Welcome to the New SUP Forum
Posted by: Brent on Mar-16-12 3:59 PM (EST)
There has been some interest in having a forum for stand up paddling (SUP) so here it is. Be sure to check out Paddling.net Stand Up at:
So who out there is interested in SUP?
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Posted by: YakOfSteel on Mar-20-12 3:07 PM (EST)
I haven't got into it yet, but I've demoed an inflatable in a pool to realize I want something stiffer. Thanks for starting the new board. I'm sure it will be very helpful to many here.
Posted by: zzz on Mar-22-12 3:02 PM (EST)
it's nice to have separate boards for separate tools, but why SUP before whitewater? I think a whitewater focused forum would also draw more people to this site since the majority already hear seem to be more flatwater/sea types. could be a way to expand your traffic, IMO.
Posted by: old_user on Mar-23-12 7:01 AM (EST)
It's recognized by the ACA...so deal |
Posted by: old_user on Apr-25-12 9:35 PM (EST)
There is no better paddling workout, I'm convinced. Yoga on a SUP is sweet as hell. 20 mile SUP trips are even better. You can sit and kneel anytime you want. Great for those with back problems. Hell, take a nap on the thing if you want. I take my dog and camping gear.... everything I need.
Posted by: davbart on May-08-12 2:55 PM (EST)
I paddle both kayaks and canoes (primarily canoes), but have bought and use the SUP especially when the temperatures rise. Also, as has been said the workout is fantastic.