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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-22-2011, 10:16 PM
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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-23-2011, 01:51 AM
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I'm working up to snowboarding for the first time in about 15 months, after a pretty nasty fracture of my femur. Hitting one of the indoor slopes in the UK on Friday - still not sure how my leg/hip is going to handle it.

Most of my prep work at the moment is based around general strengthening of the leg and hip - but I suppose that's useful in general for snowboarding. Cardio and stretching too. When it comes to training I just take a day off if I feel tired...

First real trip of the season for me will be January, so hoping to be in good condition by then.

Afterbang Snowboard Blog: keeping the snowboard stoke all year 'round.

You might find these useful: Learn to Snowboard Guide and A Guide to Snowboard Tricks
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- Skateboard/longboard all summer
- Bike to work when it doesn't rain (only about a 15 minute ride)
- Slackline
- Indoor rock climbing
- Various gym workouts, lunges, squats, weight training for upper body. I have my core routine, but I also just google around and try new stuff every few days.
- A little bit of mountain biking, only a few hours every other week

Once the snow falls though, I pretty much just snowboard
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If I'm doing ok on a snowboard - I'll be getting some sessions in on the skateboard too. Sucky weather so I'll have to find an indoor park.

Afterbang Snowboard Blog: keeping the snowboard stoke all year 'round.

You might find these useful: Learn to Snowboard Guide and A Guide to Snowboard Tricks
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