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The Progression Project

Erik Antonson

Podcast by Erik Antonson

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Armie Armstrong is the founder of Armstrong Foils and has been at the forefront of foil design and innovation from the early days. This is a wide ranging conversation, from the design process changes that lead to the new HA line, to recounting the st... more

8 days ago

130 - Paul Cooper by Erik Antonson

19 days ago

Greg is a waterman, engineer and co-founder of Omen Foils. He spent 9 years in the Canadian Military including 4 years in the Special Forces, eventually moving to the coast to pursue his dream of advancing kitesurfing through science and engineering.... more

a month ago

Josh Ku comes on to talk about some big changes in his foiling life and his recent dive into foildrive and hybrid foiling. Josh is legend and I couldn't be more stoked for him! No intro on this podcast, but it was recorded a few weeks ago so I hadn't... more

2 months ago


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 219 ratings
  • The Definitive Foiling Companion: Your Pathway to Progression

    I love listing to The Progression Project pod. Erik consistently delivers exceptional professionalism and expertise. The show is a perfect blend of entertainment, inspiration, and valuable information. Whether it's engaging gear discussions, insightful tuning advice, or expert riding tips, this podcast has it I've listened to every pod and will continue to do so. Keep it up.

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    New Zealand10 months ago
  • Amazing podcasts covering so many interesting topics - social media, surfing culture, the stoke of foiling. Can't wait for every podcast to be released...

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    a year ago
  • Amazing podcasts covering so many interesting topics - social media, surfing culture, the stoke of foiling. Can't wait for every podcast to be released...

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    a year ago
  • Worth your time.

    Erik is the go to for the Foil community for information on all things foiling. If you’re missing it you’re missing out.

    Apple Podcasts
    Australiaa year ago
  • Foil Brained!

    Learning something new has never been more exciting! Thanks

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    Transworld surf
    United States2 years ago

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