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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.
 
About Above and Below; a Salt Life Podcast: If you are obsessed with all things ocean-related, you’ve come to the right place. Hosted by Salt Life team member and professional surfer, Kieran Anderson, Above and Below dives into our favorite ocean-centric activities including fishing, diving, surfing, and more. Each week we will explore a different aspect of the Salt Life with an expert on the subject. Whether we are discussing the best places to catch a gnarly wave, what type of equipment to ...
 
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 ...
 
This is 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, technique and any SUP subject 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 experience. We cover all disciplines from SUP foiling and whitewater SUP to downwinding and we discuss issues affecting standup paddlers globally. Our mission is ...
 
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.
 
Human-Powered Adventures with TripOutside connects you to the experts in the outdoor industry that provide outdoor experiences in the top destinations. We talk about the top places to visit, outdoor things to do in those destinations, and explore human-powered adventures like skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, mountain biking, kayaking, canoeing, rock climbing, canyoneering, windsurfing, and all the epic things that you can do with your own body. We talk about destinations and what they have ...
 
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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In this episode: Kieran Anderson and April Zilg sit down to discuss all aspects of April’s stand up paddle board career, including her world travels, her disciplined workout routine, and even how she got started by simply paddling recreationally. From the time April picked up a paddle, she had her eyes on the prize. Topics discussed in this episode…
 
Lindsey Virdeh was forever changed by the Pandemic and found love and acceptance in the sport of stand up paddle boarding. She is a Mother, Wife, and Instructor in Clean Energy Technology at Shoreline Community College in Washington State. Paddling provided Lindsey both the calming solitude she needed during the pandemic and allowed her to spend ti…
 
This week we feature the incredible Niek Van Der Linde, who is the four-time winner of the classic (and gritty) Non-Stop 11 Cities Race. This year he added to his win by simultaneously breaking the world 24 hour SUP record on a regulation board rather than the usual 'unlimited' version used for these record attempts. In this episode we talk about t…
 
Episode 292 ~ September 16, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics John Van Barriger is has started his Erie Canal trip and calls in to give an update on the first couple days Sean and Tracey are back from their Temagami canoe trip and don’t want to see another thunderstorm ever again!!! Temagami First Nations elder Alex Mathias talks about the history of Tema…
 
Colin McPhillips on All Things Surfing and Stand Up Paddleboarding In this episode: Kieran Anderson and Colin McPhillips get together to talk about Colin’s surfing career, including his world travels, passing his legacy down to his kids, and even being successful in the stand up paddle board community. From the time he was a grom, Colin knew he wan…
 
This week we feature Irish waterman Dave Ludgate, as we sit down for a relaxed chat about paddling across Ireland and his beautiful waters of Cork. Dave is also known as Subowti for reasons we uncover in the episode, and has a deep love of SUP surfing and for the environment and spends time paddling the River Lee picking up the varied objects that …
 
Episode 291 ~ September 9, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics The new Canadian Canoe Museum will feature languages and voices from Indigenous communities throughout their exhibits Time to start getting ready for Fall paddling Mississippi reversal, Loeva transparent SUP, and more…By SR
 
This week we're proud to feature Speaker, Author, Filmmaker, Conservationist and Ocean Pioneer, Chris Bertish. Chris has scored a number of incredible achievements, including his legendary victory at Mavericks, the big wave Californian surf break. In this interview we talk about his record-breaking 2016 crossing of the Atlantic by SUP which is capt…
 
Episode 290 ~ September 2, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Sarah DiGregorio talks about a recent canoe trip that took her from the north of Algonquin Park to the very south and the importance of good tripping partners that will be there during the good, the bad, and the ugly.By SR
 
In this episode: Kieran Anderson and Max Fleming sit down to discuss growing up fishing and following in his dad’s footsteps, his biggest catches, and catching waves whenever he gets the chance. From the time Max was born, he has been an avid waterman. This has led him to his passion of being a lifeguard and taking the ocean’s dangers seriously. Ma…
 
In this week's value-added-episode, we've got two interviews for you, as we feature Veronique Musumeci talking about Belgium as a stand up paddle destination, and Chris MacDonald who tells us about his epic SUP journey covering the 55 miles of sea between Mallorca and Ibiza, two of the Balearic Islands. Veronique appears across the media in Belgium…
 
Episode 289 ~ August 26, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics John gives an update on his preparations for his Erie Canal trip, including whether he should take a canoe or kayak The River Runner by Rush Sturges is a must watch on Netflix Derek and his family took a canoe trip into Temagami this year Algonquin Outfitters is 60 years old this year and they are…
 
In this episode: Kieran Anderson and Angie Keilhauer sit down to discuss all aspects of Angie’s music career including her world travels, growing up in El Salvador, and even competing on The Voice. Angie is one of the voices behind Happily Ever After that plays each night at the fireworks show in Disney World. When she’s not on stage, she does her …
 
Lindsey Virdeh was forever changed by the Pandemic and found love and acceptance in the sport of stand up paddle boarding. She is a Mother, Wife, and Instructor in Clean Energy Technology at Shoreline Community College in Washington State. Paddling provided Lindsey both the calming solitude she needed during the pandemic and allowed her to spend ti…
 
This week we speak to Los Angeles based writer, director and producer Joe Piscatella, one of the filmmakers behind the landmark documentary about Chris Bertish's audacious attempt to cross the Atlantic Ocean on a stand-up paddleboard. 'Last Known Coordinates' captures the story behind the successful completion of this staggering achievement includi…
 
In this episode: Kieran Anderson and Connor Baxter sit down to discuss all aspects of Connor’s SUP career, including the tournaments he has participated in, his rigorous training and recovery regimen, and how Connor has been stand-up paddle boarding since he was just 7 years old. Born and raised in Hawaii, Connor has a deep appreciation for living …
 
Are you doing everything to lose weight and nothing is happening? Or worse, are you seeing the scale go up and yet you are restricting more than ever, and working out harder than ever? Then listen up, because it's not just about diet and exercise. Learn what things outside of nutrition and movement help with a new issue that is becoming more preval…
 
In this week's episode we feature journalist Lucy Donoughue from Happiful Magazine. Lucy wrote a beautiful love letter to SUP in her article Falling Isn't Failing which revealed how SUP has eased some personal challenges including obsessive compulsive disorder, body self image and early menopause. In this episode we freewheel across a number of top…
 
Episode 287 ~ August 12, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics There is now an Audio books aspect to Derek’s book club How do you charge you batteries when on a long paddle trip? Lets talk about solar chargers It looks like there is a SUP board coming that is made from sustainable, environmental friendly, and recycled materials…
 
In this episode: Kieran Anderson and Cheyenne Lee sit down to discuss Cheyenne’s passion for all things above and below the water including spearfishing, lobster diving, and Cheyenne’s six women’s world titles. As a 5th generation Floridian, Cheyenne grew up diving and fishing competitively alongside her parents and brothers. A passion for the Salt…
 
This week we feature Aussie Michael Booth, who is a four time World Champion and successful coach, entrepreneur and podcaster In this episode we chat about his racing and his unbelievable success, despite coming to the sport relatively late. We talk about his love of coaching and in the episode he explains the most common mistakes most new paddlers…
 
Episode 286 ~ August 5, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Sean is back ordering more gear to try out in the back country Farm Lake in Algonquin Park is an access lake but it was the location of a relaxing interior canoe trip Invasive species are easy to transport, Kokatat has new ownership, and putting a condom on a kayak???…
 
In this episode: Kieran Anderson and Peter Miller sit down to discuss all aspects of Peter’s fishing career, including his world travels, producing his TV show Uncharted Waters which airs on Discovery Channel, and how Peter has had his rod bent since he was just 5 years old. From the time he casted his first Zebco, Peter knew fishing was more than …
 
This week we're chatting with Sarah Thornely of SUPJunkie. Sarah is a confirmed SUP Junkie and having discovered the sport late, threw herself into it, first by winning the British Women's Championship in 2017 at the age of 58 (NB - Not the age category championship) and then by providing streaming commentary and athlete interviews for UK, APP and …
 
If you are suffering from Lyme, mold, parasites, and just chronic systemic inflammation of any kind that is robbing you of life, listen up…. So the cliche is not wrong - Milk really does do a body good…..now before you say "I’m lactose intolerant or dairy sensitive so this podcast isn’t going to apply to me," you might want to reconsider and listen…
 
Episode 285 ~ July 29, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics An Idaho woman has found out the hard way that a dirty campsite can lead to a huge fine Do you know how fast you paddle? Can you calculate how much distance you can cover in an allotted amount of time? It helps to know when planning a paddling trip in the back country Ellesmere Island to Point Pelee…
 
Ryder Devoe on fishing, diving, surfing and more In this episode: Kieran Anderson and Ryder Devoe sit down to discuss all things fishing, diving and surfing. As an avid waterman, Ryder has traveled all over the world doing what he loves most, Living the Salt Life. Having parents that were also fond of the ocean, Ryder was born into this lifestyle a…
 
Dr Raymond Peat is back and needs no introduction, but do check out his website - http://www.raypeat.com to read his plethora of wonderfully well-written and well-researched articles. Thank you for these wonderful listener questions and hope you enjoy hearing the answers to your question. Learn about what Dr. Peat thinks about Chinese medicine and …
 
In any sport there are leaders, who strive for improvement and those who follow in their wake. In this episode Norwegian Olympic windsurfer and Starboard founder Svein Rasmussen talks to Simon about his waterman journey and about developing products for both new paddlers and world champions. When it was first founded, Starboard was an upstart compa…
 
This week is beginners week on SUPfm and ahead of Season 4 we've got new paddlers covered, with four episodes covering some of the key subjects and challenges facing new members of the tribe. We're featuring experienced watermen and women covering these key subjects How to choose your SUP SUP safety Learning, confidence and developing core skills W…
 
Episode 284 ~ July 22, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Alan Drummond steps in for Derek this week to talk about kayak rescues, being aware on the water, the declining interest in paddlesports, paddlesport supply chain and price issues, and some YouTube channels you might want to check outBy SR
 
This week is beginners week on SUPfm and ahead of Season 4 we've got new paddlers covered, with four episodes covering some of the key subjects and challenges facing new members of the tribe. We're featuring experienced watermen and women covering these key subjects How to choose your SUP SUP safety Learning, confidence and developing core skills W…
 
How many miles do you think you've paddled in your entire life? Is it more or less than 650? Get this, between September 18th - 28th there is a 650-mile long paddle race across the state of Alabama called the Great Alabama 650. The race begins in the northeast section of the state and finishes at Fort Morgan in Mobile Bay, AL. This week, we had Gre…
 
This week is beginners week on SUPfm and ahead of Season 4 we've got new SUP tribe members covered, with four episodes covering some of the key questions and challenges facing new paddlers wherever you are. We're featuring experienced watermen and women covering these key subjects How to choose your SUP SUP safety Learning, confidence and developin…
 
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