Off-Season Paddle-Strength Only Program begins November 5th

If you can’t be on the water this winter, but want to have a productive off season, take advantage of the new off season Paddle Only program.

The Paddle Strength Only Program is $30 per month (vs $57 for all access, which includes paddle coaching)

For those who are in All Access and can paddle, do nothing. You will have access to the kickoff of the Winter Strength Program. This is specifically for those who can’t paddle but want to stay on track on dry land with a coach and a strength strategy specifically geared toward paddlers.

For new members, Join here.

For existing members, upgrade or downgrade by logging in here
If you are an existing member who has been with us for some time and on the previous financial system, contact me, and I’ll get you switched.



Chris will provide weekly dry-land strength and power training programs for novice, intermediate and advanced levels including both in-gym and at-home options. The dry-land training will complement the on-water training and be periodized to maximize your race season goals. Weekly workouts will be posted on the training platform. Video demonstrations of the exercises are accessible through search in posts on the platform.


Chris has both C1 and K1 olympic-level strength and conditioning experience, meaning he is uniquely equipped to work with Paddle Monster paddle coaches like Larry Cain, Travis Grant and Seychelle. The program is written for people who want to improve their strength and power specifically to be able to paddle. In other words, it is written for you.


Chris Chapman recently left his post as the Lead Strength and Conditioning Specialist at the Canadian Sport Institute Ontario, Toronto, ON after the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, Brazil.

Chris’ credentials include Certified Exercise Physiologist (CSEP-CEP), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), and has his Masters in biomechanics. The list of credentials is too long to include everything in this post. However, in addition to his primary role as a Strength and Conditioning Coach, Chris has been educated and trained in numerous roles within the athlete support team: biomechanist, athletic therapist, physiologist, anthropometrist, discipline manager and scientist. This gives him a vast breadth of knowledge, scope of practice and methodological processes to overcome obstacles and solve problems in high performance sport. Further, this allows him to better collaborate, communicate, and assist with other team members whose primary tasks are within those roles.

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