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Monday, January 17, 2022

6 Mistakes Every Dragon Boater Makes

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Whether you’ve just started in the world of paddling, we can guarantee that you are making paddling mistakes without even realising it. These mistakes...

Understand and Train Your Energy Systems

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In past posts we have discussed the energy systems that we use. In this post we are going to cover these same energy systems...
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10 Sun Tzu Quotes for Dragon Boaters

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Firstly, who is Sun Tzu? Sun Tzu was a Chinese military general, strategist, and philosopher who lived in the Spring and Autumn period of ancient...

Pass the Energy Please Part 2 – The ATP-PC Energy System

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Our first “Pass the Energy Please” post introduced ATP as the fuel for our muscles and the three energy systems in our body that...
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How to Strengthen Your Shoulders and Look Great

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The previous post in this series, “Why You Need To Strengthen Your Shoulders”, described the role of the rotor cuff and other muscles in...
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Pass the Energy Please Part 5 – The Oxidative System. Long duration, Low power

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Now that we have covered the ATP-PC and Glycolytic systems, we will discuss the Oxidative System. Long duration, Low power. This is the fifth post...
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Do What You Can, With What You Have, Where You Are

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My mouse stopped working the other day. No big deal. Right? But I spend at least 4 hours a day typing and clicking. Whether it’s...
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Pass the Energy Please Part 4 – The Glycolytic System – How to Train

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This is the fourth post in the “Pass the Energy Please” series. Go to our blog to read the others. This post follows on from...

Pass the Energy Please Part 3 – The Glycolytic System. Short duration, Moderate power

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This is the third post in the “Pass the Energy Please” series. Go to our blog to read the others. Remember the graph from the...
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Why You Need To Strengthen Your Shoulders

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Sore Shoulders? There are a myriad of reasons why your shoulder hurts--from poor paddle technique and posture, over-training, unilateral (one-sided) paddling, long paddles (longer paddles...