BBB 013 – Why You Can’t Be A Pro Snowboarder

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Welcome to episode 13 of ‘Boards, Beer & BS’ the Snomie.com snowboard podcast.

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What is this ‘Boards, Beer & BS’ about?

In this episode of ‘The Snomie.com Snowboard Podcast’, I talk about what separates pro snowboarders from the average park rat.

Topics and links from episode 13:

  • Love for snowboarding vs. love for being a pro athlete
  • The drive to be the best
  • Obsession with self improvement
  • Ridiculous self belief
  • An almost insane love for the sport

Hosts:

  • Jedidiah Tan – Snowboard instructor, founder of Snomie.com

BBB 012 – How Snowboarding Makes You A Better Person

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BBB 011 – The Snowboard Spin ‘Cheat Sheet’ Every Pro Uses

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How To Ollie On A Snowboard – Getting More Height

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This week we're looking at how to ollie on a snowboard, in particular we'll be looking at how to separate the two main parts of an ollie to get more height and air time: The important tips to remember: 1) Your tail is the spring (don't just … [Continue reading]

Buttering & Frontside 180 / 360 – The Key To Smooth Snowboard Tricks

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This week we're looking at buttering and frontside 180s / 360s, in particular we'll be looking at what makes a a good snowboarder able to execute smooth snowboard tricks: The important tips to remember: 1) Less is more Style and smoothness … [Continue reading]