Park Stance & Snowboard Trick Training

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  • Published on:  11/21/2017
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    The temperatures are warming up here in Whistler which will make for optimal park snowboarding and for learning new tricks. I'll show you how I change my stance over from my powder snowboard to my park snowboard. For my park stance I center my bindings so the nose and tail are the same length. I also duck out my bindings to +15 and -15. This centered ducked stance will make it much easier for switch riding. I'm also doing some trick training on the Snowboard Addiction training board. My goal for the next video is to get 10 tricks on a rail. The training board help to learn some of the movement needed for trick on your snowboard. For more trick tips check out the snowboard trick playlist! Thanks for watching!
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