XPT Movement Advisor Kelly Starrett is a coach, physical therapist, author, and speaker who aims to revolutionize how athletes think about human movement and athletic performance. His 2013 book, Becoming a Supple Leopard has become a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller. Kelly is a longtime friend of Laird and Gabby, as well as the XPT family, and has appeared as a special guest at multiple XPT Experiences, providing hands-on mobility methods and educational touch-points that serve crucial when achieving optimal human performance.
Starrett’s newest book, Waterman 2.0 is a movement manifesto for the water athlete. With the foreward written by our very own, Laird Hamilton, this is a book you won’t want to miss. Learn more about it in the review below and grab yourself a copy of it on Amazon in the link: Waterman 2.0
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The goal of any waterman or woman is to surf, paddle or row as often as they can, as well as they can, for the rest of their life. The trouble is that few understand how to get the most from their body and when they can’t, what to do about it outside of the usual layoffs, surgeries and cortisone injections. As one veteran paddler recently put it: “Ibuprofen is my second religion.”
There is a better way.
Using insights gleaned from his experiences on the whitewater canoe and rafting national teams and improving the performance and wellbeing of the world’s top athletes, Dr. Kelly Starrett has created nothing short of a movement manifesto for the water athlete.
Equally applicable to the pro waterman, novice and everyone in between, Waterman 2.0 gives paddlers, surfers and rowers of all ages and abilities a one-stop guide to understanding:
Waterman 2.0 also features unique insights and tips from more than 30 of the world’s top watermen and women, including Laird Hamilton, Kai Lenny, Emily Jackson-Troutman and Paige Alms. This book is the start of a revolution in water sports performance. Are you ready to become Waterman 2.0?
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