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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-08-2011, 07:19 PM Thread Starter
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Continuing my progression.,


I've been snowboarding 4 times, once with an instructor, other times with friends. I am really comfortable with linking turns on every run of my local hill (only like 285ft) and I can do everything at the beginner park which has a flat box (50 50), rainbow box(50 50), small jump (180, indy grab) and quarter pipe(BS alley oop, fs 180)) I'm a skilled skateboarder, so I really want to focus on freestyle. how can I keep improving? what can I focus on to become a better rider? I'm learning to carve switch too, but switch toeside is killing me.....
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Just keep riding. Get as many days under your belt as possible. You will see the biggest improvements that way.
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