Your Oviedo Dentist August 2017

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE

PG 1 Meet Dr. Ann Delman

PG 2 Smarten Up Your Home

Update on Our Future Home

PG 3 An Exclusive Dental Implant Event! Avocado and Cucumber Cold Soup

PG 4 The Best Water Sport You Haven’t Tried Yet

The Best Water Sport You Haven’t Tried Yet

Why You Should Get Into Stand-Up Paddleboarding Today!

surf legend Laird Hamilton was the first person to bring SUP to the continental United States. Most stand-up paddleboarders aim to battle the waves to challenge their balance and core strength, but you don’t need to live by the ocean in order to enjoy paddleboarding. Wide lakes, lazy rivers, and even fierce rapids can all be perfect places to paddleboard. Basically, if you can bring a canoe, you can SUP there, too. Many outdoor gear providers across the world rent out SUP supplies now, so you can try it out with your friends before fully investing in the sport.

It’s the end of summer, and before fall andwinter start to creep in, you can still take advantage of the warmweather and jump into theworld’s fastest-growingwater sport, stand-up paddleboarding (SUP). This sport is exactlywhat is sounds like. You stand on a paddleboard — like a surfboard but wider and more buoyant — and use a long paddle to glide across water. It sounds simple enough, but with a 200 percent boost in gear sales in the last year alone, SUP fans can tell you how much fun “simple” can be.

Stand-uppaddleboarding has ancient roots in African, Peruvian, and Hawaiian cultures. Thousands of years ago, each independently developed traditions of

Part of what makes SUP so fun is how the simple premise has been adopted into so many other activities. SUP enthusiasts created especially designed paddleboards for fishing, yoga, racing, and even touring the open ocean. So, what are you waiting for? Enjoy these last days of summer and have some fun out on the water!

traveling across the water while using a paddle and a longboard. However, it was the Hawaiians who surfed the big waves with a paddleboard, and Maui

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