Surfing Stand Up Paddle Boards - The Uscg, Maritime Law And Sup Boarding

Once you learn how to position yourself correctly on the board, concentrate on the paddling form. You need to cup your hands and keep your fingers together. Next, you need to extend to extend your arm all the way forward towards the nose of the surfboard. With your hands cupped and fingers together, dig deep into the water and paddle down the length of the paddle board. Make sure your arms don't drift out to the side. While paddling, keep your back arched up and your chest up off the board. Rather than looking at the nose of the paddle board, keep your eyes straight on the water ahead to avoid any potential danger which could be in the form of an oncoming surfer, a large wave, or a bog white