True Strength Stand-Up Paddleboarding with Chef Makani Carzino

 

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Stand-up paddleboarding means holding your own weight. To me, that’s true strength. You have to know your body in terms of reading a current or timing it when you’re coming in on a wave. You’re allowing Mother Nature to call the shots. I use my whole body — toes, neck, fingers — and balance in a way you don’t normally.

Makani is the owner and executive chef at Pono Burger in three Los Angeles locations, Green Bunnies Kitchen organic delivery service and Ultimate Burger in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. She was born and raised in Hawaii and trained at the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco and the Culinary Institute of America in Napa. Chef Makani Carzino Visits Home & Family. The chef is in the kitchen preparing a mouth-watering burger with homemade fig jam and pairing it with a salted caramel milkshake. Share.

Makani is the chef/owner of Pono Burger. She didn’t intend to build a gourmet burger empire, but with two successful outposts-Ultimate Burger in Kona, HI and Pono Burger in Santa Monica, CA-she’s on her way. She appreciates the relaxed, casual vibe of a burger but elevates it with her technical training and reliance on local, environmentally conscious ingredients. 3 SUP RACE Fins Package: KAWA, ROTO, TERE (save 25%) $245.00 USD. $327.00 USD. The Paddling Chef was nominated for the 2009 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards and is available at Amazon.com -The Paddling Chef..

Join the stand-up paddling craze. Check out ISUPworld.com for the latest inflatable stand-up paddle board reviews. Inflatable Pontoon Boat Reviews.

Clip the WindPaddle Makani SUP Sail to your stand up paddle board and let the power of the wind transport you to your destination. Folds compactly to store on your deck when not in use. Simply clip the WindHarness rigging clips to a bungee or deck line for rigging the sail to your SUP.

Wha’s SUP, water lovers? A stand-up paddleboard (or SUP) is one of the newest incarnations of the venerable surfboard, and we’re going to build one that has all the wonderful qualities of the old wooden longboards. In fact, this 10’5″ longboard SUP can do double duty as both a paddle craft and a wave-rider.

I grew up around boats and. Makani Carzino, Self: Food Paradise. You can add “The Baby-Sitters Club” to the list!Let’s take a look at more movies and TV shows that were so nice they made ’em twice.

Stand up paddle board: Your first time or two out, you may want to rent gear or borrow from a friend.After that, if you decide you love to SUP and want to do more of it, consider buying your own. Your board choice is determined by a combination of paddler.

List of related literature:

This type of paddleboarding is called either stand-up paddleboarding or standup paddlesurfing.

“The Athlete’s Guide to Diabetes” by Sheri R. Colberg
from The Athlete’s Guide to Diabetes
by Sheri R. Colberg
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2019

Byrne, Allan Mustachioed surfer and surfboard shaper originally from New Zealand; an eight-time national champion in the 1960s and ’70s; later described as “the guru of the channel bottom” for his mastery of the difficult-to-make water-directing surfboard design.

“The Encyclopedia of Surfing” by Matt Warshaw
from The Encyclopedia of Surfing
by Matt Warshaw
Harcourt, 2005

Huynh quickly stood out in the third season of Top Chef for his amazing technical skills.

“Eating Asian America: A Food Studies Reader” by Robert Ji-Song Ku, Martin F. Manalansan, Anita Mannur
from Eating Asian America: A Food Studies Reader
by Robert Ji-Song Ku, Martin F. Manalansan, Anita Mannur
NYU Press, 2013

The Turkish wrestling techniques are essentially those of modern freestyle.

“Martial Arts of the World: A-Q” by Thomas A. Green
from Martial Arts of the World: A-Q
by Thomas A. Green
ABC-CLIO, 2001

Steward watched the vid, learned to cook Chinese in the Born’s wellsupplied kitchen, and exercised a lot, running through martial-arts drills and building muscle on the compact weight machine.

“Voice of the Whirlwind” by Walter Jon Williams
from Voice of the Whirlwind
by Walter Jon Williams
World Domination, Limited, 2015

Dan is a phenomenal martial artist who placed second in the world in his weight division.

“The Art of Learning: An Inner Journey to Optimal Performance” by Josh Waitzkin
from The Art of Learning: An Inner Journey to Optimal Performance
by Josh Waitzkin
Free Press, 2008

It’s hard to imagine a better training for a chef than the kitchen at Daniel.

“The Birth of Korean Cool: How One Nation Is Conquering the World Through Pop Culture” by Euny Hong
from The Birth of Korean Cool: How One Nation Is Conquering the World Through Pop Culture
by Euny Hong
Simon & Schuster UK, 2014

Lam (2006: 265) describes this phenomenon with respect tothe workof two cooks laboring in the small kitchen described above: One tapped the other onthe back andsaid, “‘Hot, behindyou,’ slip[ped] by him witha sidestep, duck[ed] intohis oven, and sp[u]n back around, pan inhand and plating theorder.”

“Food and Society: Principles and Paradoxes” by Amy E. Guptill, Denise A. Copelton, Betsy Lucal
from Food and Society: Principles and Paradoxes
by Amy E. Guptill, Denise A. Copelton, Betsy Lucal
Wiley, 2013

His professional training shows in the careful crafting of the dish.

“The Hakka Cookbook: Chinese Soul Food from around the World” by Linda Lau Anusasananan
from The Hakka Cookbook: Chinese Soul Food from around the World
by Linda Lau Anusasananan
University of California Press, 2012

He stated specifically that his training consisted of the northern Shaolin tam tui (springing legs) exercise, the Yang taijiquan form, and exercises for conditioning and mastering basics (Hwang, 1995: 14).

“Martial Arts in the Modern World” by Thomas A. Green, Joseph Svinth, Joseph R. Svinth
from Martial Arts in the Modern World
by Thomas A. Green, Joseph Svinth, Joseph R. Svinth
Praeger, 2003

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  • People think oh get over it surfers SUP is the “future”…..i crack up because it is so far from the future…..i mean it looks really silly when guys are doing airs on a boat with a broom in their hands and trying to charge Chopes (KAI) on a board where the rails are 4 inches thick. Thank you SUP kooks for giving real surfers a good laugh!!

  • I’m old enough to remember the conflict when short boards first became popular. And when body boards hit the scene. And when high performance long boards showed up. And the old school long board revival.
    I’m guessing sups will find their place like call the other boards.

  • After three and a half decades on a short board, one of the more alluring aspects of SUP was getting away from the crowded lineup. Outer reefs, breaks that are a mile up the coast and inaccessible from the land, and on and on. It’s been so good over the last year I’ve been on a SUP, I now feel a pang of sadness whenever I look at the popular local breaks. 30 people all battling for a wave, when in reality it’s five people catching waves, and 25 scrounging for scraps, on the inside, in the way, so no one gets a good wave without dodging around people, or just running them over. Hassling each other so deep that no one can even get around it. Angry vibe, people yelling at each other, telling beginners to get out of the water…so sad. A year and a half ago, I told a friend that SUP’s are for kooks. Now I know that what a SUP really is, is freedom from the ridiculousness and hostility of the modern lineup. I was burned out, and now at almost 50, I have the stoke of a grom again.

    Fighting over the popular spots? Nah…you can have it. I’ll be up or off the coast. Surfing 2ft mush, having the time of my life.

  • Hi, nice video!
    For the paddling setup I advise you to add a bungee cord tying the weight to the ground. This way you can apply as much force as on a real paddling stroke, without fearing to hit the upper pulley. And it stabilizes the weight. See: https://www.seabreeze.com.au/forums/Stand-Up-Paddle/SUP/Paddle-Trainer-out-of-the-water?page=1#2453020

  • right on Laird that’s what I told my friends on Pro BMX just to have fun does it matter what size your bike is look for the lines watch out for each other and have a good time and have fun

  • My local site in Santa Barbara Ca (Leadbetters) is so crowed now (thanks to 3 ongoing surf schools & the internet forecasts)when the word is out there is a average of 150 kids, seniors & frustrated Rincon locals out trying to catch waves, the most recent problem as with Stand up paddlers that never learned how to surf in the1st place are the fringin hydrafoils. Somebody is going to get killed out in the surf-line very soon if the site isn’t regulated.