Some tips to correctly play with the stand up inflatable paddle board. Store your inflatable SUP in the right temperature range. This is less important than the key factors 1. keeping your board dry and 2. keeping it out of the sun, but climate control is something SUPers ask about often. Anywhere between 40-110 degrees Fahrenheit (5-40 degrees Celsius) is recommended. Again, inflatable SUPs are durable, but extreme conditions aren’t ideal for any sporting equipment and that’s true for your paddle board too. Avoid freezing cold or baking hot conditions.
In just two hours of paddling most people will take a couple of thousand strokes. Lifting a heavy paddle that many times can quickly tire you out, which is why most experienced paddlers will invest in the lightest paddle they can afford. The material of your paddle will also determine how stiff it is. A stiff paddle is more efficient at transferring the power of your stroke. The blade is the part of the paddle that you dip into the water when you’re taking a stroke. The size, shape and offset of the blade all affect how the paddle performs. There’s no hard and fast rule for determining exactly what size paddle blade you need. Over time, you’ll probably develop a preference for a certain size blade based on the type of paddling you do and other factors, like your body type.
Simply being out on the water is relaxing, with the gentle rocking of the SUP, the sounds of nature and no cars or noises to distract you. You’re away from phones, noise and social media and get the chance to simply unwind and forget all your worries. Some even compare paddle boarding to walking on water. As you paddle you create a rhythm with the paddle and the overall effect is calming and relaxing. You can even sit and meditate or do yoga to enhance your experience on the water. Then of course, the exercise itself is de-stressing too.
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.
One more inflatable stand up paddle board trick: To non surfers or regular water goers, it is not immediately obvious which end is the front/nose of the board. Many beginner boards are large round nose and tail boards with excellent stability, often a large EVA deck area so you can move (and fall) comfortably. So before you jump on the board, check where the fins are and make sure they are in the back when you paddle! Fins at the back help keep the board straight while you paddle, this is called tracking, and help with grip while you surf waves. Fins up front make for a very twitchy paddle board that just won’t go straight no matter how hard you try!