You'll never find out what you're made of until you push the limits...
Then you'll realize you're stronger than you've ever imagined.
A capture of Kala Alexander (@kaladacaptain) running the rock at Waimea Bay to work on his breath hold. Water men, such as Brian Keaulana, believe in this type of underwater training to prepare themselves for Winter when the swells peak 20+ feet. Wipeouts are common in big wave surfing and entail the surfer getting ragdolled in what is to referred to as the "washing machine" effect.