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Old 02-10-2012, 09:16 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by designfemme View Post
Hello, beginner snowboarder here!

I heard of a phenomenon where female riders have a tendency to drive the board with their hips forward due to having wider hips and thus a different range of movement. I even catch myself swiveling and leading with my hips as I exit a toeside turn and enter a heelside turn. Is this the start of a bad habit? Should I be pushing my lead knee out even more instead?

(Since I am a beginner, I cannot detect a difference in performance between the two yet.)

Thanks in advance!
Originally Posted by Quantity View Post
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position for female rider
Uh huh. didn't see that coming. Some thread titles you just have to wonder if the OP is trolling just a little bit.

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