How to Boof: Whitewater Master Class with Anna - Mind Body Paddle

How to Boof: Whitewater Master Class with Anna

How to Boof: Whitewater Master Class with Anna

If you’re afraid of rocks when you’re whitewater kayaking, then it’s time for you to learn how to boof.

Boofing is an important technique that allows you to work with rocks instead of being afraid of them. If you want to be a confident, courageous and proficient whitewater kayaker, it’s imperative that you cultivate a relationship with the river.

In this video originally filmed for my Whitewater Master Class online group coaching (happening in August), I go over everything you need to know about boofing. I also thought this would be great timing for this video since I just ran an awesome Creek Week with amazing women last week here in Western North Carolina. They learned to boof their hearts out and had so much fun!

Watch this video and take your boof to the next level.

Got questions about the boof or the instruction in this video? Email me and ask!

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