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What is the best way to begin moving up in snowboarding?

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I live in the south and we never get snow. How can I get good a snowboarding and secure at Burton sponsorship?
I will be snowboarding only once or twice a year and I need to make the most of that time. What can I do to improve my skills without actually snowboarding?

wakeboarding is the closest you’ll get to snowboarding, so do that if possible. skateboarding will help too. work on air awareness and grabs on a trampoline. strap in and hop to it. to get sponsored, first get good, then get video footage and photos and take them to local shops and try to get shop sponsored. take it from there.

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Written by Snowboard And Ski Guy

June 25th, 2010 at 2:58 am

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  1. grow a beard everyone likes that. charge people to pet your beard. then eat a kitten. mmm rosted kitten.
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    irule

    25 Jun 10 at 11:22 am

  2. to move up in snowboarding you need to use either the chair lift or the t-bar, then you can move down
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    white61water

    25 Jun 10 at 11:35 am

  3. Just practice and make connections.
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    thepangelinanpost

    25 Jun 10 at 12:01 pm

  4. Very carefully of course. NO seriously, see the photos on this site.
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    http://www.abc-of-snowboarding.com/learninghow.asp

    elwood99us

    25 Jun 10 at 12:08 pm

  5. wakeboarding is the closest you’ll get to snowboarding, so do that if possible. skateboarding will help too. work on air awareness and grabs on a trampoline. strap in and hop to it. to get sponsored, first get good, then get video footage and photos and take them to local shops and try to get shop sponsored. take it from there.
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    genius

    25 Jun 10 at 12:28 pm

  6. Try taking small jumps, and then when that’s to easy hit the bigger ones, then move on to maybe twisting or tricking out your jump a little. (If you want to really up your skills go riding for maybe a week with a 4 day pass. In those four days you will learn sooo much.)
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    Allan C

    25 Jun 10 at 1:15 pm

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