|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|03-04-2011 01:55 PM|
If that's how you want to ride then rock on and enjoy it but do try giving out technique advice here.
|03-04-2011 01:46 PM|
|03-04-2011 12:37 PM|
Originally Posted by Snowolf View Post
|03-03-2011 08:15 PM|
|03-03-2011 07:08 PM|
|rasmasyean||That's pretty interesting. You must be putting a lot of weight on your front foot. It almost sounds like you're doing a nose-press (front wheelie) during your turns. Because if you are "hopping" a little, I'm sure you would realize that's what you're doing.|
|03-03-2011 07:02 PM|
|03-03-2011 06:58 PM|
|rasmasyean||hmmm....do you have a reverse cambe board by any chance?|
|03-03-2011 06:52 PM|
|03-03-2011 06:48 PM|
Originally Posted by KonVex View Post
"Ruddering" (or snow slashing) is actually a pretty advanced technique and it's not that easy so I do as a beginner. You will know you are "ruddering" if you use your arms counter-roate the board in the opposite direction, more used in steeps and moguls and trees by some ppl. It enables fast edge switching without dwelling too much in the "in between turns state". Othen it's used to stop or deflect your board before you run into something too. Some ppl will even air the tail a little or something like a "hop turn".
|03-03-2011 06:12 PM|
Turn Trasitioning with back foot "ruddering"
Hello as you can see I am new to this forum. When i snowboard(goofy)i use my back foot to act like a rudder then use appropriate edge pressure to pull me around the turn. i have been boarding about 10 times this whole season and i want to know if this is the proper technique. Some people say to use your hips to pull your self around to turn i find that physically impossible and end up ruddering.