Training Device Setup

Step 1 Attach resistance cord closest to the top of the paddle handle to the Wall, Pole, Tree at a height of a full extended arm above the head. Step 2 Step out a few paces from that Wall, Pole, Tree etc to the position for the attachment point for the bottom resistance cord. Step…

Training Zones

Training Zones for PPT & EPT PPT – Paddle Power Trainer Training Zone Strokes Per Minute Interval Duration Interval Rest Period Number of Intervals Intensity Level Aerobic 40 – 44 2 – 10 min 40 sec – 90 sec 5 – 10 reps, 1 – 5 sets Light to moderate Anaerobic 48 – 52 1…

How To Use – PPT Technique

The Paddle Power Trainer is the perfect training and technical instructing tool for SUP paddlers and easily converts to a multi – exercise circuit gym. It’s portability and ease of set up, indoors or outdoors, along with it’s scientific and technically specific correct paddling movements, make it the best off water training device to add…

Understanding a training plan -part 3

Competitive performances are built on a foundation of training. The training which precedes the competition phase should demonstrate a gradual improvement in the amount of specific training that has occurred. Prior to entering this phase, all competition-specific physical combinations and technical elements should have reached their highest levels of development. The competitive phase involves the…

Understanding a training plan -part 2

 Specific preparatory Phase     This phase represents a progression to more specialized training. It is the first part of the specific training emphasis of the training plan. At least half the training that is done should be directly related to competitive events. The remainder still involves volume-oriented, basic work. Since technique was principally basic…

Understanding a training plan- part1

Understanding a Training Plan  Not every sporting program can be accommodated by a calendar. However, for an individual to have the chance to achieve performances that tax their potential to the fullest, it is necessary to have training experiences (sport specific)which allow appropriate developments to occur. If an athlete is unable, or is unprepared to…

Building Aerobic Endurance Conditioning

The objective of endurance training is to develop the energy production systems to meet the demands of activity for as long as they are required. Aerobic Metabolism and Endurance Most often it’s a combination of energy systems that supply the fuel needed for exercise, with the intensity and duration of the exercise determining which method…