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Hold the oar with both hands, place it on your head and make sure your elbows form a right angle. With this separation of hands you will achieve a powerful paddle allowing arms, shoulders and back to work together to generate an easy movement.
HYPOTHERMIA is the biggest and most common mistake for a kayaker. It could happen even on the sunniest summer day and it's just about being wet for a long time. Avoid wearing thermal clothing (lycras, wetsuits, booties) and carrying dry clothes in a waterproof bag as a safety measure.
It is very important to select a good area to enter with the kayak in our early beginnings. We will select a place where the water is calm, without rocks and with shallow water. Make it easy the first few times!