Flying kites – this in itself seems like a good way to pass the time. What if you could propel yourself with one? While you are at it, let’s make it more interesting by propelling yourself over water. Impossible? Quite the opposite. What if you discovered that the power is not just enough to propel you over water but you have enough pull left over for some jumps? Now we are not talking about baby thumper jumps, we are seeing major heights of over 10 feet above water! Try this on a skate board. Welcome to the sport of kiteboarding. Now you would ask who in their right mind would actually want to spend time to learn kiteboarding? It takes more than a day of training to learn the skill and acquire knowledge that would be helpful to engage in the sport. Also, it is more than just a “Let’s GO!” kind of adventure. Fun is such an overused word to describe an adventure. Now more and more people are catching up to the new replacement term for fun and that word is kiteboarding. You have your reasons for not wanting to try this sport; well here are the reasons why you should learn kiteboarding. 1. It’s an activity that is meant to bring out one thing in you: Enjoyment, that starts from beginning to end. Be enlightened at the necessary elements needed to make a kite boarding activity successful. Be amazed at how wind and water work together under your control to give you an absolute high. 2. No experience required. You don’t need to have a background in boarding sports to be able to go kiteboarding. Though admittedly, previous board sport experience can help you learn kiteboarding faster than the usual. Moderate health is required for this sport and if you do not know how to swim, no worries, a PDF can be worn during your kiteboarding adventure. 3. Kiteboarding is adrenaline for both the heart and for the brain. Kiteboarding is a physical sport that combines wind and water to provide speed and astonishing power. Beyond this, the things that you will learn would also stimulate your brain, as interesting need to know facts are imparted during kiteboarding training. 4. Kiteboarding lessons allow you to determine if you are ready to purchase your own gear. Kiteboarding gear can cost as much as $2000. Kiteboarding lessons also teach you the proper gear to buy in parallel to your skill set. 5. Get discounts on your own gear. Most kiteboarding schools also sell the equipment, when you book lessons with them and finally decide to pursue the sport and get your own gear, these schools will give you markdowns because you signed up with them.