Feeling stressed a little this winter? You ‘re not alone. You ‘re not alone. The entire afternoon hustle is not only exhausting but stressful. So we are looking today at the many ways in which you can kill stress with your paddle board.
Paddling is hopefully part of your regular fitness routine. Whether it is or whether it is not, this post is about how SUP will feed your mind, body, and soul and remove the stress in your life.
How to paddleboarding your mind is needed
You may not know how much mental energy goes into paddling. Some things like balance and paddling may appear to require little mental energy after the initial focus of learning proper techniques.
The brain creates, like muscles, a certain “muscle memory,” and you just move the strokes without too much emphasis.
But the reality is, paddle boarding requires mental attention, even if you are a pro paddler, and don’t believe you put a lot of thought into your routine. This kind of mental focus is a great way to remove stress.
You don’t focus on stress at home, work, school, or anywhere else when you’re focused on paddling. Sure, stressful thoughts will creep in, even during the most perfect SUP sesh from time to time.
Here’s a tip: make a point of paddling out of your mind all stressful thoughts. This form of regulation allows the brain to be stress-free.
Therefore, if you have the challenge to learn new tricks, test your new board, or raise your excitement, paddle-boarding is the ideal way to check your thoughts.
Why your body feeds paddle boarding
You hear us talking a lot about how comfortable and how good SUP is. And if you get back from an accident or an operation, you can still get a workout on your wall. But you’ll smash those targets if you are serious about burning calories and getting ready for SUP.
This is because standing up needs full body attention from your head to your feet and anywhere in the middle. You can’t worry about stress on the land if you focus on your fitness.
So if you are stressed, take a point to get serious about your paddle board movements. Challenge yourself with a new practice, such as an unfamiliar waterway, prepare your mates for a SUP race, or learn SUP Yoga.
Tip: If you want to learn new styles of inflatable paddle boards, SUP races are a perfect way to spend quality time with your family, friends or fellow students. Start the fun with a SUP hunt or charity event.
How the zen feeds paddle boarding
When your mind and body are aligned with your SUP, your soul’s normal next gain. There is something mystical about how peace happens if the mechanisms of the bodywork together to accomplish a shared safe goal.
So make sure that you improve your zen while you SUP, do a meditation routine when paddling. Of course, for this, you’ll want a calm beach or quiet spot. To find your spot, relax, close your eyes, hold your breath and count on 1, 2, 3, 4, then 1, 2, 3, 4, repeat 1, 2, 3, 4 ……
You did this breathing exercise absolutely, didn’t you?
The mental and physical focus needed by inflatable paddle board is good for your mind, body, and soul. If in every SUP Sesh you make a point to meditate, your soul thanks you.
One of the key reasons why SUP yoga is so popular is SUP zen. A few minutes of yoga and deep breathing are good for the soul. To begin with SUP yoga, every time you go out for a paddle, think about trying one new pose.
Here for SUP Yoga, you can find all kinds of helpful tips. If you are a little bit intimidated about trying your iROCKER downhill dog, check out this video for some advice.
The Last Buster of Pressure
We would like to see how standing up paddle boarding will help to alleviate the tension.