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02-07-2011 04:58 PM
SHREDDER97 I agree. There is definitely a proper technique that can easily be mixed up . On the other hand, i wouldn't be trying to get that technique down 100% . As u progress as a rider u will put your own twist on things. Watch out though because some mountains will hire total idiots who don't no anything. Thats just from my experience
02-07-2011 04:57 PM
illmaticnyc
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I dont no how you would feel about being taught by a 13 year old but by all means im down with it. No need to pay for anything. Shoot me a pm if you are interested
sent. thanks.
02-07-2011 04:51 PM
baldylox The problem with getting a lesson from a non-pro is they may teach you things that are wrong and set you back in the long run. Granted, this could happen with a profession as well, but it is far less likely.
02-07-2011 04:45 PM
SHREDDER97 I dont no how you would feel about being taught by a 13 year old but by all means im down with it. No need to pay for anything. Shoot me a pm if you are interested
02-07-2011 04:39 PM
illmaticnyc yep considered those options but wanted to see first if anyone on this board were interested in doing a day trip for free and getting boarding with meals out of it!
02-07-2011 04:37 PM
Rufus
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Sounds like you should get a lesson then from the mountain. Go with a Pro
+1 on a lesson from the mountain, even just an hour or two of private instruction could be very beneficial.
02-07-2011 03:44 PM
gjsnowboarder Sounds like you should get a lesson then from the mountain. Go with a Pro
02-07-2011 03:28 PM
illmaticnyc i usually board only with guys or girls better than i but some just cant teach. would rather board with someone who can explain better. like a teacher!
02-07-2011 03:25 PM
LvdT Go riding with some guys better than you, or just have a chat with some boarders at the mountain? They absolutely will be willing to help you out!
02-07-2011 03:20 PM
illmaticnyc i feel like i cant get any better until im formally instructed and guided. nothing isnt really wrong with it per say. i just want to get better and in order to reach that next level i feel as if i need someone to help me with that.
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