Single paddle technique
Posted by: old_user on Nov-18-12 12:52 PM (EST) Category: unassigned
-- Last Updated: Nov-18-12 12:56 PM EST --
Is this proper technique?
I usually do three strokes per side then switch but this guy has a larger blade than I use and so maybe steering requires just one stroke.
It just seems inefficient.
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Posted by: pblanc on Nov-18-12 12:57 PM (EST)
are you really going to tell that guy if it isn't?
Posted by: Ian_montrose on Nov-18-12 12:58 PM (EST)
He really needs to work on his J-stroke.
Posted by: jimyaker on Nov-19-12 11:38 AM (EST)
But the torso rotation is excellent!
Posted by: Lanky189 on Nov-19-12 1:58 PM (EST)
Reply of the day.
I'd be worried|
Posted by: leob1 on Nov-19-12 1:16 PM (EST)
about cross winds, maintaining course could be an issue.
Nice hit and switch|
Posted by: stevet on Nov-19-12 1:21 PM (EST)
With that bent shaft.
Posted by: willi_h2o on Nov-19-12 1:28 PM (EST)
Posted by: canoeswithduckheads on Nov-19-12 2:08 PM (EST)
...paddles keen with bite,
I detect way|
Posted by: kayamedic on Nov-19-12 2:29 PM (EST)
too much sweep in the stroke! But might is right and I aint arguin with that.
Example of a True Paddler|
Posted by: clydehedlund on Nov-20-12 2:15 PM (EST)
I won't comment on technique, but the operator has got to be a paddler, because paddlers know when to improvise and this is an example.
Ha , that's is the best .......|
Posted by: pilotwingz on Nov-20-12 7:55 PM (EST)
....... thanks for the vid. link ... absolutely perfect technique I think !!
Posted by: canuka on Nov-20-12 8:40 PM (EST)
if he's good at digging trenches with a canoe paddle.
Posted by: ppine on Nov-27-12 12:48 PM (EST)
There are a lot of better ways to paddle than 3 and switch, but this is not one of them.
Posted by: kayamedic on Nov-27-12 12:53 PM (EST)
What New England One Side of Paddling School?
There ya' go...|
Posted by: PJC on Nov-27-12 1:50 PM (EST)
hook those hydraulics up to a pole and perhaps a hydraulically operated duck's foot if the bottom's soft... That'll get it there.
You can bet he's properly "strapped in"|
Posted by: clarion on Nov-27-12 4:57 PM (EST)
Gotta weld the tracks to the barge. If not you're in the water by the second stroke.