“NICK Rozsa has been out with knee and ankle injuries since March, which is why we are calling this video Rehab, said filmer Chris Papaleo.
On a less positive note Nick put it thus: “Well, where do I begin? This year for Chris and I has been dreadful. I hate to pop the positive bubble but this year sucks. I have just recovered from two ankle injuries. Back-to-back. Three months out for the first one and about a month-and-a-half on the second. Not fun. I got fat, ate lots of fast food and played with my son. I didn’t train (like a pro bro) instead I sewed shirts and they turned out pretty cool. I’m not very good at sewing, but hey it sure is a great pastime. Living in Oxnard is boring, not much to do, but I like to surf when there are waves in our area. That’s it really. We got some little south swell dribble on our coastline for about three days a couple weeks ago and my ankles were probably about 70% on the right and 80% on the left, so I decided to surf, and here it is.”
Cheer up Nick!
Pretty much everyone wants to improve their surfing. That’s why you’re here.
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