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Stand-Up Paddling Improves Your Physique

Want to add definition to your back? Grab a paddle. When done with proper technique, the forward stroke strengthens the upper back (many new paddlers use their biceps and shoulders when they paddle, but this is a rookie mistake). When you hinge forward at the hips to set your blade in the water, you simulate the action of “falling” onto the handle of your paddle with your weight, thereby loading the lats, and using the lower back and the legs to move the paddle through the water. After a session of steady paddling, your back muscles should be on fire.

For further enquiries, please kindly contact our service hotline at 2791 0806, or e-mail: info@bluesky-sc.com. bluesky-sc.com/sc-services/sup-2/
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Stand-Up Paddling Improves Your Physique

Want to add definition to your back? Grab a paddle. When done with proper technique, the forward stroke strengthens the upper back (many new paddlers use their biceps and shoulders when they paddle, but this is a rookie mistake). When you hinge forward at the hips to set your blade in the water, you simulate the action of “falling” onto the handle of your paddle with your weight, thereby loading the lats, and using the lower back and the legs to move the paddle through the water. After a session of steady paddling, your back muscles should be on fire.

For further enquiries, please kindly contact our service hotline at 2791 0806, or e-mail: info@bluesky-sc.com. https://bluesky-sc.com/sc-services/sup-2/

18 hours ago

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SUP is a full body work out and really does work every muscle group from the tiniest muscles in your feet right up to the largest muscle groups in your back.

Feet – Your feet have over 100 muscles and when you first start standing on a SUP you may well experience cramps. This is simply because you are using tiny muscles for stability that you seldom use.

Legs – To sustain correct posture and balance you will work a range of muscles in your legs. Every time you paddle with a power stroke and bend your knees you work a range of muscles including your lower calf, upper calf, abductors, hamstrings, quads and your glutes.

Back, arms and core – Correct SUP paddle technique means you use a range of muscles to pull your board across the surface of the water. Rather than using just your arms to pull the paddle to your body, you will use your Latissimus Dorsi (lats) and core to pull your body to the paddle. The lats are the largest muscle in your back and it’s the development of the lats that give the torso a wider, flared shape. It’s important that you use correct paddle technique, as over time this will prevent fatigue and burning in the arms. Your arms should be locked out as you rock over to submerge the entire paddle head in the water then pull your body to the upright paddle shaft. This ensures your lats take the load and you don’t simply rely on biceps and your arms to power you along.

Stand up paddle boarding truly is an amazing full body work out and short regular sessions will quickly result in toning, fat loss and development of muscle.

For further enquiries, please kindly contact our service hotline at 2791 0806, or e-mail: info@bluesky-sc.com. bluesky-sc.com/sc-services/sup-2/
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SUP is a full body work out and really does work every muscle group from the tiniest muscles in your feet right up to the largest muscle groups in your back.

Feet – Your feet have over 100 muscles and when you first start standing on a SUP you may well experience cramps. This is simply because you are using tiny muscles for stability that you seldom use.

Legs – To sustain correct posture and balance you will work a range of muscles in your legs. Every time you paddle with a power stroke and bend your knees you work a range of muscles including your lower calf, upper calf, abductors, hamstrings, quads and your glutes.

Back, arms and core – Correct SUP paddle technique means you use a range of muscles to pull your board across the surface of the water. Rather than using just your arms to pull the paddle to your body, you will use your Latissimus Dorsi (lats) and core to pull your body to the paddle. The lats are the largest muscle in your back and it’s the development of the lats that give the torso a wider, flared shape. It’s important that you use correct paddle technique, as over time this will prevent fatigue and burning in the arms. Your arms should be locked out as you rock over to submerge the entire paddle head in the water then pull your body to the upright paddle shaft. This ensures your lats take the load and you don’t simply rely on biceps and your arms to power you along.

Stand up paddle boarding truly is an amazing full body work out and short regular sessions will quickly result in toning, fat loss and development of muscle.

For further enquiries, please kindly contact our service hotline at 2791 0806, or e-mail: info@bluesky-sc.com. https://bluesky-sc.com/sc-services/sup-2/

Testimonial

Shatin College
When it comes to adventure, Blue Sky Sports Club is second to none at supplying the tools and instruction for a boatload of fun. From SUP lessons to kayak tours, they’re a massive part of the outdoor sports.
Tobias Reeuwijk
Fab sup lesson with Gary today! Me and boys loved it!
Tim Conroy-stocker
Coach is great and cheerful 🙂 feel so encouraging to push myself up
Rebecca Li

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Room 5, 12/F, Hewlett Centre, No. 54 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong
Telephone:
2791 0806 (All Other Activities)
2792 4938 (Swim Unit Only)
Fax:
2994 6859
Email:
info@bluesky-sc.com (All Other Activities)
swim@bluesky-sc.com (Swim Unit Only)