If you live in a country in which you don’t have summer the whole year long, kitesurfing might get difficult during wintertime – at least if you want to go on the water. But who cares – as long as there’s snow! Snowkiting is a proper alternative for those who want to pursue their passion in ice and snow too.
Kiting is a sport that makes a lot of demands on your body and mind. Whilst you are on the water, you should be concentrated, and your movements need a high level of coordination, especially if you train new tricks. No question that it makes sense to be physically fit, to train your muscles for kitesurfing – on the one hand to have more power for certain moves, on the other hand to reduce the risk for injuries.
But what about the mental part? Yoga might be the key to prepare both body and mind for awesome kitesessions! Learn more interesting facts about this ancient but popular method with its amazing impacts on your kitesurf performance as well as on your overall life.
Hi @ all,
time for another “5 questions, 5 answers” interview! Lately I asked Julia Castro, Teamrider for North Kiteboarding about how kiteboarding changed her life and how she starts practicing new tricks … but enough, I don’t want to tell you everything before. I just tell you: It’s definitely worth reading it, cause the half spanish/half danish prorider answered very detailed and personally! I could learn a lot from what she was telling me and I’m looking forward already to getting the opportunity to ask her for tips again.