I cant get up heelside. I have to flip over to front side to get up as well. I think for me part of it is that I still have some weight to lose, I dont yet have the strength to get my weight over the board and get myself up. Is there a reason why I should not be getting up front side and working on getting up heelside? Just curious.
psh, I've been riding for a few years now and I still flip to get up toeside but can ride anything Michigan has to offer (Mt Bohemia cliffs excluded). Thankfully I strap in standing up.
It's about flexibility I think...that and I'm country big.
'12 NS Legacy 163
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