New Years resolutions are all well and good but I prefer goals in the form of something I really want to achieve (as opposed to something I think I should achieve). As we are now heading into the second half of our UK visa it’s starting to feel like our time is becoming more limited and I have to start making plans for all the SUPing and traveling we want to do before heading home.
So what better way to wrap up 2019 and welcome in 2020 than to review our SUPit list. I have created this chart to help you navigate the selection process for how to prioritise where you would like to take your SUP, plan for events and possibly inspire a few SUP-ertunities you haven’t yet considered.
Click on the following link to download a free PDF version SUP-it list When you’ve printed it, fill it in, take a photo of it on your phone and share to Instagram with #supitlist and lets see who has the best SUP it list!First lets consider the environment – these can be divided into the following categories
- Day Trip
- Road Trip
- SUP Skills/Safety Class
- Local SUP Club
- SUP Race
- SUP endurance challenge
- SUP yoga class/mastering certain poses
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