I was briefed on some theory, some of which I had learned before, some was new to me and some was broken down to mathematical formulas’ and physiology. As always, with everything, there is more than meets the eye.
It won’t take hours on a computer to support the organisations fighting for things you care about, following their social media accounts and staying up to date with how to help is a good way to start and often it will take just a few short minutes signing a petition to help.
The most important thing is to stand up and be involved.
Shred Dog and crew narrowly avoided some extra time in Sri Lanka on their recent surf kayak trip. The local police were out and looking to lockdown.....With a locals only mustach Doug and the crew managed to blend in and sneak in some sweet surf sessions.
I am happiest when I am busy. Even at times where I feel overwhelmed, overworked and under slept, I know that no matter how much I crave downtime and sleep in those particular moments. I don’t actually want to...
Staying in shape is useful for any adventurer. Doug Cooper knows a thing or two about fitness for kayaking and has trained in some odd places around the globe. Its not all fancy gyms and spandex! Check out his top tips for staying in shape at home and away!
Wherever you go, whether it's holidays, extended travel or a work trip, as a rule of thumb, if you find good coffee, the trip becomes a whole lot better! Join us in Princetown for some of the best coffee on Dartmoor National Park.