Originally Posted by CERBERUS.lucid
Getting comfortable with speed is essential, its also something I'm getting adjusted to as well. I can bomb hills on the street with my longboard fine but when I'm on a blue run I tend to always play it safe (for now anyways)... but I always tell myself that you just gotta put in the miles & days (and falls) on the mountain to get better. The more I fall the more I learn how to handle the speed and physics of snowboarding, I call it earning my stripes & every scar is worth it
Best and only advice I feel confident in giving you is always push yourself, and when you eat it, think about your error (really analyze what went wrong), and try it again...
That's good advice , thanks.