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04-17-2010 12:49 PM
Extremo I have the vew-do indy and to be honest with you it's pretty much useless. I'd say get a skateboard, a small grind box and a 10-12 foot rail and you'll get more benefit from it than any balance board.
04-15-2010 07:04 PM
Vew Do Progression Trainer

I should've posted this question here in the first place.

I noticed on the vew do website that they have a new balance board for snowboarding. I've seen this on a video showing the Burton Snowboard Academy. Has anyone tried this thing out?

Vew-Do Balance Boards :: Fitness Boards :: The Vew-Do Progression Trainer

1. Is that thing only for beginners? Or is it cool to use for Intermediate riders?

2. Can this thing help on butter/press balancing during the off season?

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