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12-23-2010 10:22 AM
Leo I'm goofy on skateboard (no mongo) and regular on snowboard. I have the same problem. My ollies suck badly so I do nollies (which aren't great either ).

W/E... I don't do park so work on it slowly. Til then, I'll just keep jumping off stuff.
12-23-2010 10:08 AM
JamieSoReal thanks for all you're help guys
snowolf, and no, i don't push mongo on a skateboard
12-21-2010 11:19 AM
drunkinmonk I ride just the opposite. Goofy long board and regular snowboard. Ollie is very important for tricks so just keep on practicing.
12-21-2010 11:10 AM
JamieSoReal
Regular on a longboard, goofy on snowboard

Okay, so i've come across kind of a problem. So when i ride a longboard/skateboard i tend to be regular... cause my right foot is the stronger leg. but when it comes to snowboarding, my stance is goofy! when i tried regular, i tried toeside and i just fell flat. i can carve now, but when i try to do regular stance it feels SO uncomfortable! It makes it harder for me to do tricks, so instead of an ollie, i usually go for the nollie. will this affect how i do my tricks and stuff? Please give me tips and any advice you can to help

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