Tag: efficient paddle board stroke

Cathy goes to Kalama Kamp to fix her paddle board stroke-Part 1

This is part 1 of a 2 part post about my experience at Kalama Kamp.   Part 1 is about the general experience and the format for the clinic.  Part 2 will get into specific tips and tweaks to make your stroke more efficient. When I […]

Cathy goes to Kalama Kamp Part-2 practical paddle board stroke tips

Ok, so you have read about what Kalama Kamp was like but you are probably much more interested in what we actually learned.  What are the tips that can help you paddle more efficiently? I will outline a few of them here Reach…no, reach more! […]

Paddleboarding tips for when your stroke is stronger on one side than the other

Last year I noticed that my stroke is considerably stronger on my left side than on my right. It is much smoother, I can cover more ground (or water), it’s more comfortable, and I go straighter. Paddling on the right feels unnatural, the board pulls […]

Standup Paddleboarding Tips…3 Tips to Improve Your Paddleboarding

If you are looking for ways to improve your paddling, we have three tips to help you on that road.   1) Move around on your board. The more comfortable you are moving around on your paddleboard, the better. You should practice moving in all […]

Paddleboarding Tips: 7 Tips for Your Forward Stroke

We recently posted a couple of blogs with general tips to improve your paddleboarding.   If you are just starting out, these basic tips will get you going.   For today’s purposes we are assuming that you have some experience and have had a bit of instruction […]

Release and Recovery Phase of the Paddleboard Stroke

In order to become a good paddleboarder you need to develop good paddling skills. Most of your progression in paddleboarding will be a result of learning proper stroke technique. Paddling technique includes the three phases of the stroke- the catch, power phase, and the release and […]

The Power Phase of the Paddleboard Stroke

Paddleboarding is a lot about developing a more efficient stroke. This means getting more power and speed with less effort and strain on your body. In the last two posts we covered the catch phase and the release and recovery phase. For this post we […]


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