Even if stand-up paddling is a particularly accessible sport, balance is often the stone that beginners stumble with.
And yet! What appears to be a difficult thing to do—keeping your balance on the board—is, in fact, a fantastic ally for keeping fit!
The regular practice of SUP—especially through the movement of the oar—certainly mobilizes the upper limbs of the body, but also the lower limbs, as well as the abs, work as much as the upper part to keep your body balanced on the board.
So what appeared at the beginning of your practice as "an effort" will quickly turn into a reflex. And after a while, you will work your legs and abs without even realizing it. This is called proprioception, and it's what makes SUP one of the most complete water-gliding sports!
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