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post #61 of (permalink) Old 01-15-2013, 04:17 PM
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Originally Posted by jennifer View Post
Yes, I work out 5 days a week, then count snowboarding as day 6. My husband turned our garage into a gym for me. I do a lot of cardio as well as strength training. I have a stationary bike, eliptical, treadmill, weight bench, weights, etc.. I am a lucky girl. I have was doing everything you suggested except the squats....I added those after my first lesson. I also dusted off my mountain bike this week, working on getting in at least some light biking as soon as I get a new bike rack for the car.
Awesome! Then I think it's only a matter of time before snowboarding clicks for you. Every person has to figure it out at their own pace. I just hope you have enough fun to keep you interested until the "click" happens!

With time you can ride terrain like this, and enjoy the view like this! My GF rides this type of stuff now like it's nothing, and that's after only 3 seasons.

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