Do you know how to make a training plan?


Your season just finished, the last race is done and dusted. All the hard training is over and the race is too! Phew. You are feeling enthusiastic and charged to make next year a better year. Or maybe you are over it. Done. Burnt out and exhausted. Either way, what you do in your off-season […]

One Stroke At A Time

A lot of people come to me wanting to improve their stroke. As a coach I can definitely help with that, but how can paddlers continue to implement and embed the changes we worked on after the session is over? As I’m coaching, I may be paddling alongside or in the back of an OC2,repeating […]

Focus On The Fundamentals

One thing I’ve noticed about lifelong athletes — those that stay active in their sport for years — is that they consistently work on their technique and skills. I’ve experienced firsthand what can happen when you don’t spend enough time on these important fundamentals. I had an extended period of time where I didn’t really […]

Do You Have One Sided Paddling Injuries?

Is your ama hurting you? Being an athlete and dealing with injuries go hand in hand. We’ve all pulled or tweaked something, or had a nagging injury that doesn’t go away on its own. While many injuries have an obvious origin and you may know exactly why something hurts, others are more mysterious. One area […]