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Testing My Latest Shapes

I’m pretty pleased with the progress I’ve made with shaping boards that do what I think a great SUP surf board should do.  Here’s a video of how a few of my latest shapes perform. …Read More

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Three Common Mistakes

When I was in high school I did a lot of ski racing and was fortunate to have some very good coaches work with me.  One of the

Dave Kalama ” Spin’n and Grin’n “

My good friend Pat Myers has been in town the last few days, trying to collect some footage of me, and threw together this little piece of some

Outside Mag Girls SUP

Well that does it. For anyone that thought SUP hasn't entered the mainstream here's the rule, if Outside Magazine covers it, it's mainstream. When they bring in the

Drowning Doesn’t Look Like Drowning

I found this on Playak, a kayak site I visit frequently looking for technique and equipment information:
This important and educational article was written by Mario Vittone and

Waterman Workout Trailer

I've been neglecting Extreme Geezer lately, but it's for a good reason. I've been working hard on an exercise video with Dave Kalama. For those of you that

Kalama’s 50/50

As my coaching efforts increase, so does the necessity to be creative with my explanations of what I'm trying to convey. You can only say "Reach, Dammit, Reach"


About four years ago, Laird and I concocted a plan to Stand up paddle across all the major channels in Hawaii and ride our bikes across every island,

Ultimate Rail Tape: Railsaver Pro

Carles Carrera is a fanatic SUP fan and a motorcycle engineer/designer. He also likes to take care of his toys. When he knocked a chip out of one

Cape Cod Bay Challenge Gets Bigger

The Cape Cod Bay Challenge is put on by a vigorous and talented group of people including the founders--Mike Brown and Bob Babcock (Full disclosure, Bob is my

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