Why You Should Snowboard

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7/9/11 1. Snowboarding is Easy to Learn The first thing you need to know is how to “skate”. Skating is when one foot is strapped to your snowboard and the other is used to push you along in the snow. This is also use when getting on and off the lifts. The second thing you need to know is how to balance your weight. Heel-side is easiest in my opinion because it is easiest to transfer you weight backward. If you fall in when using this type of side-slipping you will most likely fall on your butt.
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7/9/11 2. Snowboarding is Fun
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Unformatted text preview: Snowboarding provides amazing adrenaline rushes There are many different riding styles to chose from Freeride- Most people Freestyle- Tricks Freecarve- Speed Junkies Splitboarding- Board that converts into skis 7/9/11 3. Enjoy the Beautiful Scenery while Snowboarding 7/9/11 Fun Facts about Snowboarding In 1983 less than 10% of U.S. ski areas allowed Snowboarding. By 1997 few resorts excluded it. The number of snowboarder has increased by 77% making it the fastest growing winter sport in the U.S. Snowboarding is predicted to overtake Skiing by 2015!...
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