For your training to be effective, your posture on your SUP board needs to be perfect: feet on the axis of the board, with your body positioned well in the middle, and your body weight distributed in such a way that you have good balance to focus on the movement of the paddle. Your torso must remain straight, knees slightly bent.
For a good abdominal workout, the ideal is to keep your arms straight—it's the torso that pivots. The movement of the paddle needs to be long (dig in far ahead) and regular (same intensity from one movement to the next) so that the exercise pays off.
Time yourself on a familiar route to improve your time! Once you are comfortable on your SUP board, move on to a racing board to improve your performance and thrills. ~
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