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They’re the modern-day guardians of the sea, minding one of the most dangerous coastlines on the globe. For Hawaii’s North Shore Lifeguards, whose job puts them up against 50- to 60-foot waves, eating right and staying fit “becomes a matter of life and death,” says veteran guard Tau Hannemann. The secret to their survival (and success): Using their surroundings. Says guard Bryan Phillips, “Training in those conditions keeps us ready for when we have to make a rescue.”

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