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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-25-2013, 06:43 PM Thread Starter
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balance board?

Well my last surgery is in 2 weeks and then its pt the doc told me a balance board would be a good idea. I was wondering if they make a roller to use with your snowboard, Since im missing the season already it be nice to at least just strap in.

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I have used the roller and cushion from my Indoboard with snowboards before. Both are useful.
Advantage of the roller is is that you can simulate the shifting of weight from one foot to the other, ollie, etc.
With the cushion you get board tilt all the way. Also, the contact area with the board is a lot larger, so there is less board bend and less of a chance of breaking/cracking the deck.
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