How to Carve Goofy

September 25, 2017

 

Learn how to do caving turns on your snowboard. Carving is when you ride your snowboard edge around a turn, with your back foot following your front, leaving a clean line in the snow. Carving turns are used to keep you in control of your snowboard at high speeds, for doing quick snowboard turns and in the terrain park when you carve on the approach for a spin.  There are five snowboard skills that come together to complete a carving turn. Your stance, edging,  steering, pressure control, and adapting to terrain. Work on putting all these snowboard skills together to have a solid carving turn. If you have any question you can leave them in the comment section. If you have any problems with carving and have a video, you can post a link to the video as a comment, so I can watch your riding and give you some feedback.

 

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