We went LIVE with Kai Lenny during his Hawaiian island crossing; video

Kai Lenny is the epitome of a waterman. From SUP to kitesurfing to windsurfing to hydrofoil, Lenny does it all … freakishly well.

And over the past few days, the 24-year-old Red Bull athlete has pushed the limits even further by riding several types of watercrafts (including a hydrofoil) between multiple Hawaiian Islands to help protect the beaches in his home state.

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Lenny traveled from island to island making stops on Maui, Lanai, Molokai, the Big Island, and Oahu for the statewide beach cleanup.

On Friday, we broadcasted LIVE on Facebook as Lenny personally took us on his hydrofoil between Molokai and Oahu. He gives us the lowdown on his amazing journey, and shows us how it’s done:

Needless to say, Lenny does what most of us only dream of, and he even seems to be further besting himself along the way. Lenny writes in his Instagram post, “Dang, yesterday was insane! I rode my Hydrofoil from Molokai 2 Oahu and broke my record I set during last years @molokai2oahu race by 41 minutes.”

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I guess progression never rests when you’re Kai Lenny.