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10 consejos para prácticar Stand Up Paddle (SUP)

10 consejos para prácticar Stand Up Paddle (SUP)

En los últimos años la práctica de Stand Up Paddle (SUP), ha proliferado . Y es cada vez más fácil contratar una clase de aprendizaje, una excursión guiada o simplemente alquilar una tabla.

Hoy amigos les vamos a ofrecer diez consejos para practicar el SUP, que evita los errores más comunes entre los que estan partiendo en este deporte, esperamos que con esto puedas disfrutar más de este deporte.

1. Remar con el cuerpo.Consejos para praticar SUP - Paddle Surf

Un error común es intentar remar utilizando solamente los brazos, pero el SUP es un deporte completoy debemos utilizar un movimiento del torso que acompañe a los brazos. Si sólo usamos los brazos para impulsarnos rápidamente notaremos molestias en los hombros y codos. Recordad en cada remada debéis notar como los músculos del pecho, abdomen y piernas están trabajando en el mismo sentido que los brazos.

2. No busques el equilibrio sólo con las piernas.

Al igual que en el anterior punto hemos dicho que no sólo reman los brazos no debes intentar mantener el equilibrio sólo con las piernas. En el Paddle Surf debemos posicionarnos con los pies ligeramente separados, en línea recta con nuestros hombros. Una vez que estemos colocados las piernas las utilizaremos para mantenernos de pie y para ayudar en el movimiento global de la remada, pero el equilibrio lo debemos mantener con el cuerpo. Si empezamos a mover los pies estamos perdidos, se desequilibra la tabla y vamos a caer.

3. Mirar hacia el horizonte.

Como ya hemos dicho la postura correcta es en el centro de la tabla, con los pies separados a la altura de los hombros y con el cuerpo recto. Nuestra vista debe estar en el horizonte esto ayuda a una posición corporal correcta. Si miramos nuestros pies, o el agua que nos rodea, el cuerpo tiende a curvarse, perdemos la verticalidad y caemos.

4. Mantén las manos separadas.

Un error común entre los principiantes es tener las manos demasiado pegadas entre sí a la hora de coger el remo, lo que repercute enormemente en la efectividad del remado. La posición correcta de las manos es una en el extremo del remo (manilla)  y la otra mano prácticamente en la mitad del remo. (la idea es que no estén muy juntas)

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5. Hunde completamente la pala.

Para conseguir un remado eficaz debemos estirar ambos brazos y clavar la pala del remo completamente dentro del agua, después con un movimiento global del cuerpo recogemos los brazos, siempre con la pala completamente hundida. Esta es la manera más eficaz de propulsarse, si no hundimos la pala completamente, el esfuerzo será casi el mismo pero el movimiento que consigamos de la tabla será muy inferior.

6. La pala no debe sobrepasar la línea de tus pies.

El movimiento de remado, como ya he dicho debe empezar con los brazos estirados, y debe terminar cuando la pala alcanza la línea de nuestros pies. Una vez hayamos alcanzado la linea que marcan nuestros pies es momento de sacar la pala completamente del agua y volver a estirar los brazos para una nueva remada. Para mantener un trazado recto las remadas hacia nuestro lado más natural, el izquierdo de la tabla si somos diestros y el contrario si somos zurdos, se deben combinar con remadas al otro lado de la tabla para mantener el rumbo deseado.

7. Sepárate del resto de surfers.

Si bien es una experienc10 Consejos para praticar Paddle Surf - SUPia más divertida realizar excursiones en grupo debemos tener en cuenta de mantener cierta distancia con los otros remeros y sus tablas, el mar es muy grande. Las tablas de Sup suelen ser de mayor tamaño, para favorecer la estabilidad, son duras y pesadas, y en el mar es difícil hacer frenar en seco cualquier embarcación, por lo que debemos evitar posibles choques con otras tablas.

8. Usa una correa.

Si no llevas un chaleco salvavidas utiliza una leash (correa) que impida alejarte de la tabla en caso de caer. El mar es grande y, a veces traicionero, y nunca sabemos que nos puede deparar una excursión. El uso de una leash atada a tu pierna y a la tabla de SUP en el otro extremo impedirá que en caso de caída la tabla se aleje de nosotros y quedarnos varados en medio del mar.

9. Vigila las olas y los vientos fuertes.

Antes de realizar la actividad debemos conocer el estado de la mar y asegurarnos que podremos controlar la tabla. Las tablas de SUP son de mayor tamaño que las de Surf y con olas fuertes debes ser un experto para mantener la tabla en equilibrio.

10. Aprende a caer.

Como en cualquier deporte en que interviene el equilibrio te vas a caer, la suerte es que como es un deporte acuático te caerás dentro del agua, no obstante debemos aprender a caer, si caemos demasiado cerca de la tabla nos podemos golpear con ella, y ya os hemos dicho que son duras. Las caídas son inevitables por eso os recomendamos aprender a controlarlas.

Espero les hayan gustado estos diez consejos para practicar SUP. Espero se  conviertan en grandes maestros de esta disciplina, especialmente esperamos que sirvan a los principiantes para tener un primer contacto con este deporte más placentero al tener conocimiento de los errores más frecuentes.

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The History Of Stand Up Paddle

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The History Of Stand Up Paddle Boarding Starts With Our Genetic Code As animals go, we humans are the oddities in our jungle. Unlike most, we are designed to stand up and travel great distances on just two legs. Though our evolution is the subject of great debate, all human babies are born with an innate drive to stand up. Offer your index fingers to the hands of a tiny seated infant and the baby will grip hard, using your offered fingers to immediately push themselves upright on to their wobbly little feet. A human baby will progress from standing alone to walking and eventually running, usually by the second year of life. Stand up paddling gives us humans an amazingly efficient way to travel quickly across a body of water in our naturally favored position. Think about how excited and intrigued you were the first time you saw someone stand up paddling. Tap into your nomadic ancestry and you’ll understand how valuable it would have been for hunting and the discovery of safe, more verdant shores. It has a universal appeal. As humans, we are naturally inclined to move forward. We advance with our eyes first, scanning the horizon, arms helping to propel our bodies, all while effortlessly balancing on two feet. Modern stand up paddling is inherently recognized as a valuable skill by our inner prehistoric selves. Ancient Fisherman Lay the Groundwork caballitos de totora Standing up to fish and for transportFishermen all over the world have been standing solo in their small vessels for thousands of years. Chan Chan is ground zero of a rich and ancient Peruvian civilization. Bordered by fertile lands and an ocean that teemed with life, Chan Chan was once the largest city in South America. On its shore near the village of Huanchaco is a coveted surfing beach where caballitos de totora which translates to “little horses made of reed” are straddled and then surfed by the local fishermen. To aid in maneuvering the vessels into the waves, a split and hollowed length of bamboo serves as a double ended paddle. 3,000 year old shards of painted pottery depict the unchanged design of these same famously photogenic reed boats. It’s not hard to imagine young, virile fishermen showing off to their peers and potential mates by standing on a caballito and skillfully paddle surfing it to shore! Amazingly, caballito is a modern name for these handmade boats that predate the arrival of fifteenth century Spaniards and their horses by thousands of years. Italian GondolaFast forward to seventeenth century Venice, the magnificent Italian city that’s built almost entirely on the water. Eight to ten thousand gondoliers use long paddles to move their vessels through the crowded canals. Today, only about four hundred gondolas remain in service. They shuttle tourists and wedding parties through the beautiful city that remains steeped in mystery, romance and glorious water. The Hawaiians Pioneered Stand Up Paddling For Fun! duke kahanamoku stand up paddlingThe first standup paddle surfers to surf for the sheer joy of flying down the line on a board are believed to be Hawaiian. Ancient Hawaiian islanders survived with nature, not because of nature. They called themselves keiki o ka’aina, literally “children of the land”. The earth provided the islanders not only food and materials to build with, but a place of deep spiritual connection and playful recreation. Aina means “that which feeds”. The land, the sea and mankind were thought of as siblings born to the same parents at the beginning of time. As siblings of the sea, Hawai`ians of all ages and sexes enjoyed playing together in the waves. Maka ‘ainana is a term used to describe the common people, but it actually translates to “eyes of the earth”. Nature nourishes, and by custom, humans were to play with and protect their siblings, the land and the sea. Though Hawaiians have probably been standup paddle surfing for centuries, the earliest photographic evidence is only about 60 years old. Duke Kahanamoku, the most famous of the Waikiki beach boys, was said to use an outrigger paddle to help propel his heavy board into the velvety waves of Waikiki. John Zapotocky Stand up PaddlingTwo other Hawaiians beside Duke are often named as the first. Young John “Zap” Zapotocky, born in 1918 had moved to Oahu from the Mainland in 1940. After a few years of working at Pearl Harbor, the Dole Pineapple Cannery hired him as a machinist. A family man loved for his community involvement, Zap also became a dedicated waterman. There is a full feature on John Zapotocky in our Spring 2011 Issue. He was one of the few non-native Hawaiians to be named as an honorary Beachboy by his surfing brothers. Zap had admired how Duke and a few of the other Beachboys used a paddle to help themselves surf more effectively. In the 1940’s Zap began to include a canoe paddle in his own morning routine of surfing out at Waikiki. He didn’t stop using the paddle as he surfed for the next 60 years. Dorian “Doc” Pascowitz said at John Zapotocky’s memorial on 10/29/13. “Please remember that this, the biggest, greatest development in the sport of wave riding of the last 1,000 years is the result of the passion, the effort and the aloha of John “Zap” Zapotocky.’ John “Pops” Ah Choy was born in 1920 in ‘O’okala on the Big Island, but raised his own family on Oahu. Pops was an inventor, the father of six and one of the others most mentioned as the first to surf with a paddle. Pops constantly tinkered with homemade ideas. He created a board wagon that he (or one of his surfing sons) could use to easily haul 8 heavy boards weighing nearly 100 pounds each, from home to Kuhio beach. He also designed leg leashes, skateboards and a chair with suction cups which allowed him to fish while sitting on his board. As failing knees made it difficult for Pops to pop up on a surfboard, he began to carry a canoe paddle out to help him surf the waves. Standing between sets also greatly improved his vantage as a photographer. Taking photos of tourists was yet another skill Pops used to help feed his large family.

SURF CAMP PIPA HOSTEL BRASIL Passeio de stand up paddle sup na Lagoa Tibau Pipa

SUP CAMP PIPA HOSTEL BRASIL –
PASSEIOS E AULAS DE STAND UP PADDLE
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stand up paddle pipa brasil
Passeio na Lagoa Guaraira  com suas águas calmas, é ideal para a pratica do Stand Up Paddle (SUP) e através de noções básicas oferecidas pelo nossos Istrutores , você pode aprender a remar em pé… e descobrir lugares incriveis que só esta região tem a oferecer.
Passeios e Instrução

SUP – BASICO: ALUGUEL COM AULA Perfeito para quem nunca praticou Stand UP Paddle ou quem quer fazer uma remada nas águas calmas da praia do Jabaquara. Esse passeio é para todos…crianças até a terceira idade.Dificuldade: fácil Tempo total de passeio:  1,30 h Saída: dependendo da marea Local:  Lagoa Guaraira – Rio Sibauma Incluído: equipamento, instruçãominimo 3 pessoas
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aula de sup praia da pipa

Mais conhecido como SUP, o Stand Up Paddle é um esporte aquático que consiste em remar em pé sob uma prancha. Praticado em águas calmas (lagoas, praias específicas), o esporte havaiano é a sensação do momento no Brasil e serve tanto para passeios, travessias de longa distância e todos os tipos de ondas. O Stand Up Paddle é uma prática saudável que trabalha todos os membros musculares, fortalecendo os músculos e melhorando o condicionamento físico, além de treinar o equilíbrio físico e mental. o aluno irá desenvolver melhor postura e equilíbrio, além de conhecer os equipamentos e aprender as técnicas fundamentais de remada e direcionamento da prancha. A Escola oferece, após o curso básico, aulas avançadas e direcionadas para o surfe com o Stand Up Paddle, e para grandes travessias, além de oferecer suporte para a compra de seu novo equipamento.