Training Clincs

Join Wet Feet training clincs on Oahu for fitness and race preparation featuring the top SUP racers in Hawaii Morgan Hoesterey, Denis Massey, Robert Stehlik, Jeff Chang and guest speakers. Trainees will receive valuable instruction in technique, meet others to train and share goals with, and go through a progressive workout regimen designed to improve their race performance.

Email wetfeet@hawaii.rr.com or call 808-373-7873 for more information or to get on the weekly email notice list.

Race Season Training Group

Ongoing, Fee $15 per session or $100 for a 10 session pass

Intervals on Monday, Time Trials on Wednesdays at 5:30pm and downwind on Saturdays or Sundays (depending on race schedule) at 9am to get into shape for the race season. Its never too late to start!

The training programs include weekly workout schedules provided via email in addition to the group training sessions.

Emphasis on speed, agility, technique, and endurance.  Workouts get more difficult and longer each week, leading up to the beginning of SUP race season in June.  The goal is to be race ready.  The program will feature:

Speed:  Pairing up with people of like speed to add friendly competition to the training program.  Learn what it feels like to race instead of just paddle hard.

Strength and Flexibility:  Dryland training to help strengthen muscles used in paddling and flexibility for warm up and recovery.

Agility:  Board handling work including turns, bumps, waves, and crowds.

Technique:  Paddling technique for efficiency, turning technique, footwork.

Endurance:  Long weekend paddles for endurance.

Molokai Boot Camp 2014

After the success of last year's Molokai Race Training Boot Camp, we will hold it again this year on Thursday July 24th, from 8 am to 12 noon. A limited amount of rental race boards are available for rent ($40 extra charge for rental gear includes: raceboard, leash, paddle, transportation to and from event). If you have a GPS, please bring it, we will set the finish line as a waypoint and talk about using it for navigation when visual navigation is not possible. For information on the program, please read this post: http://zenwaterman.blogspot.com/2012/08/2012-molokai-to-oahu-race-coaching.html

The video shows the Sandy Beach to Hawaii Kai run that is part of the program: