When you get to the beach after the session, it's a long steep walk to the shed, it's good to have everyone chip in to load canoes on the trolleys. - Some sessions are harder than others. There are times when the session program is at high intensity, but the crew really isn't ready, the timing is off, the water is too challenging and everyone is trying the hardest yet the rythum and momentium is not there. - Each combination is different. Far better to shave it back and get the 6 people in the team canoe to work better as a unit. Slowing it down doesn't mean less effort. It means better effort, more focused, delibrate yet relaxed. It's also important to give and get feedback while your there, then you can try a small change, keep the attention on the positive. - So many times I have seen the last, slowest crew with the "weaker" paddlers with 3 or more canoes on the water, progress during the session by working on basics, and no longer bringing up the rear. - Train smart. #xylobladz . . .
How cool did this turn out. Shot with my @olympus_au TG-4 1/100sec f/2 iso200 underexposed slightly. #ESdronegiveaway