The paddles I usually use have a feather angle of 80degrees or so. Because of this feather I have a throttling motion of my wrists when I paddle.
However, during the SIM Canoe training, I was told by the team captain not to do that throttling motion.
I've been scouring the net looking for information on how to have a neutral wrist position ever since.
Thats when I came across this picture of 2 time Olympic Gold medalist, Greg Barton.
This is taken from an article found in canoekayak.com. The article is by Greg Barton on forward stroke technique. If you look closely, his right wrist is rotated back.
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