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Hoe draai je in de golven? Hoe zet je uw voeten? In onderstaande video wordt dit uitvoerig uitgelegd.

 

Gepubliceerd in Techniek
vrijdag, 26 februari 2016 09:43

SUP Tip: Catching waves and bumps

Tips om beter downwind deiningsgolven te nemen en meer rendement uit uw paddle slag te halen.

 

Gepubliceerd in Techniek

Sean Poynter heeft niet alleen tips voor de gevorderden onder ons maar de beginner kan ook wel wat opsteken met onderstaande tip:

 

Meer instructie op deze link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn6uKa6mT4xXqX18Uz5yIhQ

 

 

 

Gepubliceerd in Techniek
dinsdag, 17 februari 2015 15:27

Hoe snelheid behouden op de golf...

Weeral mooie instructie video hoe je op d egolf het best je snelheid kan behouden..... check it out:

 

Gepubliceerd in Techniek
maandag, 19 januari 2015 00:00

SUP Coaching - Le cut back backside

Instructie video hoe je een CUT BACK Backside moet uitvoeren, check it out...

Gepubliceerd in Techniek
maandag, 17 november 2014 00:00

Hoe een golf uitdraaien?

Hoe verlaat je de golf? Uitdraaien... bekijk onderstaande instructie video.

Gepubliceerd in Techniek
zondag, 08 juni 2014 00:00

Top 10 beginners tips

10 tips die de beginner op stap helpen om snel te starten met SUP:

 

1.  Stand Up First on Flat Water

Make sure you try stand up paddle for the first time on flat water.  To many people head to the surf to soon.  They really get thrown around and end up having a bad experience.  Flat water means you have less water movement to deal with and can therefore really get an idea of how the board feels under your feet.

 

2. Stand Over the Center Handle of the Board.

Typically the most stable area of the board is where the center handle is located.  You will want to straddle your feet over the handle.

 

3.  Take a Wide Stance

By straddling the center handle with wide stance you will create more stability.  The closer your feet are together, the less stable you will be.  Once you get the hang of paddling try testing different widths with your feet to see how you prefer to stand.

 

4. Hold the Paddle with the Blade Tilted Up

It is extremely common to see first time stand up paddlers (and some who have been out several times) holding their paddle backward.  You should hold the paddle so that when it is held out in front of you, the blade (rounded area that goes into the water) it is bent slightly up toward the sky.  If the blade is tilted down toward the ground or water, it is backward.  It may not look correct in the beginning to have the blade tilted up, but that is definitely the correct way to use the paddle.

 

5. Keep Your Eyes Focused Out on the Water

Many people look straight down at the board which actually makes it harder to balance.  Keep your eyes focused out on the water in front of you. 

 

6. Start with Small Easy Strokes

Begin by taking a few small, easy strokes.  Once you feel comfortable then begin to slowly increase the power and speed of your strokes. 

 

7. Use a Leash and a Life Jacket

Using a leash is not only more safe, but it also helps make sure that your board doesn't float away from you if you fall off.  Also, a life jacket helps just in case something goes a little wrong.  It is always nice to have a some extra help staying above the water.

 

8. Go with Someone More Experienced

Whenever possible go with someone who has more experience and who can help you make adjustments to your paddling.  Besides it is always much more safe to paddle with a buddy.

 

9. Expect to Fall

There is no shame in falling, in fact, it's fun to fall and take risks as you test out the SUP board and get used to the way it feels and moves.  Just do your best to fall into water that is not to cold! 

 

10. Bring a Camera

Finally, bring a camera to prove that you now know how to walk on water, and please send Supconnect your photos so we can share them with others online.

 

When will be your first stand up paddle time, or when did you try SUP for the first time?

 

http://supconnect.com/news/sup-how-tos-techniques/10-sup-tips-for-your-first-time-on-the-water

Gepubliceerd in Techniek
vrijdag, 14 maart 2014 07:40

Learn About the Parts of a SUP Paddle

Here's the first of a series of technique and gear video I'm working on.

You'll learn about:
- The parts of the paddle.
- Adjustable paddles.
- Paddle blade widths.

You'll be surprised how many people I come across who don't know which way the paddle faces in the water.  Hopefully this helps make sense of things..

Upcoming Videos:
- Lifejackets for SUP.
- How to use a Type 5 Inflatable PFD.
- Sizing a paddle - issues of a paddle to short or too long.
- Paddling out in surf.

Thanks for watching!

http://stokemagazine.blogspot.be/2014/03/learn-about-parts-of-sup-paddle.html

Gepubliceerd in Diverse
woensdag, 29 januari 2014 07:22

How to Cut a Paddle

Hoe zaag je uw paddle correct af? Hoe verhinder je dat de vezels gaan splinteren? Met deze instructie video leer je hoe je dit doet...

 

Bijkomende info op deze lin; http://supconnect.com/news/sup-how-tos-techniques/how-to-cut-paddle-stand-up-paddle-boards-sup

 

Gepubliceerd in Diverse
donderdag, 11 juli 2013 07:17

Tips voor de beginner..

Enkele tips voor de beginnende SUPer: hoe op het board staan, hoe paddle vast houden en paddelen..

Gepubliceerd in Techniek
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