5 Tips To Survive Flat & Narrow Runs – Beginner Snowboard Tutorial

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In this beginner snowboarding tutorial I’ve got five tips to help you survive flat and narrow runs. These are the most difficult run to do as a beginner snowboarder and are where I see the most injuries occur. These five tips will help you turn your snowboard better on these runs and also keep you from crashing. For more beginner snowboard tutorials check out the beginner snowboarding playlist. If you have any question for snowboarding on flat and narrow runs you can leave them in the comments. Thanks for watching!

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