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  Touring = paddling with technique
  Posted by: willi_h2o on Mar-16-13 11:36 PM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Mar-16-13 11:41 PM EST --

When kayaking strokes are done properly, efficiently,
the person is leaning forward, using those foot pegs.
Legs are pumping, knees are moving up/down up/down.

Leaning way back in a seat "usually" results in arm paddling,
versus the torso rotation with abdominal muscle usage.

Touring
http://youtu.be/lef_ut8n0ms

Thigh support comes into play when waves and current interact
with the boat, i.e. bracing, control, maneuvering



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