There’s more to using a stand up paddle board (SUP) than what’s in the name. Outdoor enthusiasts are using SUPs for everything from running whitewater to practicing yoga. These versatile boards are great fun no matter what body of water you place them on, from lakes to rivers and oceans. Best of all, SUPs are now more transportable than ever.
SUPs date back to Hawaii’s earliest surfing days, when surf instructors used them to watch and teach students. Now a popular fitness craze and go-to beach resort activity, stand up paddle boarding is a great core workout for people of all fitness levels – young and old.