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The top 5 paddle board articles of 2014

Well, we are already well into 2015 but it’s a good time to look back over 2014. So, we created a short list of the top 5 stand up paddle boarding news articles on Green Water Sports.

Red Paddle Co 10ft6in Ride inflatable SUP review

Red Paddle Co 10’6″ inflatable SUP review

In this post, we’ll be giving you a quick review of the Red Paddle Co 10’6″ Ride inflatable stand up paddle board. Included are some close up shots of all the board’s main features and a short “walk around” video so you can see what we’re on about…

Is stand up paddle boarding healthy?

Why is stand up paddle boarding so good for us?

Paddle boarding is a great all over body workout. Head to toe, every muscle is engaged in balancing on the board or during the paddle stroke with the bulk of the effort being done by the body’s ‘core’ muscles. As the name suggests, the core…

Top 10 tips for beginner paddle boarders

10 tips for stand up paddle boarding beginners

Don’t be that guy or that girl. Avoid the most common first time paddle boarder mistakes by following our list of 10 tips for the beginner stand up paddle boarder. Whether you are renting a SUP and paddle, you’ve just bought your own gear, or you’ve been out a few times, this information may make a difference to your future paddle boarding sessions…

Review of the Red Paddle Co 10' Surfer inflatable SUP

Review of the Red Paddle Co 10′ Surfer inflatable SUP

In this review we will be taking a look at the Red Paddle Co 10′ Surfer inflatable stand up paddle board. We’ll see what comes in the bag, we take it out on the river and for a quick paddle in the surf, and run through some pump up, set up and performance points…

SUP Rocker Stiffening Technology with Red Paddle Co

SUP Rocker Stiffening Technology with Red Paddle Co

By looking at how and where a board flexes we have developed and patented the Rocker Stiffening System (RSS) to increase rigidity. It works by inserting stiffening battens along the rails of the board. The battens then work against the downward force of the rider to produce a stiffer board by preventing flex – similar to how a stringer works on a hard board. The stiffening battens are removable for easy board rolling and can be stored in the carry bag for transportation to and from the water…

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About the author: Julian Kidd
I have been an avid stand up paddle boarder since 2009. I retired from a decade of professional kiteboarding to focus on SUP. Green Water Sports grew from this love of all things SUP. As well as being a keen paddle boarder, I'm a football fan, closet petrol head, web tinkerer, husband and father.