Paddle Boards: Inflatable vs Hard Sup

William Lester

Paddle boarding is versatile to say the least, especially when the whole world is stuck at home or is under restrictions to travel, paddle boarding provides one with tons of options. You can go for a slow ride on the lake or sea with your friends, have a session of SUP yoga or burn out some fat from an intense work session upon it. There is something for everyone when SUPing, however, not every broad supports all these activities. In order to fulfill your requirement, you need to know what kind of board will complement your plans. In order to...

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Stand-Up Paddle Boarding Tips For Beginners

William Lester

Stand up paddle boarding, also known as SUP, consists of standing on a board and using a paddle to maneuver your way through the water. Paddle boarding was inspired by surfing, but instead of sitting on the board waiting for a wave to arrive as surfers do, paddle boarders move themselves forward anytime they please with the help of their trusty paddles. It has got you excited, hasn’t it? Want to venture out into the ocean and give it a go, don’t you? Well, here we are then in order to help you get going. Let’s start with the basics,...

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What Size Paddle Board Do I Need?

William Lester

Given the popularity that SUP has achieved in the recent times has resulted in the production of a variety of kinds and shapes in which these boards are made. So, it is quite normal for you get a little confused by the array of different types displayed on the shop front! However, it is essential that you get the board that fits you and your needs well and we are here to help you chose. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when you go to pick up your first board. Here are the key factors that should...

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SUP Beginner Tips

William Lester

Like every other activity getting the basics of Sup right will take you some time. All you’ve got to do is have some patience and stick through the rough patches and soon you’ll just be enjoying the sun, the surf and the wind in your hair. Meanwhile, get to the water and practice these few tricks to get it all in your control: Practice on Ground: Before you venture out take some time and get the feel of the board on solid ground. Remove your center fin and find balance and confidence in your pop-up, but make sure to use...

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