June 15, 2016

Summer is yours!!

Let’s do SUP Yoga for nice thighs and nice buttocks!!

Without any doubt, no sport girls like us want to go outside and exercise under the burning sun. Not only the sun will make us sweat like a little pig, it also burns our beautiful skin as well!! Paying thousands baht for skin care is not really worth it. Nowadays, there are many different kinds of exercise that girls like us can do. One of the most popular sports is Yoga!! Just only normal, typical Yoga in the white-squared room? Well, just listen to this can make us yawn. So today, we will introduce you to a new way of doing Yoga. Not only meditating or practice your flexibility, you can also enjoy and appreciate the nature around you. Imagine the blowing of the wind, the slow running water beneath you, the sound of birds and animal chattering around you…nature is the best medicine freshen you up after a long day of work. This kind of yoga is called SUP yoga. For those who are thinking, “what is SUP yoga? “what is a paddle board?”, well, let’s get to know this amazing sport.

For those who do not know what is SUP stand for, the word SUP is an initial for Stand up paddle board, this kind of sport has been around us since 1970. People in Hawaii will stand o n the paddle board and use a single paddle, and row ahead to the wave. Don’t worry. You don’t have to paddle yourself in to the wave to do SUP yoga. Just a still water should do.

“Now I know what SUP means, and what about the SUP Yoga?”

Well, imagine the paddle board is a one fine yoga mat. All you need to do is just manage to stay up there, use your core to stand still and you just do yoga poses!!!

Of course, who doesn’t want to go out, wearing shorts, tank tops and show of your amazing body in Summer time?? Who doesn’t want a nice, curvy buttocks and nice gap between nice looking tights? Nobody!! We all need a good looking legs and buttocks to show off during summer time!! So, today we will give you some yoga pose that will help tighten your legs, thighs, buttock and hopefully, your belly as well!!! Let’s see what we got here,

      1. Downward Dog


From all fours (on your hands and knees) bring your hands slightly forward of your shoulders. Firm your hands down, pressing through the outer edges of the palm and the finger tips – imagine clawing into the ground to create a little suction cup of air in the middle of your palm. On an exhalation, engage your lower belly drawing the navel back to the spine. Press the floor away from you, lift your hips back and up to push yourself back into an upside-down V pose. Keep your knees initially bent to lengthen the spine, taking the hips up and away from you. Then if possible straighten the legs, while maintaining the length in the spine. This pose will strengthens your upper body, arms, shoulder and of course, your leg.


      1. Warrior

SUP Yoga Warrior

From down dog, step your right foot forward between your hands, spin your left heel down with the foot slightly angled out, press into your feet, and reach your arms to the ceiling, framing your face. Breathe here for five deep breaths and then repeat on the left side. This pose will help strengthen you upper tights and your legs.

      1. Diver’s Pose


From standing, put a soft bend in your knees, come high on the balls of your feet, and start to hinge forward from your waist, keeping your arms on either side of your torso. Allow your head to dive toward the ground, and stay here for five deep breaths. This will help strengthen the back of your tight and make your legs more lose and flexible.


      1. Wide squat

SUP Yoga Wide Squat 2

From standing, step your right foot way out to the right, turn your toes out, sink your hips, and bend your knees until they are directly over your ankles. Then come high on the balls of your feet, frame your face with your arms, and stay here for five deep breaths. This pose will help tighten your buttocks and inner thigh


      1. Bridge

SUP Yoga Bridge

Lying on your back, bend your knees and place your feet on the ground hip-width apart with your arms on either side of you reaching toward your heels. Pressing into your feet (especially into the big toe mound), lengthen through your tailbone and lift your hips. Interlace your hands together underneath you, and, if it feels good, wiggle your shoulders closer together one at a time. Stay here for five deep breaths. For a challenge, lift your right leg toward the ceiling (as pictured), stay for five deep breaths and then repeat for five breaths with your left leg lifted.


See? Pretty easy, right? Having nice beautiful legs, nice curvy buttocks and a nice looking thigh isn’t so hard. Just eat healthy food, exercise often, well, you can easily start with an easy SUP yoga pose!! Now you don’t have to go running outside and finally get a sun burn. Just go to the nearest pool and practice SUP yoga!! Summer is yours!!


WeSUP is born by the group of Thai SUP enthusiasts, who are deeply enthralled by stand-up paddling or SUP. Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) is the fastest growing sport across the world. We want to push on it and aim to be the leading SUP Sport guide in Thailand.

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!