid-back and lumbar conditions prior to playing the San Fanncisco and Oakland Organizations. The following year you moved to the Oakland Raiders Organization.

    This morning I watched an interview you gave to Channel 7 TV and Cheryl Jennings in San Francisco concerning concussion. Here, you were quite insightful with your own concussion evaluation & experiences within the NFL and development of the product Neuro 1.

    In addition to my work with athletes, gym’s and private patients I have been passionate about my work with Autistic children and adults. I have also volunteered with the San Mateo County Commission On Disabilities for the past three years.

    When I saw your product Neuro 1 it appeared to be Heaven sent as a possible facet of the protocol I have utilized for years, in addition to acupuncture and micro-current.

    It is my belief as I believe it is yours, that the brain can and will be nourished back to a more normal state after trauma when provided with an environment to decrease inflammation and stimulate neuroglial cell repair and enhancement.

    I am quite interested in the potential for healing these serious conditions and would like to hear any thoughts you may have.

    R. B. Kniskern, Ph.D., L.Ac., O.M.D.

  3. R. B. Kniskern said:

    Bill:

    Please leave a reply as to your thoughts regarding Neuro 1 and it’s application as described above.

    Thank you,

    R. B. Kniskern

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