Snowboarder's Start-Up: A Beginner’s Guide to Snowboarding

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Tracks Publishing, Oct 1, 1998 - Sports & Recreation - 144 pages
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Here is the essential beginner’s guide to the fastest growing sport in the country according to the National Sporting Goods Association. The most important questions—how to stop, how to turn, and how to avoid the crash and burn syndrome—are answered because the author takes the reader along as he learns the sport himself. Basic gear, preparation, technique, and safety are also discussed.
 

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Contents

Carving
Interview with an Instructors Instructor
Safety
19631993
Glossary
Resources
Bibliography
About the Author StartUp Sports

On the Flats
On a Small Hill
Lifts
Down the Mountain
Turns
About CoAuthor Jim Waide
Ordering More StartUp Sports Books
Back Cover Material
Index
Copyright

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Doug Werner is the author of nine books in the Start-Up Sports series. He lives in San Diego, California.

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