When it comes to SUP'ing with your kids, aside from making sure they have fun, you want to make sure they stay safe! We are happy to share this great guide for paddle boarding parents from our good friends at Inflatable Boarder. #1: Avoid Spots with Waves, Wind, and Strong Currents When preparing to paddle out with your children, it’s important to avoid areas with rough water, waves, wind, and strong currents. Calm lakes and bays are the safest places to paddle board with your kids, and they’re also more enjoyable. It’s also a good idea to look for spots...
With the right sized equipment and the right conditions, stand up paddle board beginners will find SUP a quick and fun sport to learn. With these tips, you can make it even easier to take your SUP skills from zero to hero!
Stand Up Paddle Boarding is no different from learning any sport - there are basic things you need to learn. However, some things like standing on your stand up paddle board backwards, or holding your SUP paddle incorrectly will give you away as a novice paddle boarder. Use these 5 essential tips to help you look like a pro, even if you aren’t!
Getting the right stand up paddle board for your weight is key to making sure SUP is fun and easy. However, things like length, width, thickness, and volume can really make buying a stand up paddle board confusing. Let us guide you through the process of selecting the right size paddle board for your weight.
Your body is always burning calories, and the more you make it do in terms of physical activity, the more it will burn. Even in your sleep, depending on your weight, you are burning by some estimates between 40 and 100 calories an hour. But just how many calories does SUP burn?