I learned something interesting that came into play today on my paddle workout: lower back pain and it's reflection on technique.
There's always that fear that you will go too close to shore and have your fin or rudder hit.
Here are some of the great photos and videos from the Distressed Mullet Instagram Feed.
The water is ablaze with boat traffic, but there is still room for everyone. Just don't set up camp in the middle of a drunken highway filled with first time boaters who only know full speed and holy crap.
The more you lean toward a straight forward race for distance, like a 5k sprint, the more age groups and classes come into play
Maybe it's time for us to let go of the past and embrace what's here now.
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There has to be somewhere that doesn't suck for everyone. Maybe even a happy place.
There is an inherent problem in SUP races: Too many divisions.
Discussion on the drowning by a paddler who was wearing, but did not deploy his belt PFD, a series of videos by Travis Grant, the arrival of our Kumo Board, upcoming races, and more for this last week in July.