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Reply to this messageREPLYchucky - 29 October 2013 21:14:50

this is something we have done on the wombourne forum.

but i think it is good. what are your long and short term goals in kayaking 

ill start with cart wheeling, 

left side double pump 

dry hair back deck roll. 

 

more long term 

running more grade four in the uk

4 star 

3 star free style.

 

so what are your goals ? 

Reply to this messageREPLYZaf - 30 October 2013 06:50:32

For a  Sunday paddler. Paddle on Sunday s. Easy. There r 52 Sunday's in a year 

52 is the magic number. 

Reply to this messageREPLYNorman - 31 October 2013 20:37:12

Short term roll on both sides

long term don't swim

improve membership and participation 

 

Reply to this messageREPLYdan gale - 01 November 2013 18:46:50

Short term 

paddle more is the biggest one gaining more experience with every paddle 

long term 

Do 3star and possibly become a coach 

also as Norman said improve membership and participation within the club 


Reply to this messageREPLYKeith - 07 November 2013 18:41:14

Short term - confident off side roll, as it's now part of the 3 star award!

learn off side back deck roll

improve confidence on grade IV water ( ie, more GIV paddling!)

longer term - 4* river leader - 5*....!

Playboating goals - bow stalls, cartwheels, loops - 3* freestyle award. 

Reply to this messageREPLYJason - 15 November 2013 11:03:22

Short term - get out paddling more frequently.

 

Long term - train and pass 4*. Progress into becoming a coach.

Reply to this messageREPLYJordam - 15 November 2013 11:05:16

Short term - paddle more rivers.

Long term - pass 3*

Reply to this messageREPLYDuncan - 30 November 2013 17:28:55

Get down the Upper T in one piece,Ditto the Upper Dart.

Build up more confidence and get rolling 100 %

3* Open Canoe ?

Reply to this messageREPLYAntony - 03 December 2013 12:55:42

Short term: Learn to roll and gain confidence. Also pass 2 star.

Longer term: to paddle grade 2-3 rivers.

 

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