Old 03-12-04, 03:41 PM   #1
 
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How To Go Big On A Snowboard

How To Go Big On A Snowboard

You're learning how to jump, but for some reason your friends go so much farther off the same jump than you do! What's going on? Read on to find out the trick to going big on a snowboard......

http://snowboarding.about.com/cs/tip...s/ht/GoBig.htm
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Old 27-09-05, 07:07 PM   #2
 
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Since i have never done a snowboarding this link comes as handy for me.Thanks a lot Michael for the link.I hope to learn a lot from this forums !!!
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Old 27-09-05, 11:56 PM   #3
 
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key points for beginners, dont get scared about the speed, it may seem like your blazing downhill fast, but your really only going standard speed. Once you're in the air, the easy parts done, just focus hard on the landing, you dont want your nose too far forward, or you tail sticking out either. Try and find a balance between the two but with a slight lean forward to continue momentum and keep balance... mini jumps(usually on the side of a basic face) can be great testers.
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