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Old 01-23-2011, 03:52 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Yeah I hate white kids, baggy clothes, and unchecked egos too.
lol shut up dude. I guess you hate good snowboarding as well.
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Old 01-23-2011, 07:35 PM   #12 (permalink)
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hehehe... I just haven't seen many black people that snowboard all that often, other than pros =P and I was being sarcastic
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hehehe... I just haven't seen many black people that snowboard all that often, other than pros =P and I was being sarcastic
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It is a totally different maneuver depending on whether you have reverse or reg camber. On my camber board it's all about using your edges, switching back and forth between edges while you spin. Being comfortable doing switch is essential to doing that since you will be turning the board while in switch.

Reverse camber its basically about keeping your weight on the tip of the board that's in front of you, while keeping the tips flat and using your hips and shoulders to rotate.
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It is a totally different maneuver depending on whether you have reverse or reg camber. On my camber board it's all about using your edges, switching back and forth between edges while you spin. Being comfortable doing switch is essential to doing that since you will be turning the board while in switch.

Reverse camber its basically about keeping your weight on the tip of the board that's in front of you, while keeping the tips flat and using your hips and shoulders to rotate.
im reverse camber and that sounds really weird. its like doing a buttercup on your nose yet not doing a nose manny. how is that possible?
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im reverse camber and that sounds really weird. its like doing a buttercup on your nose yet not doing a nose manny. how is that possible?
You just don't do it as aggressive as you would when you butter, you would try to keep your edge angle as low as possible.
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