This is the most effective books around on how to snowboard. How I know happens because I read just about all of them. I haven’t found a fantastic book yet, but this comes close. Contrast this with how-to-ski books and you also would locate a lot more fine books on skiing. Perhaps snowboarding is fairly simple in concept yet it’s the “doing” which is hard or maybe there really has not been a fantastic author to publish any of these books? Time will state for the latter.
The skills are divided in progression and full-color photos are actually clear and nice to appear. There is a section on carving and naturally, terrain park skills. The beginning of it starts off with clothing and equipment which is very standard among such books but I never did like because I would think everyone would certainly skip towards the part regarding how to actually snowboard. Putting such info inside back or appendix will make more sense. But reading on equipment and understanding what to buy can make the trip towards the shop additional smoother and become a cross-check to determine if the salesperson knows his stuff.
In short, looking at this book therefore many others. There are actually a few things one should remember when snowboarding. Stay on the advantage. Never have a designated snowboard around the snow especially at really slow speeds. By not repeating this, that may be when the hardest situation about snowboarding happens, the dreaded slam. Avoid at any cost. Wear wrist guards and pads to shield your tail bone. A helmet wouldn’t hurt either. Once you remember and also have all these, you are prepared to have fun.