Why Kayaking?

Can't say it better than this guy ...

Why kayaking, you ask? Kayaking is an ergonomic mix of sightseeing, physical exercise, and stress relief. What is better than slowly cruising down a river, soaking in the sights, with nothing to distract you except your own thoughts? 

Or, if you’re more of a thrill-seeker, you can find yourself in slogging in treacherous water or navigating a tricky river, relying more on the mind and body. 

Kayaking appeals to all age groups and preferences, whether you’re trying to find elusive water-birds, enjoy nature, or go careening off a cliff to get your adrenaline pumping.

Your options are always vast and numerous with kayaking. Kayaking can involve individuals, groups, and families; you can go kayaking with a friend in a two-seater or go side-by-side in separate boats. You can also mix and match different combinations of people to ensure that maximum fun is had by all. 

With kayaking, nobody loses—and everybody wins. So, I ask you: Why not kayak?

By Lieutenant John Gargagliano - Hackensack (NJ) Fire Department

The BMI stands for Body Mass Index; the higher the figure the more overweight you have. It is of course only an indication, but anyhow; if your BMI is normal, keep it like that by ... kayaking; if it is too low or too high, OMG goooo kayaking!

Underweight = <18.5    
Normal weight = 18.5–24.9
Overweight = 25–29.9
Obesity = BMI of 30 or greater

Check it out below!

 BMI calculator

Weight: KG
Height: cm


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