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|12-21-2010 09:44 AM|
|Texanshredder||Thanks guys for all the help. And I watched the snow wolf productions lessons... Great job man. We appreciate your hard work of sharing your talent with us.|
|12-20-2010 10:50 PM|
|rgrwilco||Hmmmm. You cant go straight, yet hate gays. Irony.|
|12-20-2010 10:26 PM|
|baldylox||Just be who you are.|
|12-20-2010 09:32 PM|
|ebs675||Another thing that is important is to be really relaxed and loose, and try not to fight the board. If you are tense or have stiff legs it will be really difficult to ride at low edge angles(i.e. close to flat basing). Being loose and relaxed will help all other aspects of your riding as well. My riding really progressed once I learned the importance of this.|
|12-20-2010 08:48 PM|
Originally Posted by Texanshredder View Post
|12-20-2010 08:05 PM|
Problem going strait?
Hey there! I am fairly new to snow boarding, but recently got down the traversing from heel to toe on blues. There is one problem. I have a very hard time going strait down a hill or even a gradual slope with out catching an edge or something like that. Because of that I tend to slightly heel or toe it then lose speed and have to unbuckle. Any advice? I am using rental equipment they set up.