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Digital Subscriptions > Outdoor Swimmer > January 19 > SUP: YOUR ALTERNATIVE TO WINTER SWIMMING?

SUP: YOUR ALTERNATIVE TO WINTER SWIMMING?

Eugenie Verney says stand-up paddleboarding is a great way to connect with the water in winter while avoiding the shakes and shivers
Image credits: Emily Crawshaw

SUP IS ALSO A GREAT WINTER ACTIVITY — AND ONE THAT RESONATES WITH OPEN WATER SWIMMERS OF ALL AGES

Your hands should be stacked over your paddle when you’re in the water, and not held at an angle across your body
A winter’s paddle at Bray Lake in Berkshire.
Image: Susan Jones
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In our January issue we tell the strange outdoor swimming history of Mao Zedong, we test a chilly willy combobulator and ponder the female gender bias in cold water swimming, leap off a waterfall in Yorkshire while discussing ways to combat the winter blues, and take up stand-up paddleboarding. Plus, our pick of our favourite events in 2019 to help you plan your new year adventures, and our resident Olympian Cassie Patten gives her top tips for motivation to help you achieve your swim goals. And just in case it all gets too much, we look at how to avoid burnout and show you how to strengthen your shoulders and avoid rotator cuff injuries.