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  Quote mcoats26 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: Your best tip
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What would be your very best tip for someone just starting out?
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i only have one tip
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  Quote koji3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/28/2011 at 12:42am
Use the search function at the top of this forum. Will be the reply you'll get from a lot of people here. Haha. But seriously.

Starting on snowboarding? Get boots fitted and don't look down while riding. 
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  Quote Shaz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/28/2011 at 12:54am
Get some private lessons and you will be off to a great start. Then you can get some really good boots and after that decide what board you want. TruSnow have some great boards and boots. You could even check out Doug's video clips.
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get lessons and don't let yourself get frustrated.. i repeat. do not get frustrated!
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+1 on all the tips so far, get lessons. It is tough at first, especially trying to learn on your own. You will improve with lessons at al lot quicker pace and become less frustrated with catching edges all day.
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Say no to drugs MMMMKAY.
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  Quote yummyblobs Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/01/2011 at 2:05pm
Take your time with learning but try to keep at it so you don't forget what you learned from.
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  Quote fiend138 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/01/2011 at 2:07pm
Look where you want to go. What a godsend that was!
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  Quote getupk3v Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/02/2011 at 4:27am
always use protection for your head. oh and you should wear a helmet when snowboarding too!
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  Quote keljai Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/02/2011 at 4:58am
l would say, learn how to break and stop first before anything else
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  Quote DazedDozer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/06/2011 at 1:52pm
I agree with fiend138. Looking in the direction you want to go will help with the hardest part of first learning to snowboard.

"Sometimes, snowboarding can be as easy as looking up."
   
    - Some girl on youtube.

Don't look down! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uI3dPyYVQY4

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  Quote SLUSHIE Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/06/2011 at 1:56pm
Don't die.
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  Quote Jaybez Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/13/2011 at 6:00pm
Learn how to fall! i.e. if falling forward: tuck your arms into your chest, fall to your knees and then to your chest. if falling back: bend knees, fall to your butt like you are sitting, and keep your head tucked forward(chin to chest). that will keep your head from hitting the ground to hard.
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  Quote javabean Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/13/2011 at 7:13pm
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Learn how to fall! i.e. if falling forward: tuck your arms into your chest, fall to your knees and then to your chest. if falling back: bend knees, fall to your butt like you are sitting, and keep your head tucked forward(chin to chest). that will keep your head from hitting the ground to hard.
 
Solid advice. I tell my friends that's one of the most important things to learn.
 
Also, buy a helmet.
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My best tip was $90... so if you are a beginner i would say tip your instructor at least that much Big smile
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  Quote poohcrackers Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/13/2011 at 7:30pm
Best tip for just starting out: don't throw in the towel after the 1st or 2nd times on the mountain.  You're going to fall a lot so don't expect not to.  You'll be so sore after the first few times from falling so much but you gotta get back up and hang in there!  You'll be glad you did.
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  Quote bordmoar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/13/2011 at 7:50pm
Originally posted by SkooJoo

My best tip was $90... so if you are a beginner i would say tip your instructor at least that much


I wish i got tipped that much >:O a friend of mine got like $140 for a 1 hour lesson :?

get a lesson, or just try to teach your self heelside first and dont catch your toe edge and die

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  Quote nautika96 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/13/2011 at 8:01pm
get boots that fit, wear impact shorts, and learn how to fall.
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  Quote C02 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/13/2011 at 8:18pm
Get totally wasted and go off huge kickers...lol I would recommend learning how to stop first.
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  Quote hawkeyepnx Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/13/2011 at 8:42pm
Originally posted by C02

Get totally wasted and go off huge kickers...lol I would recommend learning how to stop first.
yeah, i wouldnt get totally wasted my first few times. I got really sloppy and had a few sad sad accidents and some funny stories that my friends get to tell about me for the rest of my days :)
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  Quote JackoBob Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/13/2011 at 9:09pm
Ride with people better then yourself.
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  Quote timpiper Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/13/2011 at 10:32pm
watch some snowboard videos to see the mechanics of riding and then try to emulate those mechanics when you get your first feel of the snow.
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  Quote sdip12 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/14/2011 at 3:30am
i just started landing grabs off of some big jumps like 10 to 15 footers does anyone have any tips on how to land some back and front side 360s?
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  Quote andrethegiant Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/14/2011 at 3:36am
look over your shouldier and dont force the spin.
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  Quote bmorse Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/14/2011 at 6:10am
As a lot of people have already said, get lessons, ride with people who are better than you, get good gear, and ride where you are capable of riding and handling the terrain.  Don't get in over your head and get hurt by riding terrain well above your skill level.  Last, but certainly not least, HAVE FUN!Wink
 
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  Quote Commissar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/14/2011 at 6:17am
The faster you go the easier it will be! Of course there are limits, but on a bunny slope you should be good. If you try to go down the mountain very slowly, you will not learn and you will catch a lot of edges.
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  Quote chramiji Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/14/2011 at 6:25am
Bend your kness, what? you are saying you are? Well.. no you aren't. What? you are? let me see... Okay you are not. Stop arguing with me. Okay fine, do you feel like your ass will touch the snow? No? there you have it, you did not bend your knees.

This is what I tell all beginners. and please stay with your board, don't let it go ahead of you. another words, dont lean back and let the board lead you. you will fall hard.

You think that person is good? do you know him/her? yes? well ask them if they can snow down and lead you down a green so you can watch, learn and copy. just do monkey see monkey do. if they dont look like they are bending their knees.. well they are. if your quads are burning from bending your knees, well. when its off season, you better pick up some work out routine such as squatting, deadlifts, quad extension, hamstring curls and calve raises.

skip the bunny and go down the green. stay with your board and bend your knees. You will do fine.
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  Quote Piranha Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/14/2011 at 6:26am
Originally posted by fiend138

Look where you want to go. What a godsend that was!
that's a good one...iow, have your lines planned out before you ride them

I'd say the most important is concentrate on using your edges...toe and heelside, equally.  Someone told me that before I started and, with that knowledge, I was able to begin and go from greens to easy blues in one day -  took me first to last chair and I landed on my ass a lot, but it did happen...I skipped the bunny hill, entirely.

knowing how to fall is also extremely important...but should already have be learned from skateboarding, before you start snowboarding
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Don't get in my way haha.. No.. Tie your boots tite
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i agree with krisshono tighten those boots!!!! and put on your favorite sons and turn it way up. im a beginner and listening to music helped alot, i guess i kind a just lose myself and do what feels natural instead of thinking.
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Go with people that push you to get better.
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A season pass is always worth it
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i regret not wearing a "butt guard" when i learned to snowboard. but i had my friend teach me and she said a picked it up quick, so you just gotta keep at it.
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Make sure you have a proper Snowboard outfit, never underestimate the ability of weather to change.

Know the Snowboard Basics like strapping in, standing up. etc.

Have a Snowboard exercises before you start.


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Think about what you're doing right/wrong and build on that.
The 'GINGERS HAVE SOULS' kid is crazy..
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Dont over think things, just do it. People get hurt when they think too much
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Originally posted by jstgermain

Go with people that push you to get better.

This right here. That goes for snowboarding skateboarding, maybe everything in life.

I have a lot more fun snowboarding with people who are way better than me. In the end of the day, I learn so much more. 
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Having all the right gear helps a ton (at least it did for me when I first started).

Don't get frustrated, because like everything else, it's a lot of trial and error. Don't be afraid to push yourself and remember that overall, you're out there to enjoy yourself. :)
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Get a lesson, a helmet, fitted for your boots and have fun.
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Look both ways before you cross the street! :-)
 
Make sure you have correctly sized & fitted gear. From your boots (most important piece of gear to be sized correctly!) to the proper length & width board. Proper fitting & size of your gear can make a huge difference when first learning. Also don't be afraid of a little bit of speed. With 'some' speed you gain control, not enough speed makes it tough to control the board.
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learn how to stop before u start riding with ppl better than you
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Watch all the videos in this thread:


there are a lot of good tips in these vids
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Bend your knees. Great advice I remembered when starting up "you stand tall, you fall"
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Eventually try to get your own gear. Because if you don't have to learn the tendency of new boards or bindings. But first, keep at it. When you fall, don't brace yourself, it is easy to break your wrists like that. Also invest in a HELMET. Another thing is try to get over your fear of carving. It will prevent you from progressing. Good luck, try to log as much as time on the mountain as you can.
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Wear DWR jacket and pants, my cloth pants were frozen my 1st time.
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