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March 7th, 2016 by evan
The best treatment I’ve come across when dealing with shoulder injuries is RICE. Rest – Ice – Compression – Elevation. Although I own a Game Ready system, I use Hyperice when on the go because it’s portable and simple to use. Shoulder Icing is one of the best ways to stay in action. Our shoulders can’t heal until the inflammation is gone and one of the most effective ways to battle inflammation is ice.
Continue reading ‘Hyperice Shoulder Ice System for Stand Up Paddlers’
February 28th, 2016 by evan
Welcome to another episode of Board Meeting. In this episode, Robert and I will talk about the Menehune Hat Clip/Menehune Mount.
Continue reading ‘Board Meeting Episode 14: Menehune Hat Clip/Menehune Mount’
February 22nd, 2016 by evan
I saw Todd Bradley from C4 Waterman and he showed me the waterproof camera that he was using. It wasn’t a GoPro. It was a point and shoot Fuji XP80. Todd said that Dale Hope and some others turned him onto it and he liked it.
Continue reading ‘Fuji XP80 Waterproof Camera Review and Test Footage in Surf and Sunset’
February 15th, 2016 by evan
We got an out of season hurricane that sent some waves to Oahu’s south shore. We’re used to the north shore pumping out huge waves in the winter but the south is normally small. Add in the light winds and we had glassy conditions. The surf was consistent and even with a large crowd there were waves for everyone.
Continue reading ‘Surfing Diamond Head Oahu Hawaii In The Winter’
February 8th, 2016 by evan
Welcome to another episode of Board Meeting. In this episode, Robert and I will talk about some tips and drills that you can practice in flat water to help you get ready for riding bumps or catching waves on a SUP stand up paddle board.
Continue reading ‘Board Meeting Episode 13: Paddling Drills’
February 4th, 2016 by darin
Review written by: Darin Leong
The Blue Planet Kai Zen paddle comes in two blade sizes, 88″ and 98″. I was lucky enough to try both sizes out.
Continue reading ‘Comparing Kai Zen 98″ and 88″ Blade Paddles’
January 31st, 2016 by robert
If you are new to downwind stand up paddle boarding, and want to get ready to do some open ocean downwinders, these are some tips and drills you can practice in flat water to help you get ready for riding bumps on a SUP. Check the bottom of this page for information on coached downwinders.
This post is focused on downwinders and catching/ gliding on bumps, but this drill is also helpful for catching breaking waves if you want to learn to stand up paddle surf.
Continue reading ‘SUP Tips: Catching Waves and Bumps- Flatwater drills to help you get ready for open ocean stand up paddle boarding’
January 25th, 2016 by evan
I got a first hand tour of the mobile command center for Kainoa McGee’s Ohana Surf Project. Sean Anderson shows us both the Mercedes Sprinter van and the school bus looking board van. I have to say that I was impressed. This was the first time I’ve seen a Mercedes Sprinter used for a surf school. Definitely first class.
Continue reading ‘Kainoa McGee Ohana Surf Project Mobile Command Center’
January 18th, 2016 by evan
I wanted to try out the Blue Planet All Good 8′8″x32″x4″ board since I’m really used to riding the Starboard 8′10″ Wide Point. I really love this size. It’s short enough to surf well and still has decent paddle power. Both boards fit easily in my van. The Blue Planet All Good has almost 20 liters less volume than the Starboard and that makes a difference for riders over 215 lbs. Anyone under 190 lbs can ride almost anything but heavier riders have less options and need to be more skilled to ride a board under 9′.
Continue reading ‘Blue Planet 8-8 All Good Stand Up Paddle SUP Board Test’
January 11th, 2016 by evan
Welcome to another episode of Board Meeting. In this episode, Robert and I will talk about using Youtube to promote your products, store, services, or brand and earn money at the same time.
Continue reading ‘Board Meeting Episode 12: Youtube’
January 10th, 2016 by robert
When I first started Stand Up Paddling, I was struggling to catch waves. I was pulling on the paddle as hard as I could and figured the harder I pulled on the paddle, the faster the board would go. I also kept breaking paddles. A big breakthrough for me came when Brian Keaulana gave me this tip after watching me try to catch a wave: You are starting in first gear, you need to start in first gear. He told me first gear with the paddle is short quick strokes way up in front, just tapping the water. Continue reading ‘SUP Tips: Quick Acceleration Strokes- Starting in First Gear’
January 4th, 2016 by evan
Welcome to another episode of Board Meeting. Are you a SUP surfer/racer on an athlete in general looking for sponsors? Or perhaps a parent looking to get sponsorship for your child? Then this episode is for you!
Continue reading ‘Board Meeting Episode 11: Sponsorship’
December 28th, 2015 by evan
Welcome to another episode of Board Meeting. In this episode, Robert and I will talk about Blue Planet Surf’s “Kai Zen” High Performance Carbon Stand Up Paddle. After a succesful Kickstarter campaign, the Kai Zen paddle is now in production and is expected to arrive in February 2016.
Continue reading ‘Board Meeting Episode 10: Kai Zen High Performance Stand Up Paddle’
December 21st, 2015 by evan
Here’s a video from a recent morning SUP surfing session I had in Waikiki. The waves weren’t that big but it was still fun.
Continue reading ‘A Morning SUP Surfing Session in Waikiki’
December 14th, 2015 by evan
Join the Menehunes as they take surfing lessons and have a fun day surfing in Waikiki.
Continue reading ‘The Menehunes Go Surfing in Waikiki’