What is Kiteboarding
August 27, 2021 at 3:58 am, No comments
Kiteboarding, also known as kitesurfing, is a water sport that blends elements and characteristics of wakeboarding, surfing, windsurfing, snowboarding, paragliding, and skateboarding.
Kitesurfing is a wind powered surface watersport using a kite and a board to move across the water. 일본야동닷컴
Kites with inflatable tubes are used to produce the pull from the wind. The inflatable parts of the kites help hold the shape and also allow the kite to float and therefore be re-launched from the water.
Health Benefits of Kiteboarding
Besides burning calories
Kiteboarding tones the body, especially the upper area, arms and abdomen.
Strengthening your abdominal area resulting in turn in a physical improvement of the abductors and legs too.
*Tones the body, especially the upper area, arms and abdomen.
*Kitesurfing combines aerobics and resistance exercises. This combination is perfect for keeping a balance weight, toning your figure and gaining physical strength
*Increases coordination and concentration- you are focusing on several tasks at once and you must keep the kite in the air with one hand while you enter the water grabbing the board with the other hand.
*Cardiovascular Benefits It’s up to you how long your kitesurfing session lasts for but in general the average kitesurfers will go out for 45 minutes to a few hours and may do a few sessions each day.
Prepare for Kiteboarding
Keep Growing. You don't ever want to become too comfortable and grow stagnant
Learning to Fly. Riding strapless, you should understand how your board feels while in the air
Kiteboarding Equipment you will need
The Kite - Make sure there is no visible damage to the kite. You should also learn how to check for drip when setting up your equipment for the first time.
The Bar - Check that there are no cuts or riot in the lines.
A Helmet - to protect your head
Water Shoes - We highly recommend having water shoes. A cut in the foot can ruin the whole experience
Wetsuit - Depending on the water temperature you may wish to consider wearing a wet suit. It’s also a great idea for protecting you during skill practice.
A Door Board - Once you’ve mastered controlling the kite, you’ll move onto the water start skills. This is when you’ll experience your first tries with the board. A larger board is generally much easier for beginner riders.
Safety Leash - Sometimes beginners can struggle with a waist gear due to the possibility of it moving upwards.