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Direction of travel Wind as a result of sailing
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13.3a Apparent wind.
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13.3b Increasing apparent wind.
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However, to get the boat to go fast you need to head up more, or bear away more and sail by the lee (harder in boats with unstayed rigs). By doing so, you go faster but have to sail a greater distance. Remember, as the boat slows down you lose your apparent wind. Generally speaking, slower boats will always sail by the true wind, whilst fast boats with asymmetric spinnakers will always sail by apparent wind. However, many boats fall in between, sailing mainly off true wind in light winds with apparent wind becoming more of a factor in the upper wind range. The higher the performance the sooner apparent wind sailing occurs.
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The most important thing for downwind boat speed is pressure: the more wind we have and the longer we can stay in it, the faster the boat will go. To spend the most time in the pressure it is important to sail in the direction that the pressure is travelling, and then link up the next area of pressure without spending too much time in the lighter spot. Waves are also critical to increase boat speed. Try and keep the boat travelling down the front of waves as much as possible, and spend as little time as possible travelling up the back of them. In Laser sailing it is important to use the heel of the boat to assist steering, as using too much rudder will slow the boat down. Make sure the boat is heeled to windward on the bear away and heeled to leeward on the luff ups.
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What is Fitness How Fit Do You Need to Be How to Improve Your Fitness Advice from Paul Goodison
14.1 What is Fitness
Fitness is the ability to do the job you set out to do. This is obviously very different (but perhaps no more or less demanding), depending on whether you are a Laser sailor, a keelboat grinder or a 49er crew. At the top level you want to be as t as you can be, and peak for your key regattas in the year (for example, World or European Championships), allowing some down time afterwards (whether you feel you need it or not) to recover. As a guide, you should aim to peak no more than three times a year (it can take up to 16 weeks to get to peak tness) and have at least three down times a year (of around 5 7 days). So what are the aspects of tness Well, there are many words used to describe things, and some go in and out of fashion, but an easy way to remember the elements of tness are the four Ss . Analyse your role within the boat and decide which of them are important for you!
Strength: both the ability to lift a very heavy load once, and a light load lots of times. Speed: the ability to be quick across the boat. Suppleness: the ability to ex, and general mobility around the boat. Stamina: the ability to keep going and recover well (cardiovascular tness).
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You can see that one without the other is no good at all. Being fast but not very supple means your boat handling will be fast but not smooth. As a bare minimum you need to be strong enough to do the job . Whatever your role, it is inadvisable to score extremely low in any of the Ss, as it may make normal life activities more dif cult. Let us have a look at a couple of examples, using our dartboards for the four Ss :
Strength
Stamina
Speed
Suppleness 14.1a Dartboard for a keelboat crew.
You need to have the correct tness for your role within the boat. If you do not, you must consider which is easier to change your tness or your role A young