three keys to paddleboarding

Step 1: STAND UP

It's like a name. It's about learning to Stand Up.When beginners first touch the paddle board, the first feeling is definitely easier to kneel, don't worry, once you know the balance point of the paddle board, you can change from kneeling to kneeling on one knee, and then slowly stand up.(Tip: It's OK to ask your partner to help you hold the paddle.)


Keep your balance, of course, and stand parallel with your feet spread out, always in the center of the paddle, not deviating from it.Keep your knees bent and your back straight, and remember to use your hips for balance, not your upper body for power.(Tip: As with life, look away, not at your feet.)

Step 3: ROW

Oarboard oarboard, remember you have an oar.Hold the lower part of the oar with your right hand and hold the upper part with your left hand. When rowing, push down with the upper hand.Stick the paddle into the water, pull it to your ankles, and come out.If you want to make it straight, you can make a few strokes on one side and then turn to the other.(Tip: A good paddle depends on the paddle method)

MAIN POINT: How to do when falling into the water?

Water sports fall into the water is inevitable, this time first don't panic, keep calm.Try to grab the paddle yourself, climb back onto it, regain your balance, and paddle to the dock or shore with your hand.(Tip: Wear life jacket properly to ensure life safety)