Have you ever looked at yourself in the mirror and said “You can do this!”? Whether it was a job interview, new shredding competition, first day of school, or meeting new people, doing something new always can use a little “pick me up”. That is no different than the people of the of Adaptive Action Sports (AAS). Founded back in 2005, AAS is a non-profit organization that brings shredding sports and disabled individuals together.
Boom. Boom. Clap. Either that’s the sound of a recent pop song or it’s your head knocking around while you're shredding. To prevent your noggin from getting a jogging, the SheShreds Team wants to ensure you get the best protection for your head during National Safety Month.
SheShreds.co Founder Gina Duffy, Pro-Flowboarder/Sponsored Athlete Dee Spencer, and Ambassador Hayley Steed were recently featured on Park City TV. Introducing the new Spring/Summer line for 2015 and also talking about the brand's creation.
With the season coming to a close for the Weekly Ladies Night Events, the SheShreds Crew wanted to give a shout out and big thank you to all those that participate over the last few weeks. Everyone that contributed to the events are officially part of the SheShreds Family and we are so happy to have been able to get so many girls with the flow.
Participants of the challenge have the ability to submit various types of board sport videos to the challenge to compete for cash prizes throughout the summer. There’s over $100K in cash and prizes, including some rad SheShreds prize packs for the women winners in all divisions.
Wrapping up the second to last week at the Ladies Night Series at Flowrider Utah this season, the SheShreds Team had one of the best turns outs this week with some great prizes and even greater participants.
We got a lot of love from She Shredders about our most recent feature: how to take great shredding photos to help score a board sport sponsor. And you asked us for more! So we’ve pulled together some primo tips on how to capture your next trick or jump on the go — and how to edit the video effectively. Setting yourself up for the best angles, timing, and view is important if you are looking to reach out to potential board sponsors.
The SheShreds Crew is up to it again with another great turn out and fun times at Flowrider Utah for Ladies Night. Hosting a Ladies Night on Wednesday nights, the SheShreds Team and the participants are seeing some great progress and increased skills on the wave. Check out the video above shot my Professional Flowrider and SheShreds Sponsored Athlete Dee Spencer.
If you’re a female athlete or rider looking to capture the attention of a possible sponsor to help grow in your sport, the SheShreds Team is always ready to to extend a helping hand. Be sure to have the right setup and idea before approaching a sponsor.
My whole life I grew up as a part of the guys and didn't have any girl friends. I hated anything and everything girly, including dresses and especially the color pink. I played every sport I could growing up, hockey, speed skating, baseball then softball, roller derby and now I have longboarding.
What does it take to kick some butt? Fancy Bruce Lee karate chops? Some legendary arm wrestling wins? What about just being a tough chick with some sweet board skills? Both of our She Shredders this week are nothing short of all these skills combined. (Ok, maybe not the Bruce Lee karate chops.)