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Getting out over waves on a SUP / How to video

Getting out over waves on a SUP / How to video

In this SUPboarder ‘How to video’ we take a basic look at getting out over waves on a SUP. When you first start getting into surf you will probably find yourself paddling out on your knees a fair bit. But ideally you should be aiming to paddle out standing up. With practice this will allow you to paddle over bigger waves and conserve more energy for the fun stuff… surfing! We go over the basic principles to help get you out over the waves in no time.

For more information on the boards used in the video check out the SUPboarder equipment guide links below :

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