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Old 01-21-2013, 10:11 AM   #4 (permalink)
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As Linville suggested, make sure you are in fact riding in a centered stance and while you are at it, see if you have developed the bad habit of riding in a countered stance; that is twisted to face forward. This can put a lot of straing on the front leg.

As for board/binding setup a couple of things to try:

Increase your forward lean a notch or two, or back it off a notch or two if you have it cranked down. Have you rotated your highbacks to be more parallely with your heel edge? This can sometimes make a difference.
thanks for the time. Right now I don't have any forward lean set. But I did cant the binding high backs so there more parallel with the board. so when you say countered stance Im actually trying to point my body forward as appose to just turning my neck? Thanks again.
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