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How to 360 Snowboard

One of the less complicated, coolest tricks that you can do on a snowboard is a 360. This trick will see you rotating 360 degrees in the air as the name suggests and can be performed off of ramps, in halfpipes, and even on the flat.

You will need to make sure that you are pretty comfortable with your turns and that you are confident with ramps or halfpipes depending on where you are attempting your 360. Lets start learning how to perform a 360.

STEP 1: Before performing your 360 you will need to make sure you have enough speed to perform a full rotation of your body on your chosen obstacle.

STEP 2: Prepare yourself and steady your body on your snowboard as you approach the takeoff. At this point you will need to couter rotate your body to help with the roatation. It will also help to bend your knees and compress at this point.

STEP 3: As you leave the lip of the obstacle, you will need to perform an ollie on your snowboard and extend your knees. At this point you will need to begin rotating in your chosen direction. To make the rotation of your 360 on a snowboard easier, turn your head as you rotate to spot your landing.

STEP 4: Keep rotating until your body and your snowboard complete a full rotation and then hold yourself in this position focused on your landing.

STEP 5: As you land remeber to compress your knees and try to land with an even pressure over both feet. Now ride away happily knowing that you now know how to 360 a snowboard.

More information about different snowboard tricks, snowboard resort reviews, snowboard product reviews and learn how to snowboard at Snowboard Respect

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