Adapted from surfing, paddleboarding is a fun sport where you stand up on a board and paddle through the water. It's easy to learn and offers a fun way to enjoy a full-body workout.
When you are ready from some paddleboarding, several adventure companies near our apartments in Cambridge include:
Owner Larry Smith became involved with Charles River Canoe & Kayak in the mid-1970s. Today, he enjoys sharing his boating passion and encourages everyone to care for their environment. Larry also offers several instructional classes like Introduction to Stand-up Paddleboarding. This 90-minute session starts on land before moving into the water. The instructor teaches proper standing and paddling techniques, how to maneuver over waves, and more.
At Boating in Boston, the staff is passionate about boating and having plenty of outdoor fun. The company boasts boathouses throughout Greater Boston and offers paddling and sailing adventures you won't soon forget. Try the stand-up paddleboard fitness class. It starts with a short introduction to paddling before blending cardio, strength, and balance for an exciting full-body workout. Each session lasts about 75 minutes.
Sup Yo works to "connect like-minded souls through outdoor adventure." Founder Jana Olenio created the company out of her love of nature. She inspires everyone to step out of their comfort zone and welcomes all athletic abilities to join in the fun. Don't miss the sunset paddle trips. You'll enjoy an exciting paddleboarding adventure as the setting sun lights up the evening sky.
When the weather makes paddleboarding in Cambridge difficult, stay active with rock climbing fun at a nearby gym. To call Luxe at Alewife home, please contact us. We will offer a tour of our apartments in Cambridge so that you can see everything our vibrant community has to offer.
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