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Ryan James SUP race techniques – Breaking down the stroke

Ryan James SUP race techniques – Breaking down the stroke

SUP racer Ryan James breaks down the paddle stroke by looking at the setup, entry, catch, power phase, exit and recovery. By performing all these paddle stages correctly you will improve not only your paddle technique but also your efficiency on the water.

We look forward to sharing more of Ryan’s technique videos soon.

Read & watch Ryan’s other videos and race tips on SUPboarder here : Ryan James SUP race techniques

For more information about SUPfit and Ryan James visit : www.supfit.co.uk

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