One person a board an paddle, in the afterglow of the setting sun, one integrated as a leaf light floating in the water wave.There's no cooler way to beat the summer heat than by exercising with water.


Riding the waves is a frequent word this summer.For most of us, paddle boarding is probably the easiest way to experience the wind and waves.Due to the low entry threshold, high playability and low risk factor, paddle boarding is suitable for the majority of people between 4 and half to 60 years old, and is one of the most suitable water sports for entry.


Unlike non-expert surfers who can't handle surfing, the paddles are wider and easier to balance on, and the operator has an extra paddle in his or her hand. This prevents the rider from using his or her arms to ski and stand up, two of the most difficult parts of surfing that even novice surfers can use right away.


And with the sport should be carried out in a wave of cases can not the same, the paddles even in the case of completely calm sea, also can accelerate with the paddle, so even in the inland rivers and lakes, the OARS movement can still, basically, it's standing boating, exercise for the body more apparent.


What's the fun of paddleboarding?


The most important thing is to be able to master easily and get started well.For the average person, stand up ISUP movement on the size, physical strength, core strength are not required.Distance also varies from person to person.You can paddle out to the middle of the lake or enjoy your time on the water. You can even lie on the sup paddle board and drift with the waves when you get tired.


Paddle boarding originated in Hawaii with paddle boarding.Although standing Up in the name doesn't mean you have to Stand Up, in fact sitting, kneeling, squatting, lying on your stomach...