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Old     (brycejb328)      Join Date: Aug 2009       12-15-2013, 7:56 AM Reply   
I have been snowboarding for 10+ years. My skills in snowboarding have remained the same for 9 of those 10 years.

I was staying on some easy hills with my gf so I decided I would make it challenging by trying to take every time down riding switch. I started getting a feel for it, but the same issue kept coming up. When I would edge toeside, I would have a hard time transitioning back to my heel side and would sometimes get "stuck" in a hard toeside carve and just end up riding it out to a stop.

Any tips or trick to avoid this? I thought a slight binding adjustment might help until I get a better feel for it.

 
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