It's time for a 100/100 Standup Paddle Challenge update from Julia Nicholls.
Where you are in comparison to others pales in comparison to where you are with yourself.
Jack Bark guides you how to get on a prone (traditional) paddleboard and a basic stroke.
Shot and edited by Chris Aguilar of Fin Film Company
My first paddles were about two miles. The Chucktown Showdown long course is nine miles. That's a long weekend race for me on my standup, not to mention on prone.
If you are following Brian Szymanski on Instagram (@brianszymanski8560), you’ve been watching some seriously cool boards coming out of North County Paddleboards (NCP) (Instagram @ncp_paddleboards). If you are unfamiliar with NCP, you should look into them. They’ve been around for a LONG time and are available at Patagonia Cardiff. http://www.ncpaddleboards.com. They have been off the radar for a while, but don’t look…
All about prone paddle boarding
In a typical year, the South Bay’s prevailing westerly winds and accompanying west swell favor stand-up paddlers over prone paddlers in the Rock 2 Rock Paddleboard race, held each year on Father’s Day. Rock 2 Rock begins at Two Harbors on Catalina Island and runs 22 miles across the Catalina Channel to Cabrillo Beach in San Pedro. Conditions for…
Cynthia Aguilar on a prone paddleboard riding 40 mph gusts during Hurricane Sandy downwinder
We are starting to include more personal stories of prone paddlers. Today please welcome Josue Delucca with his account of trying and getting hooked on prone paddling! He hails from Puerto Rico! ********** I love the water, I’m a physical therapist, and love to be on the water, be it paddle/surf/sail. Paddling is an activity tha knows no boundaries.…