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525polaris10 Name jon
Location washington twp, NJ, US
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"i shred the gnar" 
General  
Gender: Male
Age: 27
Languages: English
Experience  
Years Riding: 15
Average Days/Year: 30
Skill Level: big features
Riding Style: freestyle park
Area of Expertise: freestyle
Preferred Terrain: park
Sizing Info  
Height/Weight: 5'11, 135 lbs
Board Size: 151
Boot Size: 9
Clothing Size: L
Jacket Size: M
Pants Size: M
Thermal Size: M
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Region: East Coast
Location: Vermont
Resort: Killington
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2/13/2013 10:05:51 AM I could be wrong but I think that went to the park star. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
2/13/2013 9:13:22 AM here is a couple at my house, the rest are on loaner/rental or in the garage. burton love=retired, stepchild jibstick=retired, burton hate v rocker=still in the circuit, capita ultrafear fk=smaller park board, ride profile=retired, burton chopper=retired
2/13/2013 8:23:21 AM i +1 the sierra crew reverse. my buddy won one of those from here and absolutely loves it. if you are not %100 on that board i would look for something with a mellow rocker. if your are hitting all mountain moreso than park i would go for something that is on the stiffer side. if you dont want to buy another deck soon its better to spend the money. like bubsy said dont pay full retail but look for a deal. also if you are a beginner i would recommend a twin board with the stance centered. this will give you equal ability to ride goofy or regular until you can find out what you are more comfortable with. after you ride it for about 3 or so years and you find yourself bombing hills one way then would be time to spend some money on a directional ripper!
2/13/2013 8:14:21 AM there is too much to look through but this is definetly the best video i have seen for waxing a board. this guy is a pro. just like the video says no annoying kid or music. this guy is top notch. please take this down if it is already posted. thanks, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xxa_GHMHQrY
2/13/2013 8:09:16 AM just went up for the storm from friday to sat. the mountain was awesome. i was surprised i was able to get into the trees. there was some low coverage in some spots but enough to get in there. the stash was in full effect. dropped the pillow in the tree runs to a washed out landing. i thought i was first to hit it unless someone went under it and pushed the whole landing out trying to heel stop down the chute. dream maker is in full effect as well. the rail garden is pretty gnarly and the jumpline was pumping. im surprised i was able to hit em with the pow. going back up this weekend cause i got the itch. see you there!
2/12/2013 2:01:59 PM Hey all. Anyone here familiar with the trip to wheelerville rd from killington. I know its a $15000 search and rescue team that is sent out to look for you if you don't make it. It's not something to just go and try. Was wondering if we have any other locals familiar with the trip Thanks
2/12/2013 1:42:08 PM How can I post a pic from an iPhone. It's tellin me the file is too big. Any help would be great. Thanks in advance
2/12/2013 1:28:35 PM Buy a freebord. As long as you have some hills. A freebord is exactly like snowboarding except on pavement. Just the falls hurt a little more
2/12/2013 1:11:29 PM Yo gunda pickle. I woundnt pay anyone for a park lesson. Find the kids that are better than you in the park and ride with them whether they know ur there or not. A lesson can only teach you what the instructor wants you to learn. Following the park rats will show you what they are doing and make it an endless lesson. Confidence is key and watching someone do something when they make it look easy helps to make you believe you can do it.
2/12/2013 1:00:50 PM I've found it's best to start a newcomer off on a rockered board. I've just taught a couple buddies and my girlfriend over the past years. I feel one of the main things to learn is weight distribution. Learning to ride on your back leg and when wanting to come to a stop transferring your weight to your front foot and positioning your shoulders down hill. I've had good luck with teaching that as first priority. Once that is comfortable I have my student or whatever u want to call them do the exact same thing on the toe side. After a whole day of practicing the weigh distribution I see the most progression coming when the student is feeling like they are on their own. Kinda hiding in the background. You can only tell someone heels and toes so much before you have to let them catch the edge and take the fall. People need time to register what they did wrong and I feel its best to let the person fall and ask you what happened.

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