For those of you new to SUP, we bet you didn’t realise just how easily accessible the sport was. We often get asked What to wear sup boarding? You needn’t have fancy expensive garments to hit the water, in fact, as long as you have some sort of active/leisure clothing, you’re pretty much ready to go.
Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) offers something for everyone. You can head out for a relaxing paddle on a calm lake or catch waves in the ocean. Or maybe you’d like to do SUP yoga or go for a fast-paced paddle to get a workout. Whatever your ambitions, having the right board is key to your enjoyment.To find the right stand up paddle board for you, consider how you're going to use it, how it will fit your body and how you want it to handle in the water.
Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) offers a fun way to play on the water, with the added benefit of a full-body workout. And, since you stand at full height on your board, it gives you a unique vantage point for viewing what’s down under the water and out on the horizon.
No matter how hard you try to stay balanced on your paddle board, you’re going to fall into the water at some point. Even the most experienced paddlers take the plunge from time to time. So, if you’re feeling wobbly, don’t worry about it and remember, SUP is a water sport, so it’s OK to get wet.
We all paddle because we love it. What sport, other than paddling, involves trying to tame a force so strong it can move trees and house-sized boulders during a single rain? Whether you are kayak fishing on a backwoods lake or paddling a flooded Class V creek, you should adhere to strict safety precautions—and always respect the water.
It’s winter in Germany. Especially in the Alps there’s a lot of snow and the temperatures are freezing. The nature that is revealed by this season is amazing and with the right equipment you will be totally fine, so there’s absolutely no reason not to go Stand Up Paddle boarding in winter.