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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-01-2009, 04:08 PM
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Try this with friends play a game of snow.

This helps when your trying to conquer that move that has those technical abilities that you haven't quite accomplished yet. Play a game of SNOW with your friends, just like skate. You can even extend it to Snowboard or YouCan'tRide, cause if you get all those you got some work to do. Want to make it better...Add some brews and be off to shredding.

Tip: Save your best tricks for last, trick your opponent with those strong moves and steezy gnar kills.
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This helps when your trying to conquer that move that has those technical abilities that you haven't quite accomplished yet. Play a game of SNOW with your friends, just like skate. You can even extend it to Snowboard or YouCan'tRide, cause if you get all those you got some work to do. Want to make it better...Add some brews and be off to shredding.

Tip: Save your best tricks for last, trick your opponent with those strong moves and steezy gnar kills.
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I've tried this but it just isn't the same as skate.
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sounds like a good idea to learn new moves
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its alright if its 1 on 1, any more and its wayyyyy too slow

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IMO, tag on the slopes is wayyy more fun.
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ya i understand how it could be really slow if it was with more than one person, since you have to unstrap and walk back up or talk a lift, and thanks for giving me the idea of tag that would be crazy lol you would probably wreck yourself tho.
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ya i understand how it could be really slow if it was with more than one person, since you have to unstrap and walk back up or talk a lift, and thanks for giving me the idea of tag that would be crazy lol you would probably wreck yourself tho.
Dude, sometimes half the fun of it is wrecking yourself/them. It depends on what kind of slope you're on, though. If we do it on the bunny hill/greens, our "tags" are more like pushes, usually pushing off the other person to get a little bit more speed. On the faster slopes, the tags are just taps since you don't want to wreck you're buddy when you're flying down the slope.
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