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Learning to snowboard is unbeleiveable fun.... But at the same timeit can be dangerous if you do not know what you are doing. It can be tough, tiring, exhausting and somtimes painful. It hurts muscle you didnt think you ever had. There are a few things you can do to maximise the fun and minimise the pain when it comes to learning to snowboard.

As with anything, if you want to be good at snowboarding you have to put in the hard work and tough hours. Practice, practice, practice. If it is something that you really want to try, i would highly highly recommend it. Its one of the most fun and challenging things you can do. So, to take some of the hard work out of it you can view some training videos online that will give you some tips about snowboarding techniques and movements so that you have a good idea about what to do once you hit the slopes.

Not only do the online snowboarding lessons give you beginners tips, they provide more advanced tricks that you can aim to build up to - buttering, 180's, 360's, ollies, riding switch, kickers, rails, fun boxes, etc.... These online lessons start you out with exercises that build up to completing a full trick.

Choosing the correct gear as a beginner rider is very important. Many beginners go for the bare minium "Learn to Ride" snowbaord, boots and bindings. It is well worth the little extra cost in upgrading your gear for an intermediate level. This upgrade will not make it more difficult for you to learn to ride, the main reason for the upgrade is the quality in the gear. You will get much better and newer board, boots and bindings. having good equipment is vital for safety. Even though you may not have full faith in your abilities right away, you definately need to have faith in your board. And the better you get the better you will want your gear to be..... believe me!!! Im a sucker for buying new gear each time I walk into a snowboard shop.

Apres snowboard\ski..... After a tough day of falling around in cold snow and pushing unknown mucles to their limits, theres nothing more satisfying then sitting with a bunch of friends, having a few cold ones and talking about the day you just had. You will have really earned this part of the day.

Learning to snowboard is not easy, so anything that can prepare you for the first time on the slopes will help. There are a number of online tutorials and guides that will really benefit any level of rider. Whatever level of rider you are, there are online tutorials available.


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