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Scorer099 Name JR
Location Breckenridge, CO, US
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Gender: Male
Age: 27
Languages: English
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Years Riding: 5
Average Days/Year: 150
Skill Level: medium features
Riding Style: freestyle park
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Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry, park, groomers
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Height/Weight: 6'3, 195 lbs
Board Size: 156-159
Boot Size: 11
Clothing Size: XL
Jacket Size: XL
Pants Size: L
Thermal Size: N/A
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Region: Rockies
Location: Colorado
Resort: Breckenridge
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12/4/2013 3:49:50 PM Pretty darn good day. Overnight totals fell slightly short of expectations, but its been hammering all day and really snowing harder thru the day. Tomorrow could be a full reset with mashed pow as its base.
11/15/2013 3:39:03 PM Thus why i go splitboarding tomorrow!
11/8/2013 10:56:30 PM Those are some serious man boards. I hope you don't buy one just to find that out the expensive way.
11/8/2013 10:50:38 PM 10 days deep already. 1 day boot packing, 3 days on the splitboard, 7 at resorts (Loveland, keystone, Breck, abasin). 
10/27/2013 7:26:50 PM 2 Thrive boards. Both ridden for maybe one day total, few runs each. Practically brand new. 154 Renegade (RC) 156 Accomplice(Continuous Rocker) $200+shipping
9/21/2013 1:48:41 PM Medium. /thread
8/7/2013 8:33:46 PM I was under the impression the new system worked with existing pucks and brackets, but if it comes with everything you need than thats even better.
8/7/2013 10:05:24 AM Man i can't shtooking wait to get back out on the skin track! Got the Freebird sold last week, hopefully grabbing the new spit this week sometime along with some new skins and i'm ready to go!NOw i just have to decide if i'm going to go with a new binding set-up like the Magneto's or just run my current Sparks... just depends what kinda deal i can find and get on a new set.
8/1/2013 8:35:12 PM You don't even know what a resort looks like anymore unless you happen to drive by one on your way past it
7/31/2013 5:10:20 PM If you want to do it as cheaply as possible, buy and Epic pass for $600 and ride Vail, Beaver Creek, Breck, Keystone, and A-Basin, as much as you want. $600 for a pass is only about 5 or so days of ticket purchases. M-F is of course the best options no matter where you go ride. Rent a condo in Frisco or Frisco for more central location to all the resorts, or rent a condo in Breck if you want to go out and party. OR, say shtook Colorado and go to Jackson Hole and Taraghee. (MY choice)
6/15/2013 10:04:07 AM Can't handle the northeast? Even par 70 in second round while the rest of the field went backwards. Only a few shots off the lead going into the weekend, anybody with 10 strokes right now has a chance, especially if one player gets hot and the field stays relatively flat.
6/11/2013 10:15:46 AM Good question. First things first is you have to grove a swing path before you can learn to control the clubface. Lots of different factors can go into what is causing an individual golfers out-to-in move. One of the most common issues i see is that golfers take the club too far inside too quickly on the takeaway. When that happens the only option you have at the start of or transition is to come over the top to try and correct the swing plane. This leads to a steep out-to-in path to the ball. The quick fix would be too hit balls and practice a takeaway that would be straighter back for a farther time, being sure to use the big muscles in your shoulders and torso to start the takeaway, and not your hands which leads to puling the club inside too quickly. Practice and hit some balls where you almost feel as though you are taking the club outside on the takeaway. This could feel very awkward, but if you actually did video work you would see that you are actually not taking the club outside nearly as much as what you may feel. This is an over-exagerated feeling. So, by taking the club back straighter, or even with an outside feeling, you have very little choice but for your move at the top to drop inside and down the swing plane. Another very common problem is people rushing their transition at the top and beginning their downswing with their hands and shoulders rather than their lower body. This also leads to an early release of the club, also known as "casting". Hold that lag and release the club towards the bottom of the swing arc which will help you accelerate through impact. People need to realize that the transition and downswing starts with the lower body and works its way up the body. If your lower body clears first, your hands and arms will naturally drop to the inside. Remember an efficient golf swing is an athletic move using the big muscles in your body, not your hands and arms, but your big muscles will dictate what your hands and arms need to do. Lastly, i think the biggest issue with golfers is 3 fundamentals of golf: Grip, set-up, and alignment. Without these three key points there are too many different manipulations in the swing to allow someone to create a consistent swing.
6/10/2013 8:45:51 PM By your "just release your hands" theory they would start hitting pull/pull-hooks. Most golfers slicing issues comes from their path being outside-to-in as a result from an over-the-top move at transition at the top and an open clubface relative to the target line.
5/23/2013 7:57:44 PM So there is an issue with people slidding/skidding, and also an issue with people carving? How exactly are people supposed to ride? [/QUOTE] he's talking about the landings of ramps and jumps. It messed up the tracking for all the riders that use it many times compared to a beginner who comes a few times and messes up all the snow where everyone lands. Next time read what he writes before you make a stupid comment[/QUOTE] Good job replying to a thread that is over a year and a half old that was bumped by a spam post... I understand perfectly well what he was saying. People either sliding down the landings or carving down landings and "messing up" landings. What you failed to miss was a tongue in cheek comment on my part. Also, i've never, in 100's of days of riding and lapping parks, had skid marks or carve tracks in a landing detract from what i have going on. Now if he was talking about the takoffs getting rutted and then freezing when temps drop then i would understand your gripe more.
5/21/2013 11:28:26 AM My god that is way too much slow motion.


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