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How To Overcome Fear And Self-Doubt In Snowboarding
Fear and self-doubt are an intrinsic part of snowboarding. Everyone experiences those primal feelings when they're riding, no matter how skilled they are. Your ability to master and rationalise fear will dictate how much you enjoy snowboarding and how quickly you are able to improve on the slopes.
8 Reasons Why Walking In The Off-Season Is Essential After Snowboarding
After a long winter and over 100 days on a snowboard, there's nothing better than stretching the legs on a gorgeous hike. The benefits of walking are truly wonderful for your body.
Try Natural Painkillers When Sore From Snowboarding
Over a season or winter holiday, you will pick up some knocks and no doubt finish the day with an achy body. Snowboarding is a contact sport after all. You no longer need to reach for a bottle of pills or prescribed pharmaceuticals if you are in pain. Nature has a wealth of natural painkillers to take advantage of that can be simply added to your diet.
The Meanings Of Slope Signs | #SnowboardEducation
Have lots of fun and get to the bottom in one piece! That's the aim of the game in snowboarding, so It’s important to understand the circles, squares and diamonds you see on trail maps and slope signs at the top of runs. The different shapes and colours rate the level of difficulty of the run to let you know what's coming and help you make safe decisions on the slopes.
How To Conquer The Chairlift With Confidence And Without Falling
The goal in snowboarding isn't getting to the bottom. It's about having as much fun as possible on the way down. To have that fun on the way down we need to get to the top and the chairlift is how we do that.