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7 Tips for Stand Up Paddle Board Beginner

7 tips for beginners to stand up paddle sub boarding

Stand Up Paddle Board Beginner Guide

If you are seeking adventure, education, entertainment and the opportunity to experience the exotic nature and wildlife in summers or in any other season you would want to try surfing as a stand up paddle board beginner, consider this blog will help you through all the steps to get yourself in water for the first time – even confidently.

Use a Rope Before Starting Paddle boarding

This is true for all stand-up rowers, but the sooner you realize the importance of a rope in any situation, the safer you and others will be when pedaling.

Choose the Right Stand Up Paddle Board Team

Usually it’s ideal to begin with a thick, wide SUP that’s simple to balance in shallow, choppy water. You may equally opt for the SUP tour, which is suitable for beginners and best for experienced rowers who like to sail faster and further.

Make Sure Your Paddle is the Right One

A stand paddle board beginner may not a lot about the boards and paddles initially, but, eventually, everyone who is a bit familiar with SUPs get to know which ones better. Nonetheless, everyone may have a bit of a knowhow even in the beginning if the paddle feels right. You want the paddle to collect water as you try to balance and row without falling into it.

Take Your Stand Up board and Put it in the Water

Either from a car or from a beach hut, you must take your board with you. To help you use the handle, the one in the center of the board is the most rigid and inflatable. So you can carry the SUP under your arm like a surfboard. Is the wind a problem? Bring your board there.

Rowing With the Core Stand Up Paddle Board

that is, do not use your arms. It may seem a bit strange at first, but it’s best to pedal with your core. This is the strongest muscle in your body and provides the most effective force for your rowing strokes.

Check the Direction of the Wind

When you are standing on your SUP board, your body tends to act more like a sail, which means that strong winds are likely to guide you & your board in all directions. This causes it more difficult for you to paddle & move where you wish to go, especially if you are a beginner.

Dominate Your Paddle Board With Your Knees

Take advantage of the kneeling position on your board to control your balance. Place the paddle perpendicular to the board in front of you to stabilize it. Do you feel confident in their support? Then grab the paddle and start paddling with your knees.

Want expert advice on choosing an inflatable SUP board? Check out our Inflatable Paddle Board Costco Buying Guide 2021 or The Best Costco Paddle Board – Inflatable Paddle Board vs Solid

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