Stand-up paddle boarding
You know life's good when you're surfing in the beach, catching some sun, and enjoying a beach picnic! Stand-up paddle board combines standing (or kneeling) on surfboards and using a paddle to propel yourself. You can do it in the lake or sea, basically anywhere there’s water.
How to Start inflatable Stand Up Paddle Boarding
Choose a inflatable sup that's right for you
For beginners , choose a longer, wider board which will be more stable on the water. Shorter, narrow boards are easier to manoeuver, but are wobblier. There are also inflatable boards that pack-up quite small (great for those living in small spaces or for travelling on the bus to your oasis).Choose a paddle that is about 10-15 cm taller than you so that when paddling you can stand upright. If you’re renting or taking a lesson, ask for help finding the right length. Also, get a properly fitting lifejacket (a must) and wetsuit if you're on cold waters.Because for beginners, the inflatable stand up paddleboard is like a balance beam which It's hard to control their balance.