10 Tips for Snowboard Carving Turns

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  • Published on:  1/5/2017
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    In this video we have 10 tips that will help you improve your carving snowboard turns! A carve is when you ride your snowboards edge around a turn. Carving is an aggressive way to turn with your snowboard with speed and control. Carving is also necessary if you want to do spinning ticks in the park and for riding the half pipe. You can start learning to carve by focusing on one turn at a time. For the toe carve focusing on bending your knees toward the snow. For the heel carve pretending like you're sitting in a chair. As the individual carves improve you can start linking them together on a mellow slope. Always progress at your own pace and be safe while practicing your snowboard carving turns. Thanks for watching!
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