Video: Snowboarding 101: How To "S" In A Day (2/5) Beginner Tutorial - J-Turns

✭✭✭✭✭ If you like this video, please support my coaching with Thrive: http://www.thrivesnowboards.com/?samr=4953822921 Part 2: "J"-Turns & Getting Off The Ski Lift Target Audience: Beginner Snowboarders In this video, I'll teach you how to develop your board control with one foot strapped in. Then you will learn to use "J"-turns to help you get off the ski lift and stop safely. Location: Blue Mountain, Collingwood, Ontario, Canada Shot with: GoPro HD Hero + Dynatran AT-1015 Monopod Gear: Snowboard: 2013 DC Mega Bindings: 2013 Burton Malavita Restricted Boots: 2012 Nike Zoom Force 1 Pants: Burton AK 2L Stagger Jacket: Under Armour (UA MTN) Berzerker Gloves: Drop Gore-Tex Pipe Goggles: Oakley Crowbar Helmet: Sandbox Brain Bucket PLEASE SUBSCRIBE & FOLLOW ME ON: Instagram | Snapchat | Tumblr | Twitter @fjsarmiento PLEASE ALSO SUBSCRIBE TO MY NEW CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/fj5snow http://www.fjsarmiento.com http://www.facebook.com/fjsarmientophotography Part 1: Getting Familiar With Your Snowboard http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77zw97nk6GI&list=PLYutNdsfEO1KouB47yyOZQrx0-dMEdXSY Part 2: "J"-Turns & Getting Off The Ski Lift http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8MvTi8hJdE&list=PLYutNdsfEO1KouB47yyOZQrx0-dMEdXSY Part 3: Braking & Leafing Heelside http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXzDWDo3i-k&list=PLYutNdsfEO1KouB47yyOZQrx0-dMEdXSY Part 4: Braking & Leafing Toeside http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_s2WFIsJ4ng&list=PLYutNdsfEO1KouB47yyOZQrx0-dMEdXSY Part 5: "C"-Turns & Linking To "S"-Turns http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2_Ax3gAX_0&list=PLYutNdsfEO1KouB47yyOZQrx0-dMEdXSY

Snowboarding 101: How To "S" In A Day (2/5) Beginner Tutorial - J-Turns

0 views
Keyboard shortcuts

0 Clips  

  1/5  
This Video Needs Clips :)
Clips help you highlight, analyze, and share the most important parts of a video.

Before making clips of this video, click the button below to create a Clippeo of it.

Snowboarding 101: How To "S" In A Day (2/5) Beginner Tutorial - J-Turns