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06-30-2014 07:46 PM
Jed
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Originally Posted by SnowOwl View Post
is this gonna be even better than your written out article? That one alone got me throwing frontside 3's my first try
Hah thanks, that's the feedback I like to hear

The mini video lessons I'm posting here are kind of like case studies on common mistakes people make with their freestyle tricks and how to fix them. So it's not an actual full trick tip breakdown (that's what my free/paid trick tip programs at Free Snowboard Freestyle Lessons & Trick Tips are for), but rather they help people see where they might be going wrong with their own execution.
06-30-2014 12:24 PM
SnowOwl is this gonna be even better than your written out article? That one alone got me throwing frontside 3's my first try
06-21-2014 10:56 AM
Jed
How To 360 On A Snowboard - Fixing carving mistakes for more spin power

Hey everyone, got a new free video lesson for you guys as part of my freestyle video feedback series.

Here it is:



Enjoy

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