Stand-up paddle boarding—in a nutshell—is an awesome experience. It’s easy to learn and great exercise.
When choosing a kayak paddle, there are three main things you’ll be looking at: it’s length, what it’s made of, and any extra features it has.
For over 20 years, Ken Whiting has been one of the most accomplished and renowned paddlers on the planet. Paddling has impacted every aspect of his life and made him the person he is today.
When traveling to a foreign country—or even different part of the same country—it’s valuable to be able to speak the language. At least the basics.
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Get the most from your paddling adventures by learning the proper forward paddle stroke in kayaking. In this video, Ken Whiting explains and demonstrates the proper forward stroke technique.
A very important part of kayaking is learning good technique. Having a good technique in kayaking will help you paddle more efficiently and help you avoid injury.
While it’s true that almost any paddle can get your kayak moving, there are a lot of great reasons to take the time to choose the right paddle for the type of kayaking that you want to do.
From the coasts, to the Midwest, recently there’s been a buzz about stand-up paddling. With that buzz, there comes a lot of questions.