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Guía básica para Stand-Up Paddle Surfing Naish 2010.

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  • STAND-UP PADDLEbasic guide

    2010

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    Attach your Leash

    To your Ankle

    To your BoArd

    Slide the leash through the rope at the end of the board. Velcro the layers together accordingly.

    Make sure that the rope does not touch the end of the board to prevent the rope from potentially causing damage to the tail.

    Firmly wrap the opposite end of the leash around your calf or ankle.

    Make sure the leash is secure and that the cord runs off the side of your calf or ankle.

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    Correct Incorrect

    BladeFacingForward

    BladeFacingBackward

    Hold your Paddle

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    Measure your Paddle LengthThe Paddle Length is dependent on personal preferencebut these suggestions can be used as a guideline

    Wave paddle15-20cm(6-8in) overyour head

    Race paddle20-25cm(8-10in) overyour head

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    Carry your Board - Carry Handle

    1. 2.

    3. 4.

    5. 6.

    Lift the board with one hand by the rail and slip your hand into the handle located on the deck of the board.

    Raise the board so it is resting on the rail. Beware of debris that could be hazardous to your board.

    Always try and position your paddle in a convenient location for pick up after you have your board in hand.

    With the board in the appropriate carrying position,bend down and pick up your paddle from itsconvenient location.

    Lift both paddle and board up with your legs remaining balanced.

    Proceed to the water and prepare to launch. Make sure your board is raised above the waves when carrying it into the water.

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    Carry your Board - Carry Handle

    1. 2.

    3. 4.

    5. 6.

    Put the board and paddle in a convenient location for pick up and place the leash in your hand.

    Bend down with your knees and place your hand comfortably in the handle with the leash remaining in hand.

    When lifting always remember to lift with your legs and not your back.

    Grab the paddle off of the ground where you conve-niently left it with your free hand.

    Begin to walk to the beach with gear secured andbalanced.

    Put leash on once you have entered the water and mount the board.

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    Carry your Board - Shoulder

    1. 2.

    3. 4.

    5. 6.

    Put your paddle in an accessible area and bend down with your knees reaching across to the far rail with one hand and grabbing the closest rail to you with the other.

    With a firm grip, lift up with your legs from asquatting position.

    Hold the rail with your bottom hand and rest the board on your shoulder. Balance the board against your shoulder in a centered position.

    Slowly bend down and grab your paddle with your free hand. Always make sure before lifting your board that you have left the paddle in a convenient location forpick up.

    Navigate a path to the water making sure the board feels stable and balanced.

    Before walking, make sure the leash is not wrapped around your feet.

    Always be conscious of wind gusts, people and objects when carrying your board with this technique.

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    Get on your Board - Off theBeach

    1. 2.

    3. 4.

    5. 6.

    Enter the water avoiding reef and debris at a safe launch spot. Hold the board at your side by the handle on the deck of the board keeping the paddle secured in youropposite hand.

    Place the board carefully into the water.

    Rest the paddle on top of the board making sure to keep a hand on it at all times and cautiously lift one leg into kneeling position at the center of the board.

    Let the other leg follow so that you are now kneeling with both legs on the center of the board with the paddle lying flat under your hands at the front of the board.

    When comfortable and stable, stand up at the center of the board with your feet shoulder width apart and paddle in hand.

    Once you have gained your balance standing, Hold the paddle blade facing outward, with one hand placed on top of the paddle and the other at the middle of the shaft. Begin paddling.

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    Get on your Board - Off the Beach

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    4. 5. 6.

    Approach the water finding a clear route for entrance.

    Carefully slide the board off of your shoulder down towards the water.

    Let the board drop naturally into the water.

    Place both hands on deck with the paddle secured underneath them. Climb onto the board into akneeling position or take a small jump and land on both feet. Make sure you keep your balance at the center of the board with feetshoulder width apart.

    Rise to standing position with your paddle in both hands.

    Begin paddling with one hand at the top of the paddle and the other on the middle of the shaft. Make sure the blade is facing outward.

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    - Place your feet approximately shoulder width apart in a comfortable and stable position on the board

    - Position your body centered at the middle of the length of the board for the best balance fore and aft

    - Bend your knees slightly

    - The handle is a great reference for a comfortable balance point

    Where to Stand

    Shoulder width stance

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    power Stroke Keep your hands in the same position.

    If you prefer, adjust your bottom hand a little lower on the shaft.

    Drive your shoulder forward whilepulling with your torso and pull youre your bottom arm slightly.

    Reach further forward with the paddle. Pull back until you reach your feet.

    Begin a new stroke. If you continue past your feet, then you are no longer creating power and actually slowing yourself down.

    Quick Stroke Begin with a big reach forward. Drive hard with your shoulder, torso

    and a little with your bottom arm similar to the power stroke.

    Pull the paddle out approximately one foot before you reach the front of your feet and start the stroke over again.

    Remain powerful but minimize your movements to quick motions.

    Focus on quick sharp hits and do not put the paddle to deep in the water.

    Cruising Stroke Stay relaxed with your hands in the

    proper position. You can drop your top hand down a

    little more. Do not reach to far ahead and release

    the paddle behind your feet. Do not pull back as hard with the

    bottom hand. Paddle smooth and easy while taking

    in the scenery.

    Stroke - Stroke Techniques

    1. 2. 3.

    4. 5. 6.

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    Paddle Against the Wind - Kneeling

    1. 2.

    3. 4.

    5. 6.

    Keeping balanced, transition from standing to kneeling on the center of the board with your paddle in hand.

    Stabilize yourself on the board while keeping a solid grip on your paddle.

    Once you feel secure, lift the paddle in both hands and prepare to stroke.

    Hold the paddle vertically and grip it with both hands at the middle of the shaft.

    Hold hands about a foot and a half apart. Begin to paddle by rotating sides of the board. You may have to switch sides frequently depending on the size of your boards. The smaller boards tend to switch direction more quickly.

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    Paddle Against the Wind - Laydown

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    3. 4.

    5. 6.

    Lay the paddle horizontally in front of you at the head of the board. With hands on top of the paddle drop down to kneeling position.

    Transition from kneeling position to lying stomach down on your board. Keep your hands on top of your paddle.

    Lift the paddle up with one hand. Slide the blade of the paddle under your stomach.

    Make sure the blade is lying flat in a comfortable position with the handle propelled into the air.

    Begin to prone paddle with your arms in order to reach shore safely. Or in other words use the swimmingtechnique with your arms to move the board.

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    Turn around - Slow

    1. 2.

    3. 4.

    5. 6.

    Stop paddling in the forward motion. Start to back stroke on desired side. Whichever side you back paddle on is the way your board will turn.

    Take two to three strokes to maneuver your board. Looking where you want to go is key in most maneuvers.

    When your 180 turn is almost complete, rotate the paddle to the opposite side and start taking normalforward motion strokes.

    Continue paddling normally to your desired destination or try it again.

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    Turn around - Pivot Turn

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    3. 4.

    5. 6.

    Switch feet to the most natural side (regular/goofy) and apply pressure on the back foot.

    At the same time as you apply pressure to the back foot, start paddling in a sweeping motion.

    Try to do it in two to three strokes while paddling more to the outside.

    Continue to pivot. You may have to stroke moreaggressively than normal to achieve your desiredposition quickly.

    Take one more solid power stroke to finish off the turn. When your stroke is finished, simultaneously stepforward with your back foot.

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    Get off your Board - Back to the Beach

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    3. 4.

    5. 6.

    Stop paddling. Hold paddle with either one or both hands and drop to your knees slowly while