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When needing a little pick-me-up after a hard morning snowboarding, it’s easy to reach for a soda. However, these sugary drinks could be the culprit making you feel sluggish and slowing down your performance after lunch.
There are many different weather and snow conditions that will affect and change how you have to ride. It is important to develop knowledge around why and when different conditions take place. You can learn how to continually adapt your riding style to suit the conditions and still get enjoyment no matter what the environment is.
It’s all down to personal preference when it comes to snowboarding with headphones. Most love it, some hate it, others think it is downright dangerous.
When you face the elements snowboarding, it is essential to layer correctly so you can stay warm, dry and comfortable all day. Nothing will make you miserable faster than getting damp and chilled to the bone.
Are you ready to evolve your snowboarding by floating and diving deep into your mind? Floating in a sensory deprivation tank is the key to unlocking your potential on snow and in life. A session allows you to weightlessly float and detach from everyday sensory overload to find stillness.