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How To Nose & Tail Press On A Snowboard (Regular)

How To Nose & Tail Press On A Snowboard (Regular)

Pressed Body position An athletic and relaxed body position will maximize your balance while riding. Flexed knees and ankles, back straight and head up, shoulders, hips and knees aligned with the direction of your board. When riding, our weight is normally positioned directly in the centre of our feet however the key to buttering is […]

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How To Spin Frontside 180’s, 360’s, 540’s & 720’s On A Snowboard (Regular)

Landing As you land any jump absorb impact by flexing with your hips, knees and ankles. The 2 important factors to landing any spin are learning where to spot your landing and using your edges to stop rotational momentum once you connect with the snow. A frontside 180 has an open landing which never leaves […]

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Yoga For Snowboarding – How To Do Boat Pose

Yoga For Snowboarding – How To Do Boat Pose

Hi! I’m Emilien Badoux Welcome to my yoga lessons designed to improve your snowboarding. Your legs aren’t the only parts of your body absorbing shocks when you ride. Your abdominal muscles support your upper body and protect your back, which is why the Boat pose is important. Sit down with your back straight and your […]

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Snowboard Lesson On Binding Types

Snowboard Lesson On Binding Types

In This segment we visit a local snowboard shop to get feedback on various Binding styles. The most common bindings are strap ins with two straps and a ratchet system however There are other types. This is a pretty new style of binding it’s called a reverse entry or a rear entry binding K 2. […]

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How To Boardslide To Fakie On A Snowboard

How To Boardslide To Fakie On A Snowboard

In the last tutorial we did a Boardslide coming back out forwards and discovered that that trick used counter rotation. With the upper body and lower body twisted against each other to make the trick happen. There’s another way of doing a Boardslide which is to come out Fakie or to come out switch, Boardslide […]

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Do You Need A Wide Snowboard?

Do You Need A Wide Snowboard?

Hey this is Gino at Next Adventure and we’re gonna talk about wide snowboards. The difference between a wide board and a regular snowboard is only a matter of a few centimeters, but these few centimeters could be crucial depending on your boot size and depending on your riding style. The main reason most people […]

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How to Toe Turn on a Snowboard – How to Snowboard

How to Toe Turn on a Snowboard – How to Snowboard

What’s up guys? Kevin here from SnowboardProCamp.com. In this beginner snowboard video I’m going to teach you how to toe turn. When you first start snowboarding turning onto your toes can be difficult, but I’ve got three tips to help you out. First let’s break down the toe turn. Get ready for the turn by […]

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How to Backside 180 in the Park – Snowboarding Tricks Goofy

How to Backside 180 in the Park – Snowboarding Tricks Goofy

What’s up guys? Kevin here from SnowboardProCamp. In this video I’m going to teach you how to backside 180 in the terrain park. 180’s are the first spin you want to learn in the park and the first trick where you land switch. I’m going to break down each part the backside 180, show you […]

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How To – chop butternut squash, with Jamie Oliver’s mate Pete

How To – chop butternut squash, with Jamie Oliver’s mate Pete

I’m going to show you how to cut up a butternut squash. The very first thing you do before you go near the squash is make sure that underneath your chopping board is a damp piece of cloth or kitchen paper. That stops the board moving when you’re working on it. Very important. So, first […]

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