Kayak Technique: A Canadian Perspective E-Book Edition

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Kayak Technique: A Canadian Perspective E-Book Edition is an e-book designed to help kayakers of all levels and abilities paddle more efficiently. Featured athletes include Olympians Kristin Gauthier and Angus Mortimer. A secret Hungarian weight training program is described along with many pictures demonstrating proper kayak technique.

This book is a must read for every kayaker.

Available formats: epub, mobi, pdf, rtf, lrf, pdb, txt

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Words: 4,410
Language: English
ISBN: 9780988160934
About Lindsy Richardson

Lindsy is the author of two interactive iBooks available for iPad only:

1. SPSS Outputs and Summaries: A Collection of APA Summaries and their SPSS Outputs;
2. Kayak Technique: A Canadian Perspective.

He also recently created a modified e-book version of Kayak Technique: A Canadian Perspective that can be enjoyed by all e-book readers.

Lindsy holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology, a Masters of Science in industrial / organizational psychology, and also studied executive leadership through Cornell University.

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Reviews

Review by: WAI CHUNG SZE on Feb. 11, 2013 : (no rating)
Thanks for the hard work. A nice description of the "Canadian" experience. Appreciate if there were more photos to explain the forward paddling stroke from different angles. Series of photos are even better! Look forward to reading updates. (Szechung Kayaker, Hong Kong) szechung@gmail.com
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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