There’s a lot more to that paddle stroke than just a flex of the arms and shoulders. It’s core, knee-to-shoulder core, says Katie Rowe. Rowe is a World Paddle Association Level 1 certified instructor and a 200-hour yoga instructor based … Continue reading →
Count Massachusetts’ Charles River as one of the busiest recreational waterways in the world. While the Charles begins 80 miles (129 km) out at Echo Lake in Hopkinton, MA, it ends in the heart of Boston. The Charles River Basin, … Continue reading →
Brody Welte stepped on a stand up paddle board (SUP) in 2007 in Hawai’i and never looked back. Despite the economic downturn, Welte launched his own SUP company in 2008 and developed a comprehensive SUP fitness training program, PaddleFit. Today … Continue reading →
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