How to Stand Up Paddle Board
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by David De Haan
2M ago
If you’re new to stand up paddle boarding, you’ve got a lot to look forward to. SUP boarding is one of the most fun on-water activities around. You can relax and play with friends and family, go fishing, try SUP yoga, go on camping adventures or even get a great full-body workout. But before you head off for your first SUP outing, let me give you some valuable pointers. I’m going to take you through the basics of how to stand up paddle board. When you’ve finished reading my paddle boarding tips and hop onto your SUP for the first time, you’ll have a great idea of how to prepare and what to do ..read more
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Best Inflatable Paddle Board Reviews of 2024
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by David De Haan
4M ago
Central California BEST INFLATABLE Paddle Board REVIEWS (2024) Best Inflatable Paddle Board Reviews of 2024 David De Haan February 19, 2024 Button Button David De Haan The minute you decide to buy an inflatable paddle board, you’ll realize just how many options are out there. Each one of them is advertised as perfect, and if you’re not careful, you can easily waste money on a SUP that you won’t like.  As a paddle boarder myself, I know how important it is to have a SUP that’s right for you. This is why I’ve taken the time to research and test out some of the best inflatable paddle ..read more
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Is Paddle Boarding Dangerous?
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by David De Haan
5M ago
Stand up paddle boarding can be a gentle activity, but it’s still a physical activity–and a water sport at that. If you think about it, there are some things that could go wrong. So it’s okay to have concerns.  Is paddle boarding dangerous? No, paddle boarding is a relatively safe activity. But the answer isn’t that simple. As you can imagine, there are a lot of variables and the degree of safety can vary. Besides, like anything else in life, SUP has its risks.  Fortunately, the associated risks are not particularly abundant. Plus, there are basic precautions you can take to greatly ..read more
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Stand Up Paddle Board Tester and Reviewer
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by David De Haan
5M ago
Job Summary: Stand Up Paddle Boards Review is seeking a reliable and experienced SUP enthusiast to join our team as a stand up paddle board tester and reviewer.  We run a large website all about paddle boarding – and a large part of our content involves providing in-depth reviews of different paddle board models. To help take our content to the next level, we need someone who can physically test various boards, take photos, and provide in-depth written accounts of their findings. If you’re a paddle boarder with enough knowledge about paddle boarding to be able to test paddle boards and wr ..read more
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What Type of Paddle Board is Best for Beginners: A No-Nonsense Guide
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by David De Haan
7M ago
So, you’re considering getting into paddle boarding? Awesome! Paddle boarding is a fantastic way to increase fitness, connect with nature, and enjoy time on the water. But with so many options available, how do you know which type of board is best for beginners? Fear not, because I’m here to help!  In this article, I’ll discuss the different types of paddleboards for beginners, talk about paddle board size and construction, and give you our recommendation on the best paddle boards for beginners. So let’s dive in.  Key Takeaways a variety of paddle board types cater to different act ..read more
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1-Fin vs 3-Fin Paddle Board: Which One Should You Choose?
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by David De Haan
7M ago
An amazing paddle boarding experience starts with having the right paddle board. This means taking into account every detail–including the fin setup. Fins on a paddle board may be small but they have an important role. Without a fin, you would have a hard time controlling your SUP board and making it go straight. That said, paddle boards come with different fin setups. The single-fin and the three-fin setup are the most common.  When deciding between a 1-fin vs 3-fin paddle board there are a few things you have to consider. For instance, how and where do you intend to use the paddle board ..read more
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IRocker Nautical 11’6 Review (2023)
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by David De Haan
7M ago
Nautical 11'6 8.3 OVERALL RATING Check Current Price Stability Speed Tracking Maneuverability Construction and Durability Features and Accessories If you’re looking for a budget-friendly inflatable paddle board that can handle a variety of water conditions and loads, you might want to check out the iRocker Nautical 11’6. This board is a great option for beginner and intermediate paddlers who want a stable, speedy, and versatile board that won’t break the bank. The Nautical 11’6 is one of the budget paddle boards in iRocker’s lineup, and it’s designed to offer a balance between perform ..read more
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The Best Places for Paddle Boarding in Georgia
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by David De Haan
7M ago
There are a lot of things to love about Georgia, USA.  It’s home to the world-famous drinks company, Coca-Cola, which was founded in 1886 in Atlanta. The Peach State is also known for its picturesque natural beauty, making it a fantastic location for outdoor enthusiasts.  There are many ways to explore the magical places you’ve had on your bucket list. But what’s better than enjoying all the beautiful scenery on your paddle board? Georgia has no shortage of paddle boarding locations, thanks to its 100-mile coastline and tons of waterways.  To make sure that you have a wonderful ..read more
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How to Paddle Board on Your Knees
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by David De Haan
7M ago
Just because it’s called stand up paddle boarding doesn’t mean you always have to stand up when doing it. And that’s the beautiful thing about SUP. There are many ways of having fun and getting a good workout on your paddle board–like knee paddling.  Why would someone choose to paddle on their knees? You could be a beginner looking for more stability or a paddler paddling against the wind wishing to minimize resistance.  Whatever the reason, it’s still important to do it right, to ensure that you  avoid injury, and for maximum paddling efficiency. I’m going to discuss when, and ..read more
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Can You Transport an Inflatable SUP Inflated?
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by David De Haan
7M ago
One of the main reasons why people go for inflatable SUPs is because of their ease of transport. Roll it up when it’s deflated and it will fit anywhere. You can transport it in a small car, on a motorcycle, and even on a bicycle.  But if you’re a frequent paddler then inflating and deflating every day can be too much work. It will also take up some of your precious paddle boarding time. You may be wondering if you really have to. Can you transport an inflatable SUP inflated so you don’t have to inflate it for every SUP session?  Yes, you can. I transport my inflatable paddle boards i ..read more
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