Joachim Larsson

Motala, Sweden

May 23 at 06:40 AM

To answer your question, I would first of all say that the length of the shaft should be as long as possible without you risking the shaft hitting the floor or your feet. The longer the shaft, the more force is needed to control the movement. It also means that the longer the shaft, the more unstable the movement. This means that you will then also train the small muscles that will stabilize the movement.

My general recommendation is therefore to use a shaft as long as possible based on your body constitution and then with a rubber band with such low resistance that you can also control the movement laterally. When you have built up stability in the movement, you can then increase the resistance.

Good luck and as I said, don't hesitate to get in touch with more questions!



May 23 at 06:39 AM

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As we've found so many new health and fitness benefits with IndoorSUP over the past year, we've fallen a little behind with more of the basic information. We are therefore very grateful for this type of question, as it helps us find out how new users experience products and training. So don't hesitate to get in touch again with more questions and concerns!


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