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|02-13-2008 09:34 AM|
|andru1313||Thanks Snowolf. I appreciate the advice. I will give it a shot this weekend. I need to adjust my bindings a bit I think I am to duck footed right now. Might have to dial them back.|
|02-12-2008 08:41 PM|
I don't think I am being clear. I can heel stop. I also can go on my heel side. I have to over work the board it seems. I am pushing my body hard to get it.
I seem to be gun shy ever since I hurt my knee. I am putting alot of pressure on my toes it seems. I need to get more of hips and shoulders into it. I am comfortable on teh edge of the board. I want to be able to turn quicker push the board into the turns get it to react instead of waiting for the reaction. Does that make sense?
|02-12-2008 07:24 PM|
i have only been out a few times as well, and i am in the opposite boat...i have cracked my head so many times trying to stop toe side, i quit trying...
i found that i would go fakie too when stopping heel side...i figured out all you have to do is put the weight back on your front foot/toe...i though it would make me catch the front edge, but it doesnt...you just kinda slide out of the stop...
course, that could be wrong...but thats what i think about when doing it and it works for me
|02-12-2008 05:43 PM|
Originally Posted by andru1313 View Post
On another note... I really had trouble heelside for a couple days.. like stated above I found out that I was planting to hard with my back foot... which was making me go fakie... which in turn would make me indo..
|02-12-2008 03:55 PM|
|andru1313||I took a lesson my first time out.|
|02-12-2008 12:59 PM|
|xevi89||Take a lesson or two.|
|02-12-2008 09:12 AM|
Originally Posted by BoostinChick View Post
|02-12-2008 09:07 AM|
|BoostinChick||If you are ending up fakie that means you are not centering your hips. You are over compensating leaning too much on your back leg.|
|02-12-2008 08:46 AM|
Heel turns make me scurrred
Ok I am a n00b. I have been boarding 4 times now. I originally thought that it was an equipment issue but now I am not so sure. I am able to ride so so. I can do a toe turn and toe stop really well. I try and get on my heel side and either i over turn... Go goofy foot.... or fall. I can heel stop but seems the more speed i pick up the more difficult my heel side gets. I am not sure but i think my stance is part of the problem. I feel that I am pushing my feet to make the turn to much. I can seem to get my hips to make the movement or I am trying to push it to hard.
the conditions were really awful one day very icy and i caught the heel edge and it Popped me straight in the air and i landed on my knee. Had to make a trip to the hospital that day. Just a bad bruise. I am a tall 6'2 and I skied for over 10 years. I want to make sure i learn correctly. I really enjoy riding and have been going every weekend but I fear that I am not improving but getting worse. any help would be great thanks.