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altHere are my attempts at explaining some attacking and defending tactics. It's all a bit idealised, but I think it's realistic enough. Whites are the defending team, reds are the opposition (attacking) team.

(9 votes, average 3.67 out of 5)

altThe stuff in the sections below is what I've picked up and may have misinterpreted, best is to talk to gym staff. I haven't crippled myself yet, so hopefully the exercises below are ok!

(8 votes, average 4.13 out of 5)

altI'll put more information up later, but to keep it simple for now, here are a few sessions. I have put one session in for, as I understand it, training in the lactic zone, aerobic zone and for training speed.

(48 votes, average 4.04 out of 5)

Dip TurnThe text and videos linked to below from the Canoe Slalom Technique Library explain this stuff well so there's no point me adding more here! You can buy a copy of the DVD, which has gates on it too, if you fancy learning a bit about slalom.

 

(10 votes, average 3.90 out of 5)

Dip Turn

Here are a few skills training drills and some tips on throwing.