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Learning To Snowboard

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Learning To Snowboard

Learning To Snowboard

Learning to snowboard can either be a frustrating experience, or quite an enjoyable one. One of the biggest things to keep in mind while learning to snowboard, is to not be afraid of new things and NOT to worry about what other people think. Everyone on the slopes had to learn and feel goofy at first, too, so just be patient with yourself and have fun!

Here is a list of things to bring on your first snowboarding adventure (and all of those following!) Many of these items will be available at the ski lodge, but chances are they are priced much higher than you would like to pay!

  • sunscreen
  • chapstick
  • goggles or shades
  • bottled water
  • plenty of cash!
  • Winter clothes that say WATERPROOF BREATHABLE FABRIC (make sure to have a snow coat and pants, gloves and something to cover your ears!)

You will find that learning to snowboard is a thousand times easier if you take lessons from a professional instructor. It will greatly simplify the process if you have someone to explain everything and let you know when you do something the wrong way. Take the route of less pain and quicker knowledge!

One thing that you will be asked when putting on your snowboard, is whether you are regular or goofy-footed. This is a simple thing to find out. What foot do you step with first, when someone pushes you from behind, or when you slide along the kitchen floor in your socks? If it is your right foot, you are goofy-footed. The left foot is just regular.

Take it one step at a time! It will be more difficult if you are tense and are wanting to look like a pro from the beginning. Learning to snowboard is a process, so enjoy each step and take one turn at time, so as to build your confidence. Before you know it, the art of learning to snowboard will click, and you will feel it in your legs!

Remember to keep your knees bent and stay solid!

 

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