February 23, 2017
Standup Journal's new Online Editor joins Erik on the podcast.
Evelyn O'Doherty is a former school teacher gone rogue. Her transformation happened when she learned to surf. After the bug bit, she was no longer able to be contained to the walls of a classroom, so Ev followed her instincts to recreate herself and left a successful career of teaching in order to spend more time on the water. Today, she is a stand up paddle racer, surfer and yoga teacher. She instructs and offers retreats around the world in order to inspire others to follow their passions, live their dreams and, she hopes, spend more time on the water. Evelyn believes wholeheartedly that we will protect what we love; therefore, her on-the-water coaching includes special attention to the state of our waterways and oceans in order to inspire her students to become stewards for the planet and take care of each other and the ocean so that we may live and respect in it's presence for a long time to come. You can check out her Stand Up Paddle Clinics and Retreats on her website: www.evelynodoherty.com
February 20, 2017
Introducing the Progression Project Podcast. This episode is from the Progression Project, my new podcast focused on the learning process and journey to mastery. But, since our conversation uses paddle surfing to discuss the learning process, you guys will love it!
Josh Waitzkin is the author of The Art of Learning. He's the subject of the movie, Searching for Bobby Fischer, about his chess life. He's an 8x US National Chess Champion, a 2x World Tai Chi Push Hands Champion, and a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt. He's new passion is paddle surfing, and I've been coaching Josh for the last 16 months. Our conversation is about his the learning process and his framework for skill acquisition. If you're learning to paddle surf listen to this episode first.
January 18, 2017
Erik and Tristan discuss the 2017 season of the Standup World Tour.
October 15, 2016
I got up with Zane and Matty while in San Clemente. They'd both been on the show before so we took this opportunity to have a technical discussion and dive into fan questions. It's a long episode, almost 2 hours, but it's packed full of lessons. If you're passionate about getting better at paddle surfing, you're gonna love it!
September 5, 2016
Larry Cain, Olympic Gold Medalist and now Head Coach at Paddle Monster joins Erik on the Paddlewoo podcast to discuss stroke technique and lessons learned from his olympic life.
August 20, 2016
Kirk McGinty from L41 SURFCRAFT joins Erik on the Paddlewoo Podcast to discuss paddle surfboard design and Erik's next board. This is Part 1 of the series Designing a Paddle Board and is the initial discussion and direction for the board. Follow along on paddlewoo.com to see different design iterations. After the board is finished and tested Kirk will come back on the show to break down the performance.
July 18, 2016
Jason and SUP Surfing Coach Erik discuss lessons learned in a week surfing in Costa Rica. We cover bottom turns, paddle technique, popping up, cutbacks, boards and surfing in crowds.
June 22, 2016
Foundation Training saved my surfing life! Eric Goodman teaches us fundamental principles that will increase our future happiness.
June 8, 2016
Tyler comes back on the show to give us a technical understanding of fin dynamics and what you should ride when. I learned more in this 45 minutes than in a life of surfing. Enjoy!
May 31, 2016
Fernando Stalla, from Sayulita, Mexico, witnessed the highest levels of paddle surfing in 2010 when a professional contest came to town, and decided to work to achieve that level and a place in the sport.