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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-29-2011, 02:31 PM
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Their new 360 vid is even better!
they did add some more technical points to the new video, I still watch both

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Get it. Their vids are technical and easy to understand.
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Yes very worth it imo very nice videos that will help elevate your game
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Damn. I'm really interested in this now.
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Ive been really impressed with all of their videos. Broke my leg this summer and I've been watching every I can get my hands on. Haven't put any of it into practice yet but as someone who always stuck to cruising I'm now eager to hit the park and try out everything I have learned conceptually. It's also nice that I can bing them to the hill on my phone.

The teaching is first rate and everything Is explained in great detail. I'm totally self taught and their videos helped me to make sense out of a lot of things that I just tend to do without thinking....like the idea of counter rotation for instance.
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hmm... I am leaning more towards getting it after hearing from everyone..

I may wait a couple months and see how things are progressing on my own since this is my first full season of snowboarding so I have a lot of things I can work on and progress before I really NEED what's going on in the vids. We'll see I guess....
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Yeah, definitely go for it. You can get them for both Natural & Goofy stance. I have the vids on my ipod touch which is great for being able to have a quick look anytime.

IIRC, if you start signing up then quit before you finish, they email you out a discount coupon of around 25%. - sshhhhh!

damanb - IMO Probably good to get them now, so you don't have to change any bad habits you may pick up along the way.
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hmm... I am leaning more towards getting it after hearing from everyone..

I may wait a couple months and see how things are progressing on my own since this is my first full season of snowboarding so I have a lot of things I can work on and progress before I really NEED what's going on in the vids. We'll see I guess....
I definitely think Snowboard Addiction's videos are worth it despite the fact that there are hundreds of free instructional videos on Youtube.
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I know I'm a bit late in the game in this thread, but I just want to say that the video has helped me a LOT.

On Sunday, I did my very first nollie-into-tail press and held it for about 4-5 seconds. It was the most amazing feeling. Over the weeks, I've watched the videos over and over, and started with presses, which the explanations made it very easy to learn.

And this was just from watching the beginner and their free Intro-to-Buttering videos.
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