Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Houston, TX, but grew up in Colorado Springs, CO
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In my opinion, everyone I know who has used rear-entry bindings has a hard time getting in and out of them unless they have the straps way loose and then they end up having to adjust them anyway. I can almost always strap in as fast or faster than the people around me with rear-entry bindings.
Instead, you should learn to balance well enough to stap in without having to sit down, that'll save you a few extra seconds and it will save you some strength too since you won't have to push up every time.
Don't just live life on the edge, jump off it!