Stuff to do at Bonney Lake-GUSU (Get Up Stand UP)
Paddle boarding is a growing trend in water sports, and every day more people try it out. If you’re new to paddle boards then renting your gear from a surf shop is advisable to continue. A board supplied from a dealer paddle board that is manufactured by a major manufacturer of paddle boards will sell for $2-3 thousand. So the best choice is to hire the equipment and figure out which one is the best fit for you. Click here to enable the notifications for Stuff to do in Bonney lake details here.
Once you’ve got your equipment and your personal flotation device, it’s time to get into the sea. Do not neglect the flotation device, because as a submarine, the coast guards score a stand up paddle board. What does it say is the rule. It is best to find a lake clear of boat traffic and other obstructions when you are just starting out. Ignore those actions while taking the paddle boards to the water: 1. Stand the board with the top facing you 2 onto its edge. Place the paddle at your feet on the ground, within easy reach 3. Move to the middle of the board and then catch the rails to support the platform on top of your head 4. Squat down and grab the pole to hold it on the boat until you reach the water and it’s time to climb into the paddle board. Based on what’s easy, go into waist deep water or shallower. Place the paddle across the floor and bring yourself onto the board in a seated position. The board’s rail should be carried by one side, and the paddle grip by the other. Now transfer into a place of sitting on the board slightly behind the center point. See the paddle board level out. You should be completely even in mud, with neither the tail nor the nose falling further into the bath than the other. Once you’re up, get up one foot at a time and put your feet where your knees were just set. You may want to have a friend come along your first few times to help get you going.
Now that you’re balancing on your paddle board, you’ll need to remember:
- Keep your feet straight and have an upright posture
- Don’t lean on the rails; hold your foot within them.
- Step away from the floor as you slip so that you don’t hurt yourself on it
- Try to keep as much forward movement as possible. Balancing on paddle boards is much better while you are getting movement forwards.