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The Hidden Secret of Mick Fanning's Success

The Hidden Secret of Mick Fanning's Success

posted 2020 Dec by

 Mick Fanning is a world class surfer, Aussie legend and three-time world champion.🌊   

In this video Mick Fanning emphasises the importance of breath control and how he uses breathing exercises/techniques to control his mind and feelings.🎯✹
Control your state with meditative practices such as breathing, which are extremely powerful.🙏  



Mick Fanning is a well know, world class surfer. An Aussie legend and three-time world champion.

Mick burst onto the ASP World Championship Tour in 2002, when he finished in the top five in his rookie season. A complete hamstring tear in 2004 delayed progress, and he could only get back in the water after major surgery and six months of intense rehab. Mick made a triumphant return in 2007, winning the ASP World Championship at the age of 26. But just one year later, in 2008, the Australian suffered his second major injury. A groin tear impacted his performance and saw him slip to eighth position in the year-end ratings. But Mick trained hard and came back in 2009 to reclaim his ASP World Championship crown, a campaign that culminated at the Pipe Masters, the year's final and most prestigious event. 2012 was another standout year for the multiple world champ, despite a third-place finish. Mick had a strong first half, winning the Rip Curl Pro and Billabong Pro Teahupo'o and securing podium finishes at both the Billabong Rio Pro and Volcom Fiji Pro. 2013 also brought with it many podium finishes, with Mick's consistent performances throughout the season, culminating in a highly anticipated showdown for the world title. And it was Mick who ultimately surfed his way to sweet victory, taking his third World Championship title. Also in 2013 he shot the film Missing with filmmaker Taylor Steele, across 21 epic days where Steele put the ASP World Champion in some of the most radical spots of the planet alongside John John Florence, Jordy Smith, Matt Wilkinson and Tom Curren. The J-Bay Open in July 2015 will always be remembered for Mick's encounter with a Great White, but it didn't keep him out of the water for long and he finished second behind 2015 world champ Adriano de Souza. Mick decided for 2016 to take a well-deserved break from the full tour and only contested the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast, Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach and J-Bay Open.

On February 28, 2018, Mick took the big decision to step away from WSL Championship Tour surfing completely and announced his impending retirement after his beloved Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach event.

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