Well the time has come for me to finally get some expert training and tips. So where should one look for hiring a coach to help with training freestyle indoors, and what checklist should I have for applicants?
Drop me a PM Wisconsin rider as well.When I looked around for camps this summer, I just ran out of time to fit it in my clock, I work full time so I can't just go out and run away for a week, plus I have a trip to NY in August and life is currently a big time cluster $#@!. I will be moving to Valdez for college so maybe I'll be able to ride and train more often but it all depends on what life throws at me. I found a camp in Wistler that I liked more than the American camps and will give them a shot next year. In Wisconsin, specifcally Tyrol Basin does have coaches, but I rarely find time to get out there.
As far as Whistler camps go I'd recommend Pro-Ride.com as the top one. The rest of the camps pretty much started after them and copied what they were doing. I'd say Pro-Ride has the better + more experienced instructors too.I found a camp in Wistler that I liked more than the American camps and will give them a shot next year.
your here asking strangers advice not much different than a face to face asking someone a tip in the park line.I never reached out to other riders over the years due to my quiet-mysterious-lone-wolf exterior (I wear my mask all the time with goggles. Indoors too), not becuase I'm mean or too cool to ride with others I'm just a very shy and sensitive soul (dispite being 6'4 and 269lbs)
Move to Norway, there teaching and follow through with training etc is exceptionable...!This represents everything that is wrong with snowboarding currently. Ugh.