Snowboarding Skills: The Back to Basics Essentials for All Levels

Snowboarding Skills: The Back to Basics Essentials for All Levels

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By (author) Cindy Kleh

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  • Publisher: FIREFLY BOOKS LTD
  • Format: Paperback | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 190mm x 242mm x 14mm | 422g
  • Publication date: 2 January 2008
  • Publication City/Country: Ontario
  • ISBN 10: 1552976262
  • ISBN 13: 9781552976265
  • Edition statement: Reprint.
  • Illustrations note: colour photographs
  • Sales rank: 355,934

Product description

This best-selling guide is ideal for those starting out as well as the more experienced boarders looking to fix a persistent problem or just improve their skills. Along with dozens of color photographs, Snowboarding Skills features: Pro tips from the world's top boarders Action photo sequences with explanatory diagrams Directional arrows showing exactly how and where to turn "Don't" and "do" photo comparisons Troubleshooting sidebars Lessons to improve skills Explanations on understanding snow and weather conditions Safety tips and equipment maintenance Hill etiquette, avoiding injury, and more. From the basics of standing up and stopping to the challenges of pivoting and jumping, Snowboarding Skills covers everything a boarder needs to know.

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Author information

Cindy Kleh is an avid snowboarder who has written for various outdoor magazines. She began competing at the national level in 1999 and has won medals in boardercross, giant slalom and slalom for women. A certified Level 1 AAS1 snowboard instructor, she lives in Colorado.

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Cindy Kleh's Snowboarding Skills covers everything needed to participate in this exciting winter sport....This is a good reference beginners and an in-depth look into the sport for anyone considering taking up snowboarding.--Art Lander Jr."Lexington Herald-Leader" (02/17/2008)