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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-24-2012, 01:32 PM Thread Starter
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How much have I forgotten?

So I've only snowboarded for one season and for a total of probably 4 days, and on the last day I was able to get on some easy black diamonds (I live near southern Wisconsin... not the steepest hills in the world xD)

Thursday will be my first day of this coming season. Got my first equipment this year too

How much easier will it be and how much will I forget? I feel like I'll be stuck on the bunny hill or something...
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Generally speaking, snowboarding is a lot like riding a bike. You may need a run or two to get it all back together, but your body will remember what you learned.
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I've found that every year I get "caught up" faster. OTOH it's hella fun regardless, so who cares?


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Great job! You will get better every time you go out. Keep it up , ride as much as you can. By the end if this season you'll be ripping it up.
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