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Crossing For A Cure

2021 Crossing for a Cure – Paddle Monster Training Program with Coach Victoria Burgess

2021 Crossing for a Cure Training Program Are you participating in the 2021 Crossing for a Cure?  Do you want to have expert training to help you make the most of your...

Made the Mullet: Cheryl Goldstein

We were super inspired by Cheryl's rise into the paddling stratosphere, seemingly coming out of nowhere to run with the big dogs. It's a name we kept seeing, then we saw...

The Crossing For A Cure is in motion! Paddling 80 miles from Bimini to Florida

The Crossing For A Cure will launch 218 paddlers and rowers, accompanied by an armada of support boats, on an 80-mile voyage from Bimini to Lake Worth Pier. Some will be solo...

Crossing For A Cure

The Crossing For A Cure is a long-distance endurance paddle challenge and international championship race that takes paddlers 80 miles across the Gulf Stream, from Bimini in the Bahamas to Lake Worth Beach on the Florida mainland inspired by incredible health benefits that a salt water environment can provide for those living with cystic fibrosis, a terminal lung disease. Event Organizer Travis Suit's daughter Piper was diagnosed with CF when she was four years old. Join us - as a competitive or recreational paddler or rower, a sponsor, a "virtual paddler" or a volunteer - from launch to landing. We are also seeking support boats and Captains. Becoming part of the Crossing is an experience not to be missed. Check in today.

Key West Classic Full Results Stories from the people who inspired us this past weekend

Race Conditions This year, the conditions were ideal. Key West has a unique wind-measurement system much like Hawaii has a unique wave-measuring system—5 foot Hawaiian is 10 foot anywhere else. For Key...

2019 Crossing for a Cure 16-week plan with Coach Seychelle

Seychelle's 16-week training program written specifically for paddlers participating in the Crossing for a Cure begins Monday 2/25! The cost is $250 for the whole program and includes weekly paddle workouts, strength...



Paddling Injuries: How Loving the Conditions and Training Works when We are Injured

Dealing with Paddling Injuries Spend enough time on this website, or the Paddle Monster Facebook page and you’ll notice two mantras, mottos or hashtags: Love the Conditions and Training Works. Spend a bit of time training with us and you’ll quickly learn how...

Chattajack Zoom Series

Paddle Monster Zoom Series Welcome to the Chattajack Zoom series, a four-part Zoom experience in which the Paddle Monster Coaches and special guests hold a discussion on important, Chattjack prep topics. If you want to truly be prepared, include these Zoom sessions as...

Coach Victoria on Post-Covid Fitness

Paddle Monster Fitness and Nutrition Coach Victoria Burgess shares a presentation she put together recently on returning to training after a “pandemic time out.”  Excellent info here!   youtubeembedcode en Casino utan licens youtubeembedcode es Casino utan licens    

Chattajack Race Prep: Rookie Mistakes

Final Countdown to Chattajack So, we are a little less than two months away from Chattajack time - Delta variant notwithstanding (fingers crossed!) And first-timers might be starting to get a little antsy right about now.  I know I was leading up...

Inland Paddler: Out of the Line Up Because of “Injury”

Off the Water Because of Injury “What did you do to your knee? You fall of your skateboard?” “Did you hurt your knee surfing?” People always assume that an outdoor athlete’s chosen sport must always be the mode of injury when one of us...
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