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Using a paddle board can be divided into the following steps:

How to use the paddle board correctly

Prepare equipment:
Make sure you have a paddle board that fits properly and a paddle that is the right size for your height. The length of the paddle should be slightly longer than your height so that you can cut through the water while standing on the paddle board.

Wear appropriate clothing:
Wear appropriate swimwear or sportswear and a life jacket if needed. Also consider wearing protective gear such as sunscreen, hats, and sunglasses.

Go ashore or paddle board:
Place your paddle board on the water, close to the shore or in shallow water. Stand next to the paddle board and place one foot in the center of the paddle board for balance. Then hold both ends of the paddle with both hands, and quickly step on the paddle board with your other foot to maintain balance.

maintain balance:
Maintaining balance on a paddle board is key. Your feet should be shoulder-width apart, your knees slightly bent, and your body weight slightly forward. Maintain a stable posture and use your feet and core muscles to maintain balance.

Paddling:
Holding the paddle in both hands with your arms straight, lower one end of the paddle into the water and push the paddle forward with your other hand. Repeat this movement, alternating the left and right paddles to propel yourself through the water. When paddling, keep your body balanced and in tune with the rhythm of your stroke.

Steering:
Turning can be achieved by stroking one side of the paddle more times. For example, if you want to turn left, you can paddle the right paddle multiple times. By adjusting the strength and frequency of your strokes, you can change the direction of your paddle.

Launching and landing:
When you want to launch or come ashore, find a stable position. Make sure you are close to shallow water or shore before exiting your paddle board. Step gently into the water or close to the shore, stabilize the paddle with your hands, and carefully step away from the paddle.

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