These 10 skills are going to show you how to turn down your first run, get around the mountain with your snowboard on and prepare you for the chairlift. You can learn these 10 beginner snowboard skill on your first day snowboarding, but everyone learns at their own pace, so it's okay to spread these beginner skills over a few days of riding.
Why go snowboarding? There may be as many reasons for riding as there are riders. But here are a few of the most common reasons that adult snowboarders give.
Why snowboarding is awesome.
In this beginner snowboard video I've got 10 gear tips to help you on your first day of snowboarding. From my experience teaching beginners you always run into a few problem with your snowboard gear. These tips will help you to have a smooth first day or snowboarding and help you to progress faster.
Great tips on finding the best gear.
Snowboard boots should be your first acquisition when assembling a board-boots-binding setup. You want boots to fit comfortably so you can move on to bindings
How to get properly fitting boots.
In this video I'm on the most difficult chairlift in Whistler and I've got some tips for surviving the chairlift on your snowboard.
The chairlift can be intimidating the first time!
Whether you’re a beginner or an expert snowboarder, learn how to choose and size your snowboard with evo's expert snowboard size chart & buyer's guide.
Make sure to get a board that is the right size.
Snowboarding 101: Tips for Beginners Target Audience: Beginner Snowboarders Here are some tips to remember when you're out on the hill.
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10 beginner snowboard hacks to help make your first day of riding run smoother. A hack is basically an easy solution to a common problem.
In this video I've got five tips that will help you turn from your heels to your toes on your snowboard. I think that the toe turn is probably the hardest thing
In this beginner snowboard video I've got some tips for letting your board run straight down the hill.