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Chattajack Potty Talk: What to do About the Loo

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Editor's Note: This is part of a Distressed Mullet series on on Chattajack Prep. Additional columns will focus on landmarks and navigation on the river and how to prevent a Chattattack freak out prior to the October 22 start of "the Inland Molokai to Oahu"......

Stand Up Paddling – Rules of the Road StandUpPaddlingTV

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Stand up paddlers should be aware of the general rules of the road when it comes to navigating our waterways, particularly in high traffic areas.

Top 5 Stand Up Paddling Tips

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This video offers five valuable tips for Stand Up Paddling that will help you stay safe and get the most out of your time on the water.

3 Techniques All Stand Up Paddlers Should Know

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Learn the three key techniques that will make you a better, safer paddler. How to get back on your board if you fall off, how to deal with a boat wake, and how to do a pivot turn. Produced in partnership with the ACA http://www.aca-sup.com

SUP Surfing 101 from the ACA

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Starting from a standing position with the power of a paddle makes catching waves easier on a SUP board than traditional surfing...But, surfing a SUP has its own unique challenges and skills to develop in order to become proficient.

Learn how to steer your board with this Paddle Monster video: The Slalom Drill

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There are three techniques to help you maintain the straight run of the board and counteract the propensity of the board to drift to the opposite side: Paddling along the rail, foot steering, and drawing the nose of the board. (drill videos are available...

How to Get Back Onto a Paddleboard Video

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In this video, we're going to take a look at how to get back onto your SUP from the water in case you fall off or decide you want to jump in to take a swim. From the ACA and SUP TV

Choosing the Right SUP Board

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Here's a good beginner's guide to choosing the right SUP Board from the ACA. Paddleboards come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. It is important to choose the right SUP board to suit the type of paddling you would like to do. Produced byStandUpPaddlingTV in...

Tips for Race Directors starting a SUP race

victory at sea
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In the past 6 weeks, there have been two examples of disastrous races. Races that barely escaped being headlines in the local paper. Races where paddlers could have been injured or killed. I can't call them out, but one was on the East coast and one...

Margo Pelligrino on her OC-1: How to flip back after a huli

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Margo showed me how to flip back over with her home-brew and brilliantly effective method back when we paddled the Mulletkai. I'm getting pretty good at it. It's worth practicing.

Connor Baxter SUP Stroke Technique

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From Blue Paddle Surf: Interview with Connor Baxter on SUP paddle length and stroke technique at the 2017 Starboard distributor meeting on Maui. I asked Connor about his new 2017 paddle design that I can't show yet. I can show the parts where he talked...

Werner Rip Stick Surf Specific SUP Paddle footage from Santa Cruz

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This is a cool quick video of Jeramie Vaine and Fiona Wilde in Santa Cruz. That wave looks amazing! wernerpaddles.com/paddles/stand-up/sup-surfing The Rip Stick is the answer to what surfers want. More power from a smaller blade. Smaller blade size means a higher cadence for bursts of...

Leashes For River SUP

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This is a great river Leash video from Nikki Gregg

How can a paddle race with 100 people have 3361 divisions? Let’s do the math

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This mathematical exercise is based on a comment that suggested we as a sport adopt standard marathon age groups and recognize every division in each race We are going to take the Myrtle Beach Marathon which had 1805 participants in the full marathon as our model for age groups. We...

Trailblazers: It’s time to bring your own division

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I've been around events for a long time and there seems to be a consistent theme. With 80,000 potential divisions, people end up paddling a craft, age group, and/or gender that sets them in their own category. Inevitably, they are left out of the awards...

Prone board paddling technique video by Mick DiBetta

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Great technique video that really helps with knee paddling prone paddleboards For more information on Mick DiBetta and Paddle Power Trainer, go to: http://www.paddlepowertrainer.com/

The Rider And The Storm, and the kindness of the community

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Timmy Brennan is a New York iron worker who escapes the grind of the city through his true passion, surfing. But when Superstorm Sandy destroys his home in Breezy Point, Timmy loses everything — including his board. As Timmy digs through the ruins of...

Paddleboard Safety: Personal responsibility and it’s impact on others

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At what point do our choices affect others? At what point does saying "personal responsibility" really mean we're not taking personal responsibility or responsibility for the other competitors or the race directors? In the past, most personal responsibility posts have been more on the back...

Learn to SUP surf with Chuck Glynn

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An instructional "how to" stand up paddle surfing video with professional surfer Chuck Glynn. This video has everything you need to progress your surfing, The video covers topics that will have something for everyone whether you are a beginner or advanced SUP surfer. Topics...

New safety considerations for paddleboard race directors

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In the beginning of the sport and races, it was as if they handed everyone a machete, pointed at the jungle and said, "have at it." Things have changed. Every year we learn more, and find ways to make events safer and more enjoyable...

Winter Training-NK Speed Coach SUP2 and Paddle Power Training

NK Speed Coach SUP2
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When I think of winter training, my mind isn’t usually flooded with positive images of sun and fun and races and friends and races. Why? Because it is cold here in Virginia Beach (not as cold as other places thankfully), and windy, and cloudy,...

2016 STARBOARD SUP “HYPERNUT” 6’9 23″ 69L/ SUP TOMO

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STARBOARD Dream Team "SUP TOMO" riding on STARBOARD "HYPER NUT" 6'9 23" 69L. Super fun at small waves condition!!

Book Review: How to Increase your Standup Paddle Performance: From Beginner to Elite by Suzie Cooney

Book Review: How to Increase your Standup Paddle Performance: From Beginner to Elite by Suzie Cooney
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When I first started standup paddling some five years ago, there was virtually nothing available, either online, or in bookstores that was especially helpful. One or two books were out there, but the sport was new. I quickly moved beyond the how to's described...

Improve Your Own Paddling by Helping Others Improve Theirs

Larry Cain
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Standup paddling is an awesome sport for a lot of reasons, but one of the coolest things about it is the very real camaraderie that exists between racers of all ages and abilities. People are generous with their time, expertise and experience, and equipment. When...

Paddle Tip of the day RAIL TAP

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Want to improve your stroke. Look at this one easy tip from Dave Kalama from Imagine Surf to help your recovery and increase your efficiency. Imagine Surf/Dave Kalama For more information on Dave Kalama and Imagine Surf, go to: Imagine Surf: http://www.imaginesurf.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/imaginesurf Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/imaginesurf Dave Kalama's Website: A Waterman's Journal: http://www.davidkalama.com/

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