The Illustrated Guide To Snowboarding

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1998 - Sports & Recreation - 336 pages
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"As a PSIA examiner I have worked with Kevin on and off the snow for several years. His creativity and knowledge of what works comes through clearly in The Illustrated Guide to Snowboarding. I'd recommend it as a reference to the professional instructor, as well as a how-to for the avid snowboarder and those who wish to be." -- J. Randy Price Member of the PSIA-AASI national demonstration team "As a professional athlete and instructor, working with Kevin and reading his book helped my riding immensely. One of Kevin's principles is straightforward and perfectly applicable for snowboarding, climbing or just about any sport--your mind leads and your body follows. It works!" -- Robyn Ebersfield 4-time World Cup rock climbing champion "Never in my thirty-three years of pioneering, shaping and defining the sport of snowboarding was there ever access to material explaining the technical aspects of riding in such an easy to understand manner. . . . This 'encyclopedia' of snowboarding how-to belongs on the shelf of every ski area, snowboard park and bookstore in the snowbelt." -- Paul Graves

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Review: The Illustrated Guide To Snowboarding

User Review  - Jaclynn - Goodreads

If you snow board or are even thinking about snow board or simply interested in the sport, this book is the one to read! It has some great illustrations too. With sections devoted to the beginner ... Read full review

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User Review  - Michelle - Goodreads

good reference on snowboarding. Read full review

Contents

Philosophy Psychology
Starting Out
The Principles Of Snowboarding
Copyright

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Common terms and phrases

About the author (1998)

Kevin Ryan has been teaching people how to ride snowboards for the last ten years. He lives in Boulder, Colorado with his partner Lisa and their son Maxwell. He has set up a 3D illustration/animation studio and is currently producing a video series and eventually a CD-ROM based upon the information in this book.

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