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    Posted: Dec/20/2010 at 7:09pm
Does any one have good advice and tips for getting off the lift? I'm so sick of embarrassing myself every time I try to get off..
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/20/2010 at 7:16pm
Keep your weight of your body towards the front of your board on your front leg. Get a stomp pad if you absolutely need one.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/20/2010 at 7:16pm
If the run out is good, and no one is in the way, don't try and stop right away. Keep your speed up, stay relaxed and go perfectly straight until you stop and you will be all good. 

Of course this method wont work all the time. Depends the on the lift. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/20/2010 at 7:20pm
keep your rear foot pressed back against your rear binding. if you know you need to turn to toe side or heel side, try and hang your foot off the edge of your deck a bit to that side and you can drag the snow to help get your turn so you don't just run off straight with no way to stop other than falling. and like 60strackstar said above, get a stomp pad if you feel you need one to help with your rear foot's traction on your top deck. I don't think there's any "shame" in having one, but some people don't like having them. Me, I've always used one and probably always will.

of course, if you just get off the chair and fall straight down every time, that's a different story
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/20/2010 at 8:21pm
If you are riding with multiple people which is typical let everyone else get off first...you then have more room in case you start losing hour balance.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/20/2010 at 8:23pm
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/20/2010 at 8:25pm
When I was new I'd wait for everyone else to get off the lift, then I'd step off the lift while holding the chair with one arm. Once I'm situated on my board, I let the chair push me, let go and ride straight. Sometimes lean on my heel/toe depending on which way I need to turn.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/20/2010 at 9:44pm
grab the guy next to you and hang on for dear life
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/20/2010 at 9:59pm
Originally posted by will_mcc1

grab the guy next to you and hang on for dear life
So tempted to do this many times when i tried first time.  Just relax keep your balance. Slide to the same side as you were on the lift (if your on the left seat go left once you hop off, If you sat right go right Etc). That way you don't get in anyones way, less crashes and more confidence. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/20/2010 at 10:10pm
I just get ready and sit near the edge of the chair and let the chair push me forward.  It's much easier to get off the lift on a camber than a rocker board though due to the shape of the board.  You can either press your loose foot against the unstrapped binding and lean back on the board to brake or you can drag your loose foot into the snow.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 2:37am
Don't panic is the main thing, keep balanced and just control the glide and don't try to do anything more until you are comfortable. I used to have problems when i started but figured it out within first 2 days.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 2:46am
Is dragging your heel the only way to manually slow down?
 
usually when I try and skid the board, I end up losing balance and falling. I'm always fine if I slow down due to a slight incline, but if people are in the way and I don't have enough room to turn, I do the skid turn, flail the arms, and fall :).
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 2:50am
Stand up straight and you can also push the chair a little bit to go forward after you get off.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 3:31am
Originally posted by will_mcc1

grab the guy next to you and hang on for dear life


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 3:31am
^^ ha ha ha thats hilarious! Thanks everyone :) i'll def try those tips next time i go!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 3:39am
If it is a four or six person lift, sit at the ends of the lift so no one can cut you off or get in the way.  This allows you more room to stop since you have the whole side to yourself.  Hold on to lift as long as u can to control your speed.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 3:45am
depending which way you ride you also want to consider which side of the lift to sit on
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 3:46am
Depending on whether I'm turning left or right off the lift I hang my boot over the board and drag my toe or heel... 
 
Also get a stomp pad.  I'm going on my second season with my new board without one and it kinds blows without it really.
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 3:47am
don't half ass it, when you get ready to stand up, stand all the way straight up and keep your weight balanced. and like someone's already said, keep that back foot tucked up against your binding.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 3:59am

Zanetkax0: Here's the best technique to getting off the chair. dmchale hit on most of the points already.

It's a good idea to practice sliding in a straight line with one foot at the bottom of the run a few times before you jump on the lift. Also, as dmchale, the thing that messes people up the most is trying to turn or stop too quickly after getting off the chair. Let your board slide on the snow, this gives you more time to get your balance. I'll explain the exact movements in point form:

1- point your board straight down the ramp and look ahead to where you want to go.
2- as your board touches the snow, keep your back hand on the chair and place your back foot between your bindings, as mentioned, on a stomp pad or press the outside of your back foot against your back binding to give you a solid hold.
3- once your back foot is in place, stand up while keeping your eyes focused on where you want to go
4- push off the chair with your back hand gently
5- keep your weight equal on both feet, and stay in an athletic stance (keep your knees bent, this will help you keep your balance)
5- let the board slide as much as you need
6- to stop, as mentioned previously, you can stick your toe a little past your toe edge to dig your boot in the snow and create more friction to stop the board. You can do the same with your heel (this is usually a little harder)
7- when you are dragging your toe/heel, the most important thing you need to do is still keep your eyes where you want to go, don't look at your feet, this will throw your balance off. Also, most people that fall do so because their legs aren't bent enough. When they press the toe in the snow, they lose their balance and wipe out. If you keep your knees bent enough, you should be able to adjust your balance enough to stay on your feet.
 
Do these things and eventually you will never fall off the chair again, unless someone drags you down with them! Good luck dude!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 4:18am
i usually hold on to / push off the chair depending on whether or not I want to go in front of or behind.  this gives me room and also allows me to avoid noobs who crash into me.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 4:23am
when in doubt just go straight. if you are able to peal off right or left do so. don't grab anyone else. take ur time and use the chair, like someone else said you can somewhat "pushoff" the chair
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 4:40am
Originally posted by Backflipmasterdana

Zanetkax0: Here's the best technique to getting off the chair. dmchale hit on most of the points already.

It's a good idea to practice sliding in a straight line with one foot at the bottom of the run a few times before you jump on the lift. Also, as dmchale, the thing that messes people up the most is trying to turn or stop too quickly after getting off the chair. Let your board slide on the snow, this gives you more time to get your balance. I'll explain the exact movements in point form:

1- point your board straight down the ramp and look ahead to where you want to go.
2- as your board touches the snow, keep your back hand on the chair and place your back foot between your bindings, as mentioned, on a stomp pad or press the outside of your back foot against your back binding to give you a solid hold.
3- once your back foot is in place, stand up while keeping your eyes focused on where you want to go
4- push off the chair with your back hand gently
5- keep your weight equal on both feet, and stay in an athletic stance (keep your knees bent, this will help you keep your balance)
5- let the board slide as much as you need
6- to stop, as mentioned previously, you can stick your toe a little past your toe edge to dig your boot in the snow and create more friction to stop the board. You can do the same with your heel (this is usually a little harder)
7- when you are dragging your toe/heel, the most important thing you need to do is still keep your eyes where you want to go, don't look at your feet, this will throw your balance off. Also, most people that fall do so because their legs aren't bent enough. When they press the toe in the snow, they lose their balance and wipe out. If you keep your knees bent enough, you should be able to adjust your balance enough to stay on your feet.
 
Do these things and eventually you will never fall off the chair again, unless someone drags you down with them! Good luck dude!
I'll have to try my toe next time...thanks!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 4:58am
anyone got any tips for gettin of the lift with a reverse camber board?? i got one and took it out a couple of times and i would kinda do a 180 then glide... i have since gotten a stomp pad for it and i am hopin that helps... any lil tricks of the trade!?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 5:01am
Originally posted by jason.huenefeld

anyone got any tips for gettin of the lift with a reverse camber board?? i got one and took it out a couple of times and i would kinda do a 180 then glide... i have since gotten a stomp pad for it and i am hopin that helps... any lil tricks of the trade!?

You get off the lift the same way you do on any other board.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 5:03am
I pretty much did the same thing i did with my normal camber board and it all went well...sorry op...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 5:10am
Use your stomp pad with your side of your bind to really get control of your board 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 5:10am
Originally posted by SafetyLouis

I pretty much did the same thing i did with my normal camber board and it all went well...sorry op...

V rocker or not, do as backflip said above, keeping your head up and looking ahead instead of at your feet and it will stop this behaviour.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 5:12am
It definitely helps to sit near the edge of the lift, you have more room to work with when you get off. Also it helps to position your back foot either on your stomp pad or right next to your binding for support. Don't get fancy and you will be fine.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 5:21am
There are some great tips already posted and I will work on getting a How to Video down this winter.

The Key to getting off the lift is less is more. By standing up and having the back (free) foot pressed against the back binding you can just go for a slide. Do not try to turn unless you must turn. Be a statue and stay still. Allow gravity to hold you down onto the board.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 5:29am
This is what i told my kids when they first started out:  For the most part, all the relevant basics have been covered, however, there are mitigating factors such as steepness of grade and, noobs blocking a clean path. Often, a straight slide out is not possible.  To control a turn, try this.  Do not lock your back foot against your back binding.   Keep your weight on your FRONT foot and try to keep your back leg "lively".  If you need to slow down and turn heelside, place your boot toward the heel edge, likewise for toe edge.  If you feel like you are "washing out" (easy/likely on a rockered board)  move your boot the opposite edge.  When you have a clear line, CENTER your foot, pick a landing spot, heelslide to a sitting stop (either on a bench or on the piste)  Practice.  Happy Trails
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 5:32am
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 5:41am
1. dont think your gone fall.
2. lean forward place your back foot next to the back binding.
3. push off the chair lift a little.
4. turn heel or toe to stop after getting off the lift.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 5:57am
Get a stop pad, the DAKINE cross ones with the giant spikes work very well, it feels like you are strapped in. Other than that it's all in your head.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 6:10am
Good advice guys, Ill have to send this to my gf, hehe
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 6:15am
just push the other guy make him fall and save yourself lol
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 6:40am
O WOW! THANKSS!! :) THIS BETTER HELP, OTHERWISE I'M JUST DOOMED TO NEVER LEARN
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 6:42am
you will learn and i still fall sometimes and we its normal everyone falls lol
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 6:43am
yeah having a stomp pad is a great thing to have and i think its a must especially if your struggling
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 6:44am
I do have a stomp pad. I got the butterfly one from this site, sadly even that didnt help me much this sunday lol & i did make other people fall
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 6:48am
i have a stomp pad to but what i do is i hold the lift with one hand so that it pushes me and i try to go straight. where is your stomp pad because mine is next to my bindings so i can kind of control the board more
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 6:53am
one thing to consider with the stomp pad. I'm all for them, but try to get a low profile one. when you eventually have to get your board stone grinded the stomp pad might cause an uneven grind.

def. commit to your front foot when you get off. I always emphasize pushing off the chair and waiting for everyone to go first. good luck. and keep your head down when you fall. you dont want to get whacked by the lift.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 7:00am
Haha I learned my lesson with keeping my head down, I got hit once ! Very painful! The stomp pad is next to the back binding? I'm going snowboarding this Sunday, I'll let you guys know how it went :)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 7:32am
I always stay on the edge of the seat. Keep my board angled straight, push off, keep my back foot infront of my back binding and just ride it out like a skateboard.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 8:23am
I'd say don't panic first of all.  I see a lot of people doing that for no reason.  Just stay calm, push off the back of the chair, do NOT lean back, keep a nice athletic position and just ride it out straight.
 
Also, if you do end up falling, pls extricate yourself as quickly as possible... everyone hates that crap where people flounder around looking stupid at the exit ramp, screwing up everyone else.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 8:27am
just go. dont kick your board out though....my gf kept doing that and i ended up stepping on her board as i was getting ready to go to my stomp pad....so we both fell....you'll feel more mentally challenged if that happens....and please do get up immediately.....bcuz we hate waiting...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 8:30am
it's better to fall on your butt than to drop your back foot on the ground when moving. If you drop your back foot you can injure yourself (pulled groin) Confused
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 8:36am
I get this question a lot from the noobs at my resort, when already on the lift (they go straight from the bunny hill to the intermediate lift Dead

I tell them to nudge toward the edge of the chair, then push their back foot against the front of their back binding and just ride off normally, going as straight as possible...very high success rate. 

a lotta noobs tend to try to turn while getting off and wash out.  Panic doesn't help either...just relax and go straight...you'll get it

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/21/2010 at 8:44am
Getting off the lift gets the same advice as any other riding.
- Get your weight on your front foot
- Keep your self low
- Stay balanced.

Get your board down early, stand up as soon as you're on the flat portion, and balance yourself while holding onto the chair.  Stay straight until you clear the unloading zone, especially if you're in a middle seat.

A good stomp pad is nice, I prefer metal studs.  But pressing your food tight against the back binding works just as well.

Everyone wipes out occasionally when they're learning.  Eventually you just get the hang of it.
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