What do you want to do this summer?
If the answer included lake or pond or ocean or pool time, we have some stuff for you.
Time on the water is exciting and entertaining for the whole family. Many of us are just itching to get started on the summer season, with hours spent by the waterside in some way or another. There are a lot of ways to do this: hanging out at the local pool, booking a site at a state park, or going to the beach for a day or a week.
But let's talk about learning some skills on the water. Let's talk about balance.
What To Do In the Water
If your kids or others in your family get tired of the same type of Marco Polo exercise or dog-paddling around, you can get our innovative float pads and practice your serenity and sense of poise and balance standing above the water.
There is a skill to this, and there's a confidence and sense of joy that you get from doing it well.
It's like the old “Karate Kid” movies with Mr. Miyagi – balance, he said, was ultimately important. Now, Mr. Miyagi is sadly gone, but they actually have a new television series breaking out those same principles of karate and traditional martial arts that are really interesting. You can enjoy shows like that on your down time at home, but if you’re like a lot of us, you also want to get out there and enjoy the summer on the water. And when you learn to balance on a float pad, it’s a great feeling, a feeling of accomplishment, and a sense of graceful motion that can really be valuable. Always play safely!
Out there on the water, you can use cool floating gear to get more out of your day. Another interesting thing to look at is our water pong kits. You don't need to use alcohol to have fun with these. You can put nonalcoholic drinks in your water pong kits and play without getting seriously soused.
To get a better idea of what we have, we suggest you check out the gallery on the site. You can see first-hand our families playing around and having fun with high-quality water accessories. This can give you some idea of what you want to do this summer. Don’t settle for just sitting around in the shade – get on the water and take advantage of a beautiful summer!