Here’s How to Stay Fit with SUP When Your Gym is Closed

Here’s How to Stay Fit with SUP When Your Gym is Closed

Everyone’s talking about quarantine weight-gain. It doesn’t have to be this way! This post is your motivation to get off the couch and up onto your iROCKER, and it’s loaded with our tips to stay fit with SUP when your gym is closed.

How to Get Max Fitness from SUPIf you’re a cross-trainer and you’re missing your gym, we have some ideas for getting more fitness from your SUP routine.

Taking Up SUP for Beginners If you’ve never tried stand up paddling or don’t even own your own board, fear not. We have beginner tips just for you (and some killer pricing on our all-new board designed especially for beginners).

Getting Your Family on Board for Some Healthy SUP Fun While everyone is stuck at home together in lockdown, it’s a great time to sprinkle some motivation into your family’s routine.

How to Get Max Fitness from SUP

If you’re a veteran SUP fan, then you’re probably not loving this lockdown, especially if your favorite waterways are closed to the public. We’ve got some ideas to help you get more fitness out of SUP and to take the stress out of lockdown.

  • Try mixing things up with a new SUP routine. You could take up SUP yoga, bring Fido along for your paddle, or crank up your heart rate with family-friendly SUP
  • Arrive prepared. You might have to drive farther these days to find open water for SUP so you definitely don’t want to waste any time inflating or deflating your iSUP. An electric SUP pump just might be your newest BFF.
  • Give kayaking a try. Even better, try it on some rapids. Trust us, this is not your average SUP workout!

Stand Up Paddle Boarding for Beginners

This is a great time to take up SUP if you’ve never tried it. Of course, we think every day is a great day to take up SUP!

We’re often asked by potential SUP newbies about pricing, necessary equipment and how to get started. Here are our easy tips for getting started with SUP:

Spoiler alert: Sale prices!

Before we get to the big Sale Price Reveal, let’s talk about the right board for a newbie. Earlier this year, iROCKER unveiled an absolutely gorgeous, made-for-beginners board at a juicy price and with exactly what any new SUPer needs to get started in style.

If you haven’t seen our new board yet, check out the NAUTICAL here. Here’s a sneak peek at everything you get in our beginner-priced and oh-so-awesome NAUTICAL package:

NAUTICAL Paddle Board Features

Now, let’s talk specs:

  • NAUTICAL measures 10′6” x 32″ x 6″ thick when rolled up and weighs just 20 pounds, meaning it’s ultra-mobile and easily packed away when not in use.
  • NAUTICAL is carefully designed and constructed of military-grade material for max durability and long-lasting use.
  • When your NAUTICAL is fully inflated, it can carry up to 240 lbs, so feel free to bring a kiddo or pup along for the ride.
  • There’s a big front storage area for gear, and three handles to pull or hold your board from the front, middle or rear.
  • Of course, NAUTICAL comes with our famous one-year manufacturer’s warranty.
  • NAUTICAL package includes board, single chamber-dual action hand pump, adjustable fiberglass paddle, detachable fins, coil ankle leash, repair kit, and carry bag.
  • Low entry-level price point starts at just $419!

Now for the Big Price Reveal:

NAUTICAL is specially priced at just CAD $631.00 and comes with ALL of this:

  • 1 NAUTICAL 10’6” x 32″ Wide Inflatable Paddle Board
  • 1 NAUTICAL Back Pack
  • 1 Adjustable Fiberglass Paddle
  • 1 NAUTICAL Ankle Leash
  • New Single Chamber, Dual Action Hand pump
  • 1 Repair Kit
  • Free Standard Shipping to Canada
How to Get Max Fitness from SUP

Once you get your gorgeous new board, there are a few things you want to know and master.

  1. Be Sure to inflate your board correctly. An under- or over-inflated board won’t do you any favors, so learning how to inflate your board (and deflate it for travel or storage) is key to proper paddling. See this video for our tips for how to inflate your board properly.
  2. You’ll want to know the correct way to pop up onto your board. Popping up looks easy enough and with a bit of practice, it is. What’s key is really going for it and keeping your eyes high while keeping your feet firmly in the right place. Here’s Check this out for some getting started tips.
  3. Learn the right way to paddle. Seems obvious but actually, it isn’t. You’ll see that your paddle is angled and scooped. A lot of new stand up paddlers make the mistake of turning the “scoop” backward. This is incorrect. The right way is with the “scoop” (blade) facing forward. Like this:

Getting Your Family on Board for Some Healthy SUP Fun

Being on Covid lock-down at home with the entire family might have you going a little bonkers. There’s a simple solution: get your family on board for some healthy SUP fun.

Stand Up Paddle Boarding for Beginners

If you’ve only got one board, you can up your own fitness by carrying one or two of the kiddos. If they’re too big to ride on your board, scroll up for that fabulous starter price on NAUTICAL.

If there’s one great lesson the kids can learn from Covid, it’s family fun in healthy ways, right?

How are You Managing Your Fitness When Gyms are Closed?

We always want to know how our fans are doing, especially in these trying times. Let us know what you and your loved ones are doing to stay fit these days. You can get in touch using the form below or reach out to our team on Facebook.

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