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Old 01-19-2011, 01:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I tried the online snowboard lessons from Snowboard Academy. It is videos, manuals and audio all to help you learn how to snowboard and how to do the craziest tricks.
here is a link: try it out=
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Hey, sorry this maybe a dumb question and possibly the wrong place to be asking but... I signed on for the free lessons, got the emails required to register with response etc, did that and can't see a link anywhere to check out free content. Any idea?
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After checking out the site and signing up for the free lessons, I am seriously considering purchasing for only $50. How much would you say you've learned/improved from the course? Is it truly a decent replacement for actual lessons or would I be better off spending the extra cash on lessons at my local mountain?
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Hey, sorry this maybe a dumb question and possibly the wrong place to be asking but... I signed on for the free lessons, got the emails required to register with response etc, did that and can't see a link anywhere to check out free content. Any idea?
when did u sign up? because it can take a day or two for them to be sent out. the guy who runs everything is really cool. I ask him questions all the time by email and he gets back to me within an hour(sometimes less)
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After checking out the site and signing up for the free lessons, I am seriously considering purchasing for only $50. How much would you say you've learned/improved from the course? Is it truly a decent replacement for actual lessons or would I be better off spending the extra cash on lessons at my local mountain?
the difference with these lessons are they teach you the tricks and how to train for them but it also teaches you how to train yourself to do tricks. I could not do a fun box in the small terrain park but know i am throwing 360's with ease
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this would be spam because the link gives the poster click credits.

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when did u sign up? because it can take a day or two for them to be sent out. the guy who runs everything is really cool. I ask him questions all the time by email and he gets back to me within an hour(sometimes less)
just today, that's cool if they are sent out rather than just a link/dl situation. all good! thx bro
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just today, that's cool if they are sent out rather than just a link/dl situation. all good! thx bro
you should have the first one tomorrow. and then they ge sent out like every other day i think
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I tried the online snowboard lessons from Snowboard Academy. It is videos, manuals and audio all to help you learn how to snowboard and how to do the craziest tricks.
here is a link: try it out=
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What do their free videos consist of? I have already signed up & confirmed my name/email. This wait is killing me though, if you know what the free videos are please tell me hahaa. If they impress me, i'll probably pay up and see what happens.
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