Tips for Stand Up Paddle Boarding with Prescription Glasses

Wearing prescription glasses can make you look smart, but if you like getting active, it sucks. A sporty person with poor eyesight always experiences inconveniences. When playing ball sports, there’s a risk of the eyeglasses getting crashed if a ball accidentally hits the face. When hiking or climbing, there’s a risk of it falling from the nose. When casually swimming, you have to remove it to protect it from the water and just deal with having blurry vision for just a bit. In the case of standup paddleboarding, wearing prescription glasses is less of a hassle since you’re standing up,

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Best Places to Stand Up Paddle Board in the United States

Standup paddleboarding (SUP) is the new favorite sport of outdoor enthusiasts today. Not only does it allow you to explore the waters and take in the views of nature and wildlife, it also serves as an amazing full-body workout that you can get to do on the water!  You don’t also need to travel too far to find an ideal water condition for your SUP adventure because you got all you need in America – beaches, whitewater rapids, flat tropic canals, wide open lakes – you name it, and the US got it. Here’s a list of some of the

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Essential Stand Up Paddle Boarding Accessories

As the standup paddleboarding (SUP) community grows, more products and accessories are being designed to enhance the SUP experience. The SUP gear like the paddle board and paddle (of course), leash, PFD are your essentials, but you don’t have to paddle with only the bare minimum. Whether you’re new to the sport or you’re looking to upgrade your paddling experience, you can use some SUP accessories for your enjoyment. GoPro HERO 5 Today, no adventure is complete without any photos and/or videos. Whether you’re in the surfs or in the tranquil lake waters, the scenery begs to be photographed while

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Introduction to Standup Paddleboarding

Put surfing and canoeing together, and you’ve got standup paddleboarding (SUP). SUP basically uses a surf-style board and a long paddle to help the boarder propel across the water while standing. Unlike surfing, you don’t need waves to be able to paddleboard, and calm and flat waters is best for beginners. In 2013, SUP was documented as the outdoor sporting activity with the most first-time participants in the United States. In some places in the world, the sport is called “standup paddle surfing” or “standup paddling.” Surfing is more popular, but it didn’t take over mainstream America because not all

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What Type of Ocean Life Can You See While Snorkeling?

Snorkeling is a fun way of exploring and discovering many things underwater. It is a way of enjoying and appreciating the ocean life. Coral reefs and different species of fish are the most common things we see while snorkeling. But did you know that the type of ocean life we see may differ depending on where we would go snorkeling? This is what makes snorkeling more exciting, it enables us to see different things and experience different types of ocean life in every snorkeling spot we go to. You might be wondering what other types of ocean life you can

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