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post #91 of 124 (permalink) Old 12-22-2010, 08:54 PM
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Hey, does the Snowboard Addiction subscription include access to new PDF's and podcasts? For example, the buttering and powder are relatively new. Is there a manual and podcast set for those?
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Speaking of padding, does anyone know if wrist guards actually work?
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After buying their freestyle video set and watching over and over I went to the mountain for six day trip. B4 this trip i was doing rotated FS 180 and sloppy counter rotated BS180 ,FS tail rolls.. After six days on the snow, with just 2 (yes two) falls which hurts a little bit..I have on lock counter rotated fs 180, rotated and counter rotated FS and BS 180 , bs blunt 270 out , nose rolls , cab 180 (rotated , counter rotated) ,switch BS 180 (just counter rotated) FS 360 (doing it last day all day long on side hits without problem..) and some buttering combos like bs 1 to ss tail press cab 1 out , fs 1 to ss tail press cab 1 out. My overall riding also improved a lot after realizing a lot of things about riding and snowboarding physic which I learned from that vids.
So id like to thank SA crew for making such a great videos, I learned from them a lot. Made so much progression in few days like I didnt make for maybe 2 years?..

This vids are perfect for anybody who want progress without falls and as quickly as possible, highly recommend for everyone from beginners to experienced shreders.
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I'd prefer to keep questions on this forum focused on the subject at matter: these dvds. If you have a question about them then please ask, if you have a question about me then please don't.
LOL! First time on an internet forum?
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So id like to thank SA crew for making such a great videos, I learned from them a lot. Made so much progression in few days like I didnt make for maybe 2 years?..


And the longlasting afterglow of the best. trip. ever.


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SA just released a riding pipe video. it's really great.
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LOL! First time on an internet forum?
Not even close, but like I said, besides the fact that these videos helped me out a ton and I love them, there really isn't a reason to bring me up...
Again glad you all are having similar experiences
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Speaking of padding, does anyone know if wrist guards actually work?
And yes! They do! so much haha.

At the risk of sounding like a dork I will just go ahead and tell you that I wear butt and thigh pads, knee guards, elbow and wrist guards, and spinal protection every time i'm trying something new. (oh yeh and a helmet)
At first I felt like such a dork wearing all that crap but it's really saved me. Especially trying to throw much bigger moves with corks.
Long story short I'd recommend wrist guards as well as everything else I just mentioned
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Not even close, but like I said, besides the fact that these videos helped me out a ton and I love them, there really isn't a reason to bring me up...
Again glad you all are having similar experiences
I meant, "Good luck telling people on an open forum what to say and what not to say." It's completely out of your control.
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