Join Date: Apr 2009
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riding 4 yrs doesnt mean anything, and it certainly doesnt mean u have to learn to ride switch within that time frame.
If u want to learn switch then i would suggest doing so on a softer board since its more forgiving. You can even learn on a stiff board, but the learning curve will be steeper and filled with eating crap.
As mentioned above, you dont want move up your bindings on a directional board just to ride switch because this will will interfere with your regular riding.
Duck stance may also help in riding switch, but one thing u have to remember, is to do whatever ur doing riding regular and transfer that over when riding switch. Key Thing is to not back seat, meaning make sure to shift your weight forward and not have all your weight on your back foot, doing this will affect your control of the board.
Without me, my board is useless. Without my board, I am useless
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