Ever sport has proper steps to learn skills.
Snowboarding is an action sport but it’s more just for fun.
Due to that, it’s hard to find an actual proper way to learn snowboarding.
This is the professional coaching technique.
Want to learn tricks quickly? Learn this method now!
＜Easy Ways to Check your Stance＞
For those who want make things simple, here are tips on how to stand over the board.
This position is seen from the Toe or Heel.
Check your Triangle that made by your head and feet.
So you will be in a stable balance with your head above the center of the board.
Watch any how to videos with these 5 rules!
This tutorial shows you how to manage your practicing by having a coach in mind.
Tips in this video might not telling you how to do a trick specifically, but you will be noticed that they helps you more than typical trick tips later.
So you can learn tricks faster and more reliably with these 5 rules.
Now I’ll let you in on some secrets straight from a coach’s brain
3. Minimize Your Upper Body Rotation
Since you ride sideways in snowboarding, it's only natural to think that your body is facing sideways when on the slopes right?
Ordinarily however, humans face forward, living their day to day lives.
Since facing forward is human's natural posture, most snowboarders face forward without thinking about it when on the slopes.
Since humans live their lives facing forward, it is optimal for our bones, muscles, etc. to face the front when moving.
Because of this, a posture in which the whole body faces forward makes it easy for us to maintain balance and be able to use muscle effectively.
2. Bend Your Ankles
When we talk about standing position, we know that the center of the board is where we should be.
However how do you check your position?
There are 4 ways to check your standing position.
1. Nose to Tail balance
2. Toe to Heel balance
3. Rotational balance
4. Vertical balance
1. Weight On The Back Leg
Before we start let me ask you a question, where do you think is the best place to stand over your snowboard while riding?
The center of the snowboard would be the typical answer to this question, and I would agree with this answer sometimes BUT!
Did you know that this only works best in certain terrain and snow conditions?
For example, when riding on groomed terrain with not much speed,
keeping your weight in the center of the board is certainly the best, but please watch this video carefully… are they really standing over the center of the board?
And here is tutorial for Goofy to do a Back side Blunt 270 Out on a Box!
Start learning the trick from practice on the flat ground!
＜Step 1 - Flat Ground＞
Get off your board and stand as if you’re sliding straight down the hill.
First, let’s learn rotational movement while doing this trick.
Start with a frontside 90 spin.
Land this spin with your chest facing your front leg.
Keep pulling your front elbow behind to prepare for the next spin.
Add a 270 spin in the same direction with a small pop to finish the trick.
Now let’s use this on the natural hit and park jump which is made as uphill.
This time, try to switch your mind opposite so that the lip is as the line on the gentle slope.
Also you can imagine that there is a big button on the lip.
When your back foot comes to the lip, you press the button down hard by your back foot.
So you will turn on the switch which will push you up by a spring hiding under the lip.
Remember, you press the button by back foot, not by tail.
Learn Front side Nose Slide for Goofy!
This time you will learn how to do it on the slopes.
Try practicing on gentle slopes so that you won't learn it with strong edge angle that reduce the chance to fall while sliding on the box.
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