Now can you rock it up, rock it up?
Don’t stop, just move ya waistline from side to side.
Now watch you push it up, push it up,
And do the body right, do the body right, do the body right.
Regardless of what you may have heard, you don’t need a kayak to practice your kayak skills. You may have heard rumors of me standing on the shore of lakes having students stirring water with their paddles. This is true by the way and I find it does wonders to help student understand how their blades move through the water. Sometimes there is a method to my madness. . . Really. I’m always looking for new ways to help students isolate skills so they can focus on one thing without the added noise of worrying about going over, or keeping their boats in one spot or all the other little bits that can often be a distraction.