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As we kick into winter I’ll be seeing a lot more of this. Time to dust off the snowboard and get booked on a freestyle course so you have the skills for your holidays, social media bragging and impressing your mates. Next courses are 27th Oct and 28th Oct @snozone
MK and 10th Nov @snozone
Laying some heavy synchro trenches at 2600m last Jan
This was a fun shot to get. Tested a few angles and even got my camera clipped when I got a bit too close to the box. Stoked on the final result though. 🏂 @connorgouldy
The beauty of filming directly behind a feature is there’s no cheating. Its great to shred on one of my donated rails and enjoy some down time after another wicked coaching session. Music - Room 233 @thesnowboardshop @douksnowboardsuk @romeuk
TOP TIP - Shoulder placement over the rail. If you want to lock in those back backboards or noseslides really focus towards getting your shoulders on top of the rail. As you can see foot placement in all these photos is on top of the rail but the shoulders have been left on one side of the feature on a couple which pulls the rider off the feature too early. A bit more aggressive commitment to moving over the feature at takeoff will enable a better chance to lock in the trick.
As we finished an epic powder valley we checked out the recent slides covering our exit. No time for hanging about and admiring the views as we made our way over the debris to safety. 😳🏃🏻♂️
TOP TIP - The approach into a box can be a death trap for an inexperienced rider. Train the skills required without committing to hitting a feature straight off. Aim to ride through the centre of the marked area with a flat base and even weight. Move the marked area around and increase slope steepness to fully prepare for the hitting that box you’ve been eyeing up for ages.
However many pow turns you’ve had the winter always leaves you wanting more. Looking forward to sharing some more fresh lines with @tomr1981
delivering as always with a sweet noseslide gap to noseslide 😳😎
TOP TIP - Think differently about your Frontside 180s. Why not try them off your toes? Pay attention to the approach line. Although wider for the purposes of this video its a typical line for a Backside 180 but you try a Frontside 180 instead. This really helps with keeping your balance as your shoulders stay more over your board as you rotate, where as a typical heel side takeoff is often over cooked with guys sliding out on their ass. Try not to bring your back arm around too early. You can see I’m at the takeoff point before I open up. You’re ultimate aim is a toes takeoff to toes landing. 👊 @douksnowboardsuk @thesnowboardshop
Surfing Diamonds - @jessetienne
powering through a sweet new zone to add to the hit list.
TOP TIP: It’s super tough to start learning boardslides. I recommend hands to knees on landing to help keep your weight forward and avoid slams like these 👍👊
Lamont was enjoying the pow a little too much and neglected to notice the sweet ass drop. 🦅🤪😂