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A Supski PaddleTrack equipped paddle board allows the user to combine the workout of paddle boarding, which is excellent for your mid back muscles (latissimus dorsi), shoulders (deltoids), arms (triceps & biceps) and abs together with the upper body component of cross country skiing which benefits the biceps and triceps in a different way. Because of its revolutionary design allowing one to do tight turns and paddle in reverse, the user works the pectorals as well as the deltoids and trapezius. The wrists and forearm muscles are engaged with each paddle stroke. While sitting on the board, one can row while facing forward working the abs, obliques, pecs, biceps, triceps, deltoids, upper back, and lats. When an optional sliding seat is attached, it provides a lower body workout as well for the calves, quadriceps, hamstrings and glutes.
The Supski provides the benefit of three completely different workouts all in one piece of equipment. Mastering the Supski is easier than regular stand up paddle boarding as the user has two poles to hang onto for balance. The board is easier to steer as one paddles on both sides at once. Sitting and rowing while facing forward is easier to master than sculling as well. Its ability to do tight turns and go in reverse opens a new approach to the paddling and rowing worlds. The Supski can be used in the ocean, rivers, lakes, streams, rapids, ponds and pools.
"Garage" prototype unveiling
Stand up and cross country ski.
Sit down and row facing forward.
"Toughest Workout on the Water."
High speed workout
Existing boards can be retrofitted with anchors, Velcro or epoxy.
The tracks can be built into a hard board when manufactured.
Plans call for a universal clamp attachment system.
A proposed optional sliding seat will be mountable on the board.
The tracks can attach to some kayaks for alternative power.