Paddleboarding is a relatively easy water activity. In a study conducted in 2013, paddleboarding had the most number of participants of any outdoor sport activity and most of those who tried were first-timers. Given paddleboarding's uncomplicated rules, it is no longer surprising that a lot of young girls are enjoying it. With extra care and guidance from an expert, girls can truly enjoy this activity along with the benefits it can provide.
The Absolute Workout for Every Part of the Body
Paddleboarding can exercise almost all the muscles in the body. As you stabilize your balance, you are working on your leg muscles, abdomen, and back. Propelling the paddleboard works out the muscle on the arms, back and shoulders.
The strength required in this sport enhances endurance. Once you established your balance, your leg muscle strength improves. When you are used to the effort you need to exert yourself to keep your balance and it will no longer make you tired and you will gradually increase your endurance.
Improved cardiovascular condition
Most girls are a bit stubborn when it comes to the food they eat. They don't have time to exercise regularly. Fortunately, there are sports activities like paddleboarding that can help improve the cardiovascular health. The cardiovascular benefits that can be obtained from paddleboarding are similar to those that running and aerobics can provide. Cardiovascular activities protect the body from acquiring diseases that involves the heart and blood vessels, such as heart failure, pulmonary disease, renal artery stenosis, and coronary artery disease.