Come practice WakeBoard in Portugal
Wakeboarding is a water sport that consists of performing acrobatic tricks standing on a board towed by a motorboat.
Wakeboarding is a more demanding sport than wakesurfing. Falls are painful, even with good supervision. The minimum speed being 32km/h, the water begins to be harder than for other water sports.
Frequently asked questions about wakeboarding
Wakeboarding is a very complete sport. Much like surfing, wakeboarding is a great way to tone your whole body. By balancing on the water, you use the resistance of your own body weight, working your core, biceps, and triceps, as well as your legs, glutes, and lower back muscles.
Yes, it is essential to know how to swim because the rider often falls in the water due to the fast pace of the practice.
Also, the lake we practice on has depths of over 100 meters in some places, so you have to be confident when in the water.
If you have good control and good edge transition on your wakeboard, snowboarding will be easier. The main difference is that the wake is quite heavy on the back foot and the snowboard is much more neutral.
Injuries are common when practicing wakeboarding, which is why we insist on physical preparation.
Among the most common injuries: shoulder dislocations, arm contusions, abrasions, sprains, strains and fractures, sprains, low back pain and rib fractures.
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