Hawaii Kai Run Shuttle

This short video shows what we do every weekend running our trailer to shuttle paddlers to do the 8.5 mile Hawaii Kai downwind run.  Stay tuned for videos of the run itself and tips on bump riding

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Standup Paddle Training Groups with Wet Feet Hawaii

Here is our official flyer for our upcoming training groups. The groups will be a great way to get into shape and will be a good way to meet other paddlers. If you would like more information, or would like to sign up, call the shop at 808-373-7873 or come by and see us!

Get Ready for the SUP Race Season with Wet Feet!

With the new year comes a new season of racing.  The Holiday Burn Off race hosted by Pa’a officially starts off the Honolulu race scene on January 8th.  (For a complete list of Hawaii races along with races around the world, check out www.allsupraces.com).

For may people, the races are intimidating.  We get a lot of people coming in to the shop saying that they are afraid to do the races because they feel they aren’t ready to paddle out that far, aren’t fast enough, or fit enough.  In a effort to get everyone ready to have a safe and fun race season, Wet Feet has put together a few training groups to get everyone ready to get out there and paddle.

Spring Training Group:

January 8 – March 5, 2011

8 weeks:  3 one hour sessions per week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays to prepare for the upcoming race season.

Workouts include:
*Stretching and flexibility on land
*Strength and conditioning for SUP
*Race practice and paddling technique

Race Season Readiness Training Group

March 5- May 29, 2011

12 Weeks,  3 one hour sessions per week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays to get into shape for the race season

Training programs include:
*Weekly workout schedules provided via e-mail
*Emphasis on speed, agility, technique and endurance
*Workouts will get longer and more intensive each week leading up to a taper for the Battle of the Paddle Hawaii
*Ultimate goal is to be race ready

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 paddling hard.
*Strength and Flexibility:  Dryland training to strengthen muscles used in padding and flexibility for warm up and recovery
*Agility:  Board handling work including turns, bumps, and crowds.
*Technique:  Paddling technique for efficiency, turning technique and footwork
*Endurance:  Long weekend paddles to increase endurance

Give us a call at the shop 808-373-7873 for pricing and more information