So you've seen pictures of SUP yoga on your friends' Instagram events, you've probably been paying attention to paddleboard rentals, paddleboards ALWAYS lately.
However, if you've never tried it before, it can seem pretty scary. If you're thinking, "Oh my God, there's no way I can balance this," you're not alone. In this blog, I will talk about how to get started with rowing. To learn about current pricing information you can schedule a complimentary discovery call.
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Firstly, the fact that you are reading this blog and visiting She SUPs is brilliant. Empowering yourself with as much knowledge as possible is the best way to gain enough confidence to let it go.
Find a good teacher. Since SUP is a very affordable sport, the first experience for many is simply "getting it ready" for rent on location. This is fine for some, but in that way, many have a bad first experience and then turn it down.
How to Find a Good Instructor – Make sure you have good equipment. Usually, these inexpensive beginner boards don't provide the best pedaling experience because many inflatable floors are not hard enough to stand up easily or designed to slide efficiently, making rowing difficult to work with.
Standing isn't everything. Whether you're standing, sitting, or doing a headstand, the SUP is a fantastic way to connect with nature and be on the water. So if you feel more comfortable this way, move on. This is not a race and you will still have fun!
This is it. Simple steps to get into the paddle in an upright position.