Several advices to correctly use the stand up inflatable paddle board. Rinse your SUP before putting it in storage. Whenever you use your SUP you’ll want to rinse it with freshwater afterwards. It’s good to get into the habit of rinsing off your board after each use because getting rid of dirt and grit can extend its lifespan. It also prevents you from having to clean your board before you head out next time. SUP is an outdoor sport so a certain amount of mud is expected, but with a good spray down after each time out you’ll keep your paddle board in action over the long-term. Pay special attention to the area around your valve to keep it clean and working smoothly.
Single fins track straight and are generally used with a larger fin, so they tend to be more stable. They have a smooth, dependable feeling while turning but lack quick rail to rail maneuvering and tend to have a governor on speed. Three fins is the most common for wave riding. They blend the best combination of stability, speed, and performance. Quad fins are the fastest setup of them all and turn well —some of the better surfers don’t like them because a thruster feels so positive off the bottom of the wave. Most inflatable SUP beginners should start with a large single fin setup for stability. Once you have become more proficient on your board, you can look to start experimenting with different fin setups.
Low impact workout: If you’re not at the peak of fitness, or looking for a good way to lose a few pounds and tone up your muscle, this is a really good, low impact way to start. Even paddling through the water to get on your SUP uses muscles and if you’re not used to using them, you’ll notice it. Unlike some sports, you are far less likely to damage tendons or ligaments, as the power you use and the speed you travel are all under your own control. You’re under no pressure to do more than you are capable off as well. You choose what you do and when you do it.
This is where we have a fantastic inflatable stand up paddle board available in the large size of 335 x 82 x 15cm (10.99 x 2.69 x 0.49ft). This means you will get a secure spot to stand on the board and comfortably enjoy your SUP ride. Not only this, but it also allows you to bring your pet along with you because there is a lot of space to stand with your pet. Moreover, a rider up to 200 KG can comfortably ride it. This trait makes this inflatable stand up paddle board extremely easy to use. This is the best inflatable stand up paddle board you can ever have. Here are some of the features that make it a must to have this SUP if you love water trips.
An extra inflatable stand up paddle board trick: Look at the horizon: When we first start paddling the natural temptation is to look down at the board, to watch the water lapping at the sides and to pray we aren’t going to fall in! However for the best stability, you want to keep your head up, back straight and your body weight over your toes. It sounds silly but with your head down watching you’re toes, you are likely to rock back on your heals and then hello water! Watch this video by Sam Ross about standing up on your SUP.