In all paddled watercraft the most fundamental principle of technique is to gather water on your paddle blade, secure it in the water and pull yourself by the paddle.
It’s crucially important to spear the blade into the water so that it is actually moving forward as it enters.
Stand up paddlers should be aware of the general rules of the road when it comes to navigating our waterways, particularly in high traffic areas.
This video offers five valuable tips for Stand Up Paddling that will help you stay safe and get the most out of your time on the water.
How to get back on your board if you fall off, how to deal with a boat wake, and how to do a pivot turn.
We are starting a new training cycle this week. It's the perfect time to get a coach, a plan and a team. #trainingworks
In this video, we're going to take a look at how to get back onto your SUP from the water in case you fall off or decide you want to jump in to take a swim.
Here's a good beginner's guide to choosing the right SUP Board from the ACA.
Interview with Connor Baxter on SUP paddle length and stroke technique at the 2017 Starboard distributor meeting on Maui.
The Inland Padder Reviews The SUP Bible