Your #1 source for kayaking and canoeing information.               FREE Newsletter!
my Profile
 





2-6 Day Kayaking Trips
San Juan Islands
Camping & Inns
www.crystalseas.com/KayakCamp
 
Advice, Suggestions and General Help New Topic Printer Friendly Version

  I don't entirely agree with that. When
  Posted by: ezwater on Jun-07-13 3:45 PM (EST)
 

I paddle for cruising in a kayak, I don't change the spectrum of my force application. I just ease it up. I ease the catch a bit, and I ease the rest a bit.

Actually, without focus and practice, it's easy to lose the firm catch, and to fall into yanking the paddle thereafter. I wish the most force did occur immediately after the catch. As in competition rowing and sculling, something devoutly to be wished, but not at all easy to achieve.

With a very long torso from hip joint to shoulder joint, I am wedded to a high angle style. I have to yield to those who *can* use a lower angle stroke, where pulling longer through the stroke makes sense.

 Great Products from the Buyers' Guide:

Classic Freestanding Rack

Canoe Roost

Yakuzzi

Overstock Outlet Foods

Electric Kayak Motor

Table of Contents

Google
 
Web Paddling.net


Follow us on:
Free Newsletter | About Us | Site Map | Advertising Info | Contact Us

Sweepstakes

©2014 Paddling.net Inc.