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Coming Up Sept 28th! Brent Reitz Forward Stroke Kayaking Clinic: Half Moon Bay

Thursday, September 25, 2008
wildsprint image SEPTEMBER 28, 2008

From novice to expert, touring paddler to sprint racer, everyone can improve upon their forward stroke! This popular clinic is taught by Brent Reitz, past national wildwater and marathon champion, and veteran of the U.S. Olympic sprint kayak program. This is the premiere clinic that brings the techniques of the elite Olympic kayaker to the recreational paddler!

The forward stroke is the most used, but least taught, and perhaps most poorly understood stroke in kayaking. This hands-on course introduces paddlers to the finer details of the kayak forward stroke. Brent discusses stroke mechanics, body posture, boat dynamics, and more. We will video and critique your stroke during the class! Most of the day is spent on the water. You will learn to paddle more efficiently, avoid injury, and avoid bad habits that cause further injury. Learn proper technique from the very beginning, or tune-up your skills to gain more power per stroke. Remember, it's not pure strength, but good technique that's important!

Prerequisites: Recent paddling experience is strongly recommended. Participants should be comfortable with basic strokes and maneuvers, as instruction will be limited to improving the forward stroke.

For more info or to sign up, go to:
http://www.calkayak.com/infopop.cfm?classID=258

Space is limited to 8 participants only!!!

Kenny Howell
California Canoe & Kayak
http://www.calkayak.com
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