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Originally Posted by hardasacatshead View Post
When you're on your heel edge, pretend you're taking a piss while strapped in to your board. Push your hips out so you don't get any dribbles of piss on your board. Problem solved.

I'm actually serious by the way.
When I am on heel edge? You dont mean toe edge?
Originally Posted by Mizu Kuma View Post
I'm no instructor, and by no means a good snowboarder, but I was always taught that you should keep your weight and stance centered above your board, and your knees bent!!!!!

I'm not sure what you mean by rotating hips????? As your hips should be aligned with the nose and tail of the board!!!!!

* This applies to learning to carve and hold an edge properly on hard pack groomers!!!!! Pow can be a different story!!!!!
By rotating hips I mean 2 positions. when you in sitting position your hips are behind you and 2nd position is your hips kinda pushed forward. My instructor told me that when I am transitioning to toe edge I should be rotating my hips from sitting position forward, like I am taking a piss how @hardasacatshead mentioned.
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