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post #19 of (permalink) Old 11-20-2012, 12:57 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks for all the advises.

How do I initiate the turns: I lean forward (weight into the front feet) and move my toes/feet up/down or/and my knee left/roght to initiate – somtimes, the turn is already done by that point. But sometimes, yes, I use my backfoot to steer around. Then I realize, I shouldnt have done that and I try to make it better the next time.

When I am doing "smaller" faster turns, I am kinda jumping up and down (going into the knees) and just pushing out left/right

What are my shoulders doing at the same time… havent really thought about it. I'll try to look into it.

Please dont laugh now…

So, since it is cleared that my board is a directional board and has a natural setback. Would it be ok, if I use the "front" holes for both my bindings? That way I would have the most "twin" experience, right?
And since the holes are made by the boardmakers, I shouldnt "loose" any of the pop or flex?

@slyder: Thanks for the info.

Edit: You can tell, I am not a natural speaker… sorry for the inconvinience…
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