Summer season nowadays can be harsh, draining us listless, but it need not be all that bad! If you are wondering what could possibly turn the sizzling days better, there are plenty of things that you can enjoy.
Water-sports tops the list!
For those bored and tired with dull daily routines, summer is the perfect time to plan a trip to a place that offers activities on the water. Not only for those who are looking to have fun, there are several reasons for the not yet initiated to try it out. It can turn out to be the best way to keep boredom at bay while introducing some exhilaration into your life.
Work and personal commitments are important, but once in a while, you end up craving a stress-buster. Escaping to the seaside or riverbanks for a week can be the perfect outlet during summer.
Aquaphobia (the fear of water) is one common fear that many people have, but it’s easy to overcome this, and the best is to try out an easy water-sport – even fishing! Ultimately, the feeling of overcoming your fear can be the best experience ever! With an experienced person to guide and help you participate in watersports, you’ll soon be enjoying the moment without any worries at all!
One of the most popular watersports, you have got to try it while on a seaside holiday. Watching skilled surfers glide and toss themselves up effortlessly across the face of a wave can be intimidating as much as it is thrilling. With skilled surfing coaches to assist you, one can give it a go, even those who have never surfed once in their lives. Make sure that your instructors are certified by the ISA (International Surfing Association) who can guarantee that you will be up on your feet surfing in no time!
For the bold ones who already are into surfing, this can be the perfect avenue to level up! With the right conditions – warm and clear waters, a sunny day and of course, the wind! – it can be the most exuberant pastime you’ve ever had! Many aspects of Kitesurfing are similar to other water sports, so it can be relatively easy to pick up – even for snowboarders! For newbies, it’s recommended to seek out a facility that adheres to IKO (International Kiteboarding Organisation) guidelines and personnel – it’s all about safety!
Stand Up Paddle Yoga
SUP or stand up paddle boarding may just turn out to be your new favorite water sport without getting into the water! Moreover, summer can be the perfect time to give it a try. Not only does it give you a healthy dose of Vitamin D, it’s also a great form of exercise for toning up the core. What’s more, you don’t have to wait around for the perfect waves, the right wind or weather!
SUP yoga is seeing a growth in popularity with many finding it the perfect combination of sun, salt and sweat. Whether a beginner paddler or a novice yogi, SUP Yoga can be the perfect way to kickstart a healthy habit.
While indulging in any of the above activities, you tend to forget the worries and pains, boosting positivism in the bargain. Taking out a little time and indulging oneself in an unfamiliar environment may just be the medicine that can freshen up your mind, body and soul.