"If you can’t paddle well, or paddle strongly, or paddle without pain, or just don’t have the endurance, you’re simply not going to catch as many waves as you could, and not be in the ocean for as long as you’d like to." –surfstrengthcoach.com.
Like having a surf-paddle equivalent of a spin bike or treadmill, you'll now get paddle fit like never before. Heading off on a trip? Big swell coming? Start of the season? Recovering from injury?
With variable resistance, and multiple routines, you can build your ability to sustain paddle strength for the full duration. You can make noodle arms, stiff neck, and sore shoulders a thing of the past. You'll develop the pace to catch the wave of the day, and the endurance to get swiftly back out into the take-off zone, no matter how long your session.
- build lasting paddle power and fitness
- increase speed and acceleration
- increase stamina and endurance
- improve form and technique
- work your whole upper body and core
- improve paddling balance
PADDLE FASTER WITH A MORE EFFICIENT STROKE
OVERCOME FATIGUE, AND CATCH WHAT YOU GO FOR
STAY OUT LONGER, AND GET OUTSIDE FASTER
PAIN FREE, POWERFUL PADDLING TO ENJOY SURFING LIKE NEVER BEFORE
TRAIN LIKE A PRO
Look at the paddling technique, and conditioning routines of top surfers. Kelly Slater paddles like a pro swimmer: high elbows, vertical forearms, straight body alignment. You don't get that by chance. And big wave surfers are only able to do what they do because they train for it - check out Laird Hamilton and his crew - from lifting weights on indo-boards to underwater rock-carries. You won't need to lug stones on an Airtrainer to develop the kind of resistance to paddle fatigue, and the strength and technique that you need to revolutionise your surfing, whatever your level.