REGULAR GROUP TRAINING

In addition to the Wednesday night paddle there are several informal training sessions open to members. Please contact the members below about joining in, or email committee [AT] lcrk.org.au to check times and attendance.

'TRAINING WHEELS' Morning Squad

  • Time and Location: LCRK Club Pontoon. Tuesday and Friday mornings, 5.55am for a warm-up run then 6.00am at on the water.
  • Lights and lifejackets required for pre-dawn sessions.
  • Duration: 75 minutes
  • Usual squad size: Around 6x paddlers
  • Training Style: Members only coaching for K1 paddlers or those aspiring to a K1.
  • Speed: 10kph (ie 65mins or less over 12km course)
  • Showers available at the club after training
  • Opportunity for aspiring coaches to gain coaching hours.
  • Contact: tonyhystek [AT] icloud.com

Wednesday Evening Club Coaching

On selected Wednesday afternoons before the time trial, Tony Hystek, LCRK Club Coach, will be conducting training sessions aimed at new and current members wishing to improve their kayaking skills.

We will endeavour to conduct a half hour session on the third and fourth or fifth Wednesday of each month as follows:

  • Time: 5.20pm ready to get on the water. Theory then paddle. No latecomers.
  • Date: Check here for dates, and check again on the day of training. They may be cancelled at short notice if the coach can’t make it.
  • Place: Assembly area at top of stairs to pontoon
  • MUST RSVP by the Tuesday before: tonyhystek[AT]icloud.com
  • Cancellation: Email tonyhystek[AT]icloud.com by Tuesday OR SMS on Wednesday: Tony 0409229994

Current Training Dates:

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  • Wednesday nn

Deep Water Self Recovery Workshop and K1 try-ot

We will be running another workshop at Bilarong Reserve Narrabeen on Sunday 3 February from 8am. All boat models welcome. Must wear life jackets. This is FREE for LCRK Members.

In addition - we will be taking about 6 of the LCRK K1's down of varying tippyness. You'll be able to try these out in placid conditions with a sandy beach and stand-uppable water depth. A GREAT opportunity to see just how you go in that boat that you thought was too tippy to try off the LCRK pontoon.

Parking is a bit pricey at this location - you can park for free at the end of Wimbledon Road Narrabeen, launch there and paddle over if you prefer.

 

Above: Benign conditions at 2017 training day