<Step 2 – Downhill>
Let's try to do a Back side board slide while on the slopes!
First, review the key points you learned from Step 1!
Please choose a gentle slope when practicing out on the snow.
This is so that you can remember the correct balance when you are not on the edge of your board.
If you were to try this on a slope with a steep angle, you would get on the edge of your board.
Trying to remember this from being on the edge of your board would cause you to get on the edge of your board while being on a box and thus you would fall.
First, start sliding with a slow speed.
Turn your board sideways before you start to speed up.
At this point, you won't jump; you'll only be turning your lower body sideways.
Once you have turned your board sideways, you'll go into the posture that you learned when you were on level ground.
After you have stopped once, repeat the same thing again.
Once you have gotten used to this, next time, turn your board sideways after incorporating vertical motion in your lower body.
You won't jump here, but you can make your body remember this jumping motion just a little.
After you have gotten used to this, next time imagine the box being in front of you and try to time it accordingly.
First, try to ride straight on the box you have imagined on the nose side of your board.
Next, try to ride coming from the side toward the box you have imagined.
After that, try to add in a small jump and turn your board to the side.
When you jump even in the slightest, balance becomes difficult.
After you have turned your board to the side, be sure to concentrate so that you don't mess up this posture.
At this point as well, once you get used to this, try to picture the box in your mind.
Since you get on the edge of your board when you gain speed, try to practice at a slow speed even on gentle slopes.
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