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How to Snowboard in Steep Powder – How to Snowboard

How to Snowboard in Steep Powder – How to Snowboard

What’s up guys? This is Kevin from SnowboardProCamp.com Here in Whistler we got 35 centimeters of snow and I wanted to make a video to give you guys some tips on riding powder on steep terrain. Big mountain riding is my favorite thing to do my snowboard and I think these tips will really help […]

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Advanced Snowboarding Tips : How to Go Fast on a Snowboard

Advanced Snowboarding Tips : How to Go Fast on a Snowboard

KEVIN BYFORD: Hi. I’m Kevin Byford with the Ski and Snowboard Schools of Aspen on behalf of the Expert Village. So you’ve seen carving, you’ve seen riding the powder and riding the trees. The final thing we all love to do is we love to go fast. Make sure when you go fast, go fast […]

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Squash Tips: Solo Squash Practice: Volley Block

Squash Tips: Solo Squash Practice: Volley Block

Hi! In today’s video we’re going to talk about the volley block. Now, last night, I watched Adrian, Darrell, James, and Nick win the world men’s team championship and fantastic, well done guys! And one of the things that were quite evident was that when they got the opportunity they volleyed. Sure, they did a […]

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Almond Braised Chicken Thighs with Butternut Squash and Brussels Sprouts | The Chew

Almond Braised Chicken Thighs with Butternut Squash and Brussels Sprouts | The Chew
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How to Snowboard : Heelside Falling Leaf on a Snowboard

How to Snowboard : Heelside Falling Leaf on a Snowboard

Now that you’ve mastered standing up and you’ve found a balance and are confident, feel comfortable. You want to do something called a falling leaf. That’s as simple as looking down the mountain. A lot of times when you?re trying to control your snowboard all it takes is a little bit of weight and a […]

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Squash Analysis: Shabana’s game

Squash Analysis: Shabana’s game

As you may have noticed, we’re massive fans of Amr Shabana here at SquashSkills and this clip exemplifies exactly why that is. You can see him in the backhand back corner against Mohamed El Shorbagy and he hits three different types of shots from very similar positions. The first is that straight drive where he […]

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SEED STORIES | Sucrine du Berry: The Improbable Squash of France

SEED STORIES | Sucrine du Berry: The Improbable Squash of France

The Berry region, at the very center of France, is a most improbable place for such a beautiful butternut squash to have originated. Most butternut types thrive in warmer climates and more southern latitudes. And while the Berry region is a major farming area for wheat, its climate isn’t the mildest for such a squash. […]

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Flabby Arms and Bat Wings? How to Hide Them with Style!

Flabby Arms and Bat Wings? How to Hide Them with Style!

Join us today for fashion tips over 50 how do we make our arms not look flabby? and we’re back for another segment with Scarlett of Bease, Scarlett thanks for saying over! we are right at the cusp of you know starting to change our wardrobe for summer and it gets a little scary this […]

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How to Get Bats out of a Building

How to Get Bats out of a Building

Florida is home to thirteen different species of resident bats. So we have thirteen different species that live here all year long. These bats are really fascinating animals because bats are the only mammals capable of true flight. They are also very beneficial to us. Almost all the bats in Florida feed on insects and […]

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Odin Makes: Noisy Cricket with Mars 3D printer from Elegoo

Odin Makes: Noisy Cricket with Mars 3D printer from Elegoo

Hello I’m Odin and today I get to play with the Elegoo Mars 3d printer Right out of the box I was surprised that the cover is a totally separate removable piece. The insides are packed really well, and it’s always fun to unwrap something new. My experience with 3d printers is still new but […]

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