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How to Choose a Stand-Up Paddle Board

Stand-up paddle boards, or SUPs,have become very popular in recent years. They are a great way to get out on the water and enjoy some time outdoors. But with so many different models and brands available, it can be difficult to know which board is right for you. This guide will help you choose the right SUP for your needs.

SUP Hull Types

Following are the SUP hull types. Take a look:

●Planing Hull

If you're in the market for a new SUP, you may have come across the term "planing hull." But what is a

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 is the outdoor haven of the northeastern USA. Between the beaches and the camping, there is no shortage of outdoor activities here for people to enjoy.

There's a reason that this is such a popular location in this part of the country. It's an idyllic location that offers the best of every world: old charming towns, stunning landscape, and great places for kayaking and paddling.

There are so many different places that you can choose from in this gorgeous state that picking only five places w

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9008819662?profile=originalWe remember being told about YOLO (You Only Live Once) Stand-Up Paddle Boarding on a random trip to the Beaches of Walton, on the Florida panhandle.

A couple of beach-fit, broad-smiled  guys and ladies were balancing beautifully on small, colorful  board in a wide stream, polling themselves forward with skill, balance and great fun. They introduced us to YOLO, a branded paddle boarding sport presumably started in Hawaii.

Those were very early days when we too were one of the first people to try th

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What’s all the buzz about stand-up paddle surfing?

It’s one of the fastest emerging global water sports, that’s what.

Also called stand-up paddleboarding, or SUP for short, the sport is popular with surfers as a way to keep fit when surf is low and also as another way to catch waves. Because it is a great full-body workout, other athletes like skiers, snowboarders, etc. are using stand-up paddle surfing to cross train.

Stand Up Paddle Surfing is very popular in Costa RicaDescribed as “walking on water,”it involves standing on a big, long modified sur

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You don't book a room in Condado, an isthmus lined with beachfront condos, hotels, fabulous restaurants and bars, clubs, and casinos near downtown San Juan, because you love stand-up paddleboarding. (Stand-up bar-hopping, that's another thing.) But every day more and more locals are shelling out $1,000 and up for paddleboards so they can slice through Condado Lagoon, which separates Condado from the mainland. And now a start-up company named Velauno, which I discovered with a little help from

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