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.
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Judging from my experience until now, it is a fact that many athletes I have coached show improvement at the beginning of the season.
One reason is probably because motivation is high at the beginning of the season.
However, upon reflecting on the tendencies of former students, I have learned a lot and therefore, I think there are other reasons.
Thus, the hypothesis that I've come to accept is "visualization."
Snowboarding is a sport, so naturally you use muscles when riding.
And it’s clear that muscle characteristics affect your performance.
Human muscles are actually divided into 2 types.
Here, I’ll simply explain the difference between the two types.
What kind of people are you normally with every day?
Do you naturally think that there are lots of people all around you who think in the same ways you do and share your opinions?
I assume that you haven’t really met anyone who doesn’t agree with your opinions or who downright disagrees with your opinions.
People tend to be around others who understand them, who understand their feelings, who resemble them closely, and who match their levels.
The best phrase to represent this is “Birds of a feather flock together.”
According to quantum mechanics, in order for people to gather together with others of the same wavelength everything in this world exists while sending out wavelengths of micro-fine energy.
Everything that exists in this world has waves.
It’s said that these waves have four properties.
While I am a coach, this subject is about denying coaching, but it isn’t like that.
I’ve had many student riders from beginners to national level riders.
All of them differed with how fast they comprehended things and how fast they learned skills, and it wasn’t related to their skill level.
Since there were students who would ask me the same things over and over no matter how many times I’d taught it to them, there were also students who applied various things after being taught once and were able to practice on their own.
I don't know how many snowboarders will trust this, but here are some words that might change your thoughts.
"We are the average of the five people we spend the most time with." - Jim Rohn
Those five people might be from your family, friends, or co-workers.
“The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.”
This proverb obviously proves what Jim Rohn said, doesn’t it?
I’m going to answer some of the question you guys asked on my blog!
This time, how effective off season training is.
I’ve heard that skateboarding and the trampoline are good as off season practice but, which one do you think is better? I’d really like to know!
It’s a good question.
These two activities are well known for improving your snowboarding skills during the off season.
But why do these 2 in particular help you improve?
Knowing the reason will surely help you further improve.
For this topic “Learning Snowboarding Effectively” we will be talking about knowing your “type.”
Every person has both strong and weak points when it comes to learning.
The key point is how you use your brain’s functions.
Your brain consists of both the Right Brain and the Left Brain, but it is generally divided into many parts similar to what’s mentioned below.
For example, if there are people whose strong points are exercise, those whose strong points are “picture painting”, and those whose strong points are writing, then there are also people whose strong points are through analyzing.
When you study something, the traits of the right and left brain show themselves.