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How one simple tweak to how you move gives the average paddler extraordinary skill…

  • For a forward stroke that feels easy but makes you go faster than the stronger paddlers.

  • For being stable in waves or currents.

  • For being able to edge for a turn without ever feeling like you might capsize.

  • For a layback or forward roll that works every time, even in waves.

When It Becomes How You Move With Your Kayak, You Are A Competent Kayaker. That’s Why The Results Come So Quickly.

Before I show you how it is woven into everything you do with your kayak let me share how I discovered it.

Shortly after seeing someone using the Greenland paddle, I became inspired to learn to roll like the Inuit. They made it look so easy.

I thought “If I can move like that I will be safe going anywhere with my kayak.”

A short time later I was doing the balance brace and rolling my kayak with more ease than most paddlers with 15 years of taking lessons. 

Even the kayak instructors I knew could not do what I could do with my kayak. 

And I was a newbie.

But somehow it was easy for me. Not because I have any kind of talent.

It’s just the method that makes it easy.

What I saw when I watched the Inuit roll is they were rotating and tilting their pelvis. Essentially they were moving in 3 dimensions

So instead of this.

They do this.

It requires a good fit with your kayak to stay in place, and still have the freedom to move your pelvis like that.

After learning to do the forward roll I asked myself “if this is the easiest way to go from upside down to right side up in the low brace position, why not do the low brace the same way?”

Forward Roll

Movement for The Forward Roll

I’ll show you how to practice getting good at moving this way from the comfort of your home in a minute.

As I added more rotation in my forward stroke, this perfect bracing position became more natural. 

Adding the same rotation and tilt to my turning made it impossible to edge too far and capsize.

The paddle and your body are in this most effective bracing position.

Introducing 3-Fusion

As I started to share this with paddlers it became evident that a lot of kayakers would benefit from this. Especially the less athletic or older paddlers. It’s easy to learn and apply, and doesn’t require special talent or coordination.

It’s a method that gives the average kayaker similar or even more competence than the younger more athletic paddlers.

So "3-D Fusion" Is Not Only The Most Effective Way To Avoid A Capsize. It’s Also The Surest Way To Quickly Develop Ease and Finesse.

Here’s how you can practice it from home.


This works but it's better if you distinguish the movement of the spine from the pelvis like above.

Not so good. The pelvis is not rotating. 

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You don’t see the full power of this method until you see how it ties together everything you do with your kayak.

The same training method that took Lesley from this…









This is the Method that eliminated Lesley's wrist, elbow and shoulder pain…

Which allows her to go on kayak expeditions in remote locations like Haida Gwaii. Something she never dared dream about before she took the training. 

  • You know the one way to move.

  • You know how that way of moving applies to everything you do with your kayak.

  • You can probably already see why this method creates fast results.

  • Now all you need is consistent practice at applying it in various conditions.