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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Best Paddle Board Places Key West

William Lester

West Key provides one of the best views in Florida, does it not? No wonder it is one of Florida’s best loved holiday destinations nestled in between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. The Florida Keys are a string of tropical islands extending 120 miles off the southernmost tip of the State of Florida. Key West is an island city that’s part of this idyllic chain of island. Add to that the golden beaches and the energetic nightlife! But other than that, it also provides an excellent place for a tropical SUPing experience. But West Key is quite...

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Paddle Boarding For Beginners

William Lester

Paddle boarding proving to be a lot more tiring than you expected it to be, is it? You had expected to relax while gliding across the lake but you find yourself sweating it out trying to move across the surface! This is a problem that most beginners face, here are a few things that will help ease the process the out, not only will you be conserving energy but also learn to move the board well. Sizing up your paddle: This is one of the most important things to take care of as it affects the way you move the...

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SUP Yoga vs Land Yoga

William Lester

Land Yoga vs SUP Yoga Make Adjustments to your yoga flow: when you engage in SUP yoga, you’ll likely be incorporating elements of both hatha and vinyasa styles into your routine. Hatha yoga is a slower and gentler approach, while vinyasa yoga is about ongoing movement between poses. Depending on your typical land yoga habits, this might take some adapting. Make sure your balance is on-point: you’ll need more balance and greater focus for SUP yoga, especially when you’re first getting started. You’ll be floating in tandem with the wind, waves, and a smaller space for your feet. Your senses...

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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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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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