Fear of the Park?
In this modern era of Snowboarding it is difficult to avoid Freestyle. It dominates every advert, magazine and video. Don’t misinterpret this and think of it only at its highest level. Freestyle IS snowboarding and IS achievable for all levels and ages of riders.
It’s about expressing yourself through your riding, finding your own style. If we only ever made turns where would our inspiration to continue to ride come from? Nollie backside 180, switch up to pole tap, slash the bank then cloudburst the slow sign to finish.
Tried and tested skills development program – learn the blueprint to every trick, the tactics to approach it right and the psychology needed to achieve it. Once the foundations are in place and your desire is there then the park will become a playground, not a battlefield.
Park Development Programs
These programs are designed for more experienced freestylers to competitive riders. Specific to your goals, these coaching programs hit you from a different angle than before. Technical focus will concentrate on the micro-movements and skills needed for complete control of your board and body. Understand and create a better core. Learn to structure training sessions dependent on the skills you are working on. Realize the right and wrong times to push yourself to beyond your previous limits. Hammering the same trick over and over might not always be the best approach – build the skills required by identifying the weaker components that need more practice, isolating, then developing in a less direct manner.
These programs emphasis the need to take more control of your own development, to be able to self learn and develop your skills without always needing a coach, peer,video or picture to deliver instant feedback.Learn to develop intrinsically.