Canoe J Stroke
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The J stroke is one of the most commonly used compound canoeing strokes. You start out with a forward stroke, then at the end you turn your blade out into a pry. The result has your paddle moving through the water in the shape of the letter J.

This stroke is often used for minor adjustments in direction when canoing, especially if you are regularly overpowering your partner. It is also vital if you are canoeing solo.
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Canoe J Stroke Progressions