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It’s for people who can’t windsurf...Never mind paddle boarding, how did so many people learn how to kite surf? Over 30 off Hayling beach this morning, sometimes 60 and they all make it look so easy - walking down the beach holding the lines with one hand while this thing hovers under perfect control vertically above, then get settled on the board, angle it to kick it in and take off like a power boat. Very impressive.
That's the crucial bit for me. I've never stuck at running or any other simple exercise because I find it boring, and have little to think about except how tired and uncomfortable I am. Whereas being out on the river there's always lots to look at, and a burst of hard paddling "to get upwind across this open bit into the lee of that quayside" (for instance) makes more sense than setting arbitrary goals pounding round the park when I could just walk instead.Probably more interesting paddling around Newtown than going to a gym.
It’s easy if you get one big enough and you don’t stand on it like you would a surfboard or windsurfer.They seem to be turning up in unexpected places.
It looks easy .