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Last year I broke my pelvis in the terrain park. It took me two months, six screws, and a plate in my hip to recover from that. I'm still dealing with "dropfoot" (where I cannot lift my toes) but it shouldn't be a problem in my snowboard boots. When I snowboarded I always stayed regular, never going into goofy. Since last year WOULD have been my third real year in the terrain park I just never got a feel for goofy. I was wondering how I should go back into the season? Should I start out right away goofy and avoid the terrain park for a little while? Should I go half and half and take it easy in the terrain park? Or should I go for broke regular and hit the terrain park hard?

BTW, I broke my right pelvis and throughout the course of being on crutches my left leg gained a lot of strength.

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