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Best Stand Up Paddle podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Stand Up Paddle podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The podcast for stand up paddle inspiration whether you're a SUPracer , stand-up paddleboard surfer or SUP adventurer. We talk with guests about fitness, paddle technique and subjects geared to help and inspire across all skill and experience levels and give you what you need to get the most out of your stand-up paddleboard. We cover all disciplines from SUP foiling and whitewater SUP to downwinding and we discuss issues affecting standup paddlers globally. Our mission is to help you to get ...
 
Welcome to one and only stand up paddle surfing radio show! This radio show is being broadcast worldwide so you can get your fill of stand up paddle stoke 24/7. Whether it's fin talk, board talk , technique, event reports, or simply reflections on killer sessions, We're keeping it real and delivering the goods. Contact us at info@supsurfmag.com or visit us online at www.supsurfmag.com.
 
Are you looking for a high energy, in yo' face, push thru the pain, explode thru the weight,"WITNESS MY FITNESS" podcast? Well, THIS ISN'T IT! If what you ARE looking for is inspiring conversations with regular people who have attained exceptional results, then you are in the right place! Do you want to better understand how to train as your body ages through the decades? How something that worked in your 20's could actually be keeping you from excelling in your 40's. I'll introduce you to s ...
 
Olympic gold medal winner and climate change campaigner Etienne Stott introduces The Paddler's Podcast. There's so much being done to make sure you can take your canoe or stand up paddleboard in rivers and waterways across the UK. We'll hear inspiring stories of the people who are making big differences to the environment to help others and you'll find out how you can get involved.
 
Hello, I am Nathan Woods and together with Shane Perrin, we are the hosts of the Keep Standing Podcast. A weekly show of inspiration from stories and interviews of people doing unique and crazy things on and off the water. We met through our love for Stand Up Paddle Boarding and quickly found a shared philosophy that we are all in charge of our attitudes and that it is not the circumstances of life that define us, but instead how we respond to them. Each week we will bring you stories of awe ...
 
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Originally from New York, Christian Shaw paddles out of Santa Cruz, California and is a water-man with a huge focus on stand up paddling. He's a SUP Surfer, whitewater paddler and a competitor at races including the 11 cities...he certainly rolls up his sleeves and gets involved. After a conference in 2014, Christian and fellow environmentalists we…
 
Episode 235 ~ August 13, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics If you are looking to paddle through a lock system, here are some things you need to know about ‘Locking Through’ a paddle craft Ben Stacey of Two Men and a Canoe joins us to talk about Season 3 of Get OutsideBy Sean Rowley
 
Episode 234 ~ August 6, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics The Great American Outdoors Act has been signed into law, funding the Land and Water Conservation Fund and restoring National Parks When you are paddling whitewater, you need to communicate over loud noise and distance. Knowing the proper hand and paddle signals are a definite asset…
 
The Stand Up Paddle Industry Association is the trade organization of all stand up paddle businesses and has played a pivotal role in the development of the sport. Kristin, as a founding member of the association, has been there from the beginning. She talks to Nick from her home in Southern California and tells us all about her connection with SUP…
 
As we reach the mid point (ish) of Season Two we take a departure from our usual interview format with a episode we've wanted to do for a while...our favourite SUP and water books. Whether it's getting some holiday reading or something to keep you satisfied if you're not able to get out onto the water, in this episode we discuss our favourites : if…
 
Here's another chance to hear one of Etienne's favourite interviews from the first series. Etienne travels to Manchester to meet Cal Major, who's been so influential in the fight against sewage and plastic in our seas. Cal talks about her epic world record journey when she decided to take her SUP and paddle nearly 1000 miles from Lands' End to John…
 
Episode 231 ~ July 16, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics Outdoor stores are benefiting from opening again, and they are implementing safe COVID policies The Meanest Link in Algonquin Park is hard enough to do by canoe, so why would 3 people want to attempt it by SUP What3Words is a locator system that is extremely different from the others out there and i…
 
A summer re-run and a chance to listen again. Olympic gold medal winner and climate campaigner Etienne Stott meets one of his heroes, Steve Backshall. Steve's incredible expedition's have made into dozens of TV programmes and brought paddling to a mainstream audience. It's a fascinating conversation. They start with Steve's recent trip to the Arcti…
 
This episode features the creator of PADDLE LOGGER which is consistently the most regularly recommended tracker app amongst stand-up paddlers worldwide. We recently put together a list of the most useful apps that we use, on and off the water, and David Walker's PADDLE LOGGER was the simplest and most useful tracker in the collection. He tells the …
 
Episode 230 ~ July 9, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics John Van Barriger went out to test out some new lighter weight gear for upcoming trips What is your goal for going light weight on paddling trips? Single carry? What luxuries would you leave home to achieve that goal? Do you count every ounce in your pack?…
 
In this episode, Coach Chris and Coach Evan discuss why we almost always coach our students one-on-one and not in groups. Other surf instructors have asked us, "why?" with a puzzled look, business focused minds made their case for why we should teach groups and maximize our profits, students have begged us to let their friends join us for a session…
 
Olympic gold medal winner Etienne Stott chats with former MP and paddler Tom Watson and the Chief Executive of The Outdoor Industries Association, Andrew Denton. There's some great chat here about the work done to allow canoeists back on the water during lockdown and the transformational possibilities during the recovery from the Covid crisis. Tom …
 
As we start plastic-free July, we've got the perfect episode to get you fired up!⁠ ⁠Joe is an ex-surfer who got the stand-up paddle bug in a big way. His refusal to accept the volumes of trash which found their way into his stretch of the Potomac, turned into a daily ritual. Every day he gets onto the water using an over sized paddle-board to clear…
 
Episode 229 ~ July 2, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics Would you pack up everything and head of into the wilderness to build a log cabin and live for a year? That is what Joanne and John Moore did Cliff Jacobson says there are 9 canoeing mistakes people make that you need to know so you do not make them Why should you get out and paddle, especially now…
 
One of the best surf sessions Coach Chris & Coach Evan have ever had didn't happen without one hell of an adventure before & after. This isn't our version though. In this episode, Coach Chris talks with Captain Dave on the phone to hear his perspective on the chain of events that led to us scoring the best session of our lives. Soon enough we're go…
 
Warning - some topics discussed are of a sensitive nature. Etienne's joined by two paddling adventurers Nick Ray, a sea-kayaking specialist and Darren Clarkson-King who talk about how the water helps with mental health. Darren is the only paddler to have kayaked all the rivers that flow from Everest. He talks to Etienne about how what he believes w…
 
Stand up paddle legend from Sydney Australia, James Casey, has won the Australian title 5 times and clinched an impressive win in the world's most challenging paddle race. Nick chats to James all about his early surf days, finding sup with a garden rake (?) and perfecting his paddle technique to win and win and win. You can feel the love he has for…
 
Episode 228 ~ June 25, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics Do you carry a knife while paddling? There a few varieties to choose from. Which do you carry? A really creative canoe build from New Zealand using paper mache When you plan out your paddling trip you fully expect to have a great time, but due to things beyond your control, that is not always the ca…
 
Etienne Stott leads a fascinating conversation about access with two leading writers. Guy Shrubsole is the author of "Who Owns England?: How We Lost Our Green and Pleasant Land, and How to Take it Back. Nick Hayes is the author of "The Book of Trespass"and is a land and rights campaigner. This is an hour's discussion which goes to the heart of Brit…
 
Robert Stehlik started Blue Planet Surf back in the early 90's and it became Blue Planet SUP as he realized the implications of the booming stand up paddle industry. Based in Hawaii a stone's throw away from Waikiki Beach and Ala Moana Beach Park in Honululu, his brand has become one of the foundations of the industry. Renowned for their thriving Y…
 
Episode 227 ~ June 18, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics It can take a quick minute for a great paddling day to turn bad, and you may require Coast Guard assistance. Have you ever wondered what goes into a Coast Guard rescue? Who is involved, how it is organized, and some of the other logistics involved? This episode we take a small peek at the Coast Guar…
 
Chad has a lot of great things to say, but the reason we had him as a guest on Kookcast is so you can hear more about his stand up technique. It is wacky, wild, seemingly off kilter, yet somehow maintains balance, but bite your tongue before you say anything negative because when you hear Chad's story your excuses for not surfing will be dim compar…
 
Canadian national paddler Maddi Leblanc's incredible enthusiasm for the sport shines through in every word of this interview. A talented paddler, she was asked in 2018 to join the Canada team at the ISA Championships in China following her domination of events across her native Ontario. In this episode she shares her infectious enthusiasm for stand…
 
Etienne Stott meets 4 of this year's #ShePaddles Ambassadors, just some of the group chosen to promote women in paddlesport. There's great chat here about their passions for getting outdoors and sharing the love of the canoe and paddling. The guests are Emma Love, Kirstie Macmillan, Katie Pearson and Julie Vidor. Emma's into white water SUP. India …
 
This week we are celebrating Paul Hyman's ten year old mission to get Londoners on the water. There are almost 9 million of you and so many are enjoying the waterways that surround the capital of the United Kingdom. Many have engaged in the cleanups, races, relays and adventure trips that Paul has been behind. We discuss all the events that he has …
 
If you looked at the map of Europe and began to ponder a stand up paddle board adventure, a blue streak would leap out at you. The Danube River commences it's 3,000 km journey in south western Germany and plunges down a racy course towards Munich but manages to weave in between Stuttgart and Munich before flowing through Austria, taking in Vienna b…
 
Etienne Stott chats with the chair of British Canoeing, Prof John Coyne CBE and CEO David Joy. This is the audio version of a live video stream which you can find on British Canoeing's social media channels. Lots of topics are covered in this episodes with questions from members. They talk about how British Canoeing's been working during the Covid …
 
Episode 226 ~ June 4, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics We talk with Gillian Burt, the Executive Director of Project Canoe to find out who they are, what they do and what their Camp IN event is all about Veterinarian Kirsten Graham-May tells us what it is like being a volunteer ‘First Responder’ for the Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre…
 
In 2018 Sian Sykes' completed an epic trip circumnavigating Wales by paddle-board. This entertaining episode tells of her journey, her sticky moments and her work to spread the word about single-use plastics. A regional representative for Surfers Against Sewage, Sian is passionate about the state of our water and paddled the inland waterways and th…
 
Olympic gold medal winner and environmental campaigner Etienne Stott chats with Hugo Tagholm the Chief Executive of Surfers Against Sewage. This is an audio version of the live video streams which you can find on British Canoeing's Facebook Page and YouTube Channel. Hugo is a surfer, environmentalist and award-winning campaigner from the beaches to…
 
Episode 225 ~ May 28, 2020 Podcast Info / Topics U.S. National Parks have just opened or are about to open John Van Barriger has a bucket list of places he wants to paddle There is a Coast Guard video out where a kayak fisherman describes the things he has learned after being run over by a powerboat on the water…
 
Olympic gold medal winner Etienne Stott meets comedian, actor, musician and paddler Bill Bailey. This is the audio podcast version of a live video stream, which can still be found on British Canoeing's Facebook page and YouTube channel. Bill got into paddle boarding seven years ago and loves the freedom and simplicity of the sport. He learnt with h…
 
Olympic gold medal winner Etienne Stott chats with the international paddlers Emma Wiggs, Kimberley Woods and Katie Reid. Kimberley was set to make her Olympic debut in 2020 after a successful 2019 season. She was also hoping to be one of the stars of the European Championships at Lee Valley this year. She spent the early part of lockdown training …
 
Etienne meets some of the UK's top people for kit. Pete Astles from Peak UK, Steve Childs from Tootega, Paul Robertson of Palm equipment and Mat Wilkinson from Pyranha. This is an audio version of a live video stream on British Canoeing's Facebook page and YouTube channel. They talk about trends in the sport, life under lockdown and what the future…
 
The French Kayaker Nouria Newman joins Etienne Stott in this audio version of British Canoeing's special lockdown video streams. Nouria is a gold medal winner at the World Championships - but there is so much more to her paddling. She's brilliant at freestyle and extreme kayaking and pretty much one of a kind. She loves competition but also has a t…
 
This is an audio version of a lockdown video livestream special. Etienne Stott meets two great adventurers. Sal Montgomery talks about how she got into the extreme end of the sport - tackling waterfalls, undiscovered rivers and going on expeditions all over the world. Sal also talks about a recent trip to Bhutan and her rescue of TV presenter Steve…
 
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