5 Poses SUP Workout for six pack, fit and firm

February 06, 2017

            For the exercise lover or adventurer, setting up your goal is very important as it makes you feel you would achieve something and not loosing your effort for free, in example; weight loosing, muscle or six pack building. Every goal does matter and our goal is working out to build the strength for you core body before going for a SUP trip including cross-training

            Core muscles are the significant part as our body is like a mechanism that works according to the brain order. Core muscle group such as abs, pelvic floor muscles, lower and upper back muscles generate strength when we go out for paddling the Paddle Board. The muscles also help reduce the injuries in a case of emergency or during outdoor activities.

            5 Poses SUP(Stand Up Paddle Board) Work-out for six pack building, strength increasing, fit and firm enhancing

           
Wide Push UP_SUP Workout
 

            🎯 WIDE PUSH-UPS Pose

            Start with laying your front on the board and put the paddle in balance horizontal at your shoulder range. Grab the paddle tightly with both of your hands and extend your arms perpendicular with your body and a little bit wider than the board. Straight you legs widely parallel with your shoulder. When you get ready, lower your chest to the board and push at to the same pose. Repeat as much as you can in 30 seconds.
Come one, you can do it!!


 
Dive Pushup_SUP Workout
 

            🎯 Dive Pushup Pose

            This pose is similar to push-up pose starting. Lift your hip until your body looks like the V-upside down. Then lower your hip and push your body to the front simultaneously, lower your chest until it almost touches the board and then back to start pose. Repeat as much as you can in 30 seconds.
Now, let’s do it!!


 
Punch & Cross_SUP Workout
 

            🎯 Punch & Cross Pose

            Stand up and lower your leg a little bit similar to squat pose. Stand up tall and lower your body, bend your knees a bit. Keep you back straight all the time. Set your feet as wide as your shoulder range. Get your fists up and lift them perpendicular with the paddleboard. Then twist your waist, put your right fist in the front and turn your head left. Twist you ankle follow your fist. Then switch to another side. Repeat it 3 sets for 30 times. Now you can feel your body strength!!


 
Oblique Knee Tap_SUP Workout
 

            🎯 Oblique Knee Tap Pose

            Start with Side Plank pose and lay your body on to you left arm. Get your body straight and set your elbow perpendicular at the chest level. Lift you right arm perpendicular to you chest and put your hand upside down. Then left your right knee to touch the right arm. Back to the beginning pose. Repeat 15 times and switch to another side. You are getting tired, but the strength is coming also!!


 
Body Crunches Knees to Elbow_SUP Workout
 

            🎯 Body Crunches Knees to Elbow Pose

            Lay your back on the paddleboard. Lift both hands up and put your fingertips together. Lift both your legs closely and straight. When you get ready, get your knees and elbows together slowly. Breathe deeply and back to the beginning pose. Repeat the pose for 3 sets and 15 times.
 

            Now you are ready for an extremely super fun SUP trip with your body full of strength at the core muscle. It’s another technique that put your exercise interesting and purposive. Ready for it? Let’s go!!

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Not only SUP is fun and perfect for your entire family, but SUP also has huge benefit for you. SUP opens up a whole new world of exploration, fitness and adrenaline. It's a great way to get fit, developing core strength, cardio fitness, flexibility, balance and allows you to choose your own path to better health. Unlike surfing, you don't need waves to paddleboard, you can go paddling on any open water, an ocean, lake, and even a river. If you never try SUP, Let's start!