Paddleboarding has significantly increased in popularity over the last decade, and with good reason. More people are opting away from the gym and instead enrolling in classes, or seeking activities in the outdoors.
We run through our favorite exercises to incorporate into your gym routine for maximizing your paddleboard endurance on the water. Get ready for the upcoming season by incorporating these into your gym plan.
When it comes to planning your next overnight paddle board adventure, food is often overlooked and a disappointing array of dehydrated food flakes in an attempt to save weight and effort. But it doesn’t have to be that way!
Studies have shown that getting outside and engaging in an activity like stand up paddle boarding can reduce anxiety, boost mood, improve sleep, relieve stress and even have a positive effect on depression.
Having a strong core is the key to having great balance, which will undoubtedly help your paddling performance. And while getting out on your paddleboard is a great way to keep your core trained there are also a few workouts you can do from home to give you that extra edge when you next hit the water.
Elaine Campbell shares how she stays fit and strong from home during the winter months of the year. These exercises are great for anyone looking to incorporate a home workout plan to their fitness routine.
This highly nutritious and delicious energy bar recipe to make ahead of your next paddleboarding adventure is packed with high quality, dense nutrition. These are the perfect snack for keeping you energized all day on the water!