What should I eat for training & racing? This is probably the most common question we are asked, and actually very simple to answer… ‘real food’. Put simply that means locally sourced, seasonal, organic, fresh, unpackaged, untreated produce. We’re blessed here in the UK to have some fantastic organic and sustainably farmed meat and vegetables. Our organic Read more about What to eat, what not to eat. Paddler nutrition made easy[…]
It’s a part of the body that is often overlooked for those in paddle sports, but you absolutely CANNOT ignore training those legs! Here at PT HQ we’ve spent the last few years looking at the movements & the requirements for leg training as part of your strength & conditioning. It’s vital for all aspects & Read more about Legs – As a paddler you just can’t ignore them[…]
Most athletes (paddlers) when exempting to structure training perceive that more volume or density is better. This is a great question, if I paddle more will I get faster, stronger, fitter? Most athletes getting into some sort of structured training to improve performance think this true. While volume is an important factor in any plan, Read more about Training intensity: make sure that you have gears[…]
Today’s topic is a vital but often forgotten part of your paddle training. Regardless of whether you paddle SUP, Outrigger or Surf Ski you need to make sure you build some mobility time into your weekly training. Whilst we don’t give planned mobility sessions as part of our programmes it’s something we strongly encourage doing. Read more about Paddler Mobility[…]
After a few months in the making PaddlerTraining.co.uk finally goes live. We’re really excited to be able to give back to the paddling community with what we’ve learnt over the last few years of training.