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Tags: Dew Tour, WinterXGames, xgames
Song from the Winter Xgames 2012 and Dew Tour?
Hey I was wondering if anyone could tell me the name of the song which is played during those commercials. It’s a rock song and has the lyrics “here we go now.” If anyone could help me out that would be really appreciated because I haven’t been able to figure it out.
Tags: 360, Enni Rukajarvi, ESPN, Financial District, Jenny Jones, Kier Dillon, Sal Masekela, slopestyle, Snowboard Slopestyle Women's, Switch Cab 720, Winter X 15, Winter X Games, Winter X Games 15, x games
Enni Rukajarvi nails a switch cab 720 on the money booter en route to a Snowboard Slopestyle Gold Medal at Winter X Games 15.
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Tags: Aspen, knuckles, snowboard, snowboard superpipe, superpipe, Winter X Games, Winter XGames, x games, xgames
Highlight reel of knuckle landings in Snowboard Slopestyle.
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Tags: Bailey, Forest Bailey, Nick Visconti, Paul, Ryan Paul, Snow, snowboard, Snowboard Street, Visconti, Winter X Games, Winter X Games 2012, Winter X Games Aspen, x games, xgames
Forest Bailey, Ryan Paul, and Nick Visconti battle it out in the Snowboard Street Final. Rookie Forest Bailey shows up and takes gold.
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Tags: shaun white, skateboarding, snowboarding tricks
How Come You Can do Better Tricks in Snowboarding than in Skateboarding? Shaun White can do a 1260 on a snowboard but not on a skateboard, how come?
Because snow and ice have less static friction than wood or cement, it allows for a higher velocity, leading to better height. Also, the fact that snowboards are waxed, and wheels arent…
Tags: Big Air, ESPN, Geometry, John Brenkus, Kotzenburg, Land, Physics, Sage Kotsenburg, Science, Ski, skiing, Snow, snowboard, snowboarding, snowboarding lowdown, Sport Science, Sports Science, Trick, Tricks, triple cork, Winter X 15, Winter X Games, Winter X Games 15, x games, xgames
John Brenkus – with the help of Sage Kotsenburg – breaks down what it takes to land the Triple Cork …
Duration : 0:3:16
Tags: DOUBLE-HANDED STIFFY, GRAIL, INDY, JAPAN, LIEN, MELON, METHOD, MUTE, NOSE GRAB, ROCKET, snowboarding lowdown, STALEFISH, SUITCASE METHOD / BACKSCRATCHER, TAIL GRAB, TAILFISH, TAIPAN, TINDY, TRUCK DRIVER
Check out this Australian Snowboarders Grab Guide.
You can learn about these GRABS:
And these 4 GRABBING CRIMES:
SUITCASE METHOD / BACKSCRATCHER
Tags: bruised tailbone, bumsavers, snowboarding bumsavers, snowboarding lowdown
Snowboard Padding For BeginnerSnowboard Padding For Beginners
By Rory Tonkin
How to enjoy learning to snowboard without the pain.
The worst part about bruising your Tailbone while snowboarding, particularly if you are learning is that it will actually stop you from enjoying yourself because every time you land on it, it gets a little more tender, and a little more painful. It stops you progressing because you lose confidence from fear of landing on your butt again.
Most people have heard a story of a friend who “couldn’t sit down for three weeks after snowboarding” because they bruised their butt or something like that. It is an extremely common story, however there is absolutely no need to endure pain while you learn. You can avoid most pain with the use of something as simple as a piece of foam you place inside your pants.
For decades now people have been putting cushions, newspapers, pillows down the back of their pants when they try snowboarding for the first time because they know it’s going to hurt. Finally the initiative has been taken and now there are now ready made products to make it simple and easy.
Apart from protecting you from the pain of a sore butt , also creates a great insulating layer against the snow so your butt stays warm. Regardless of whether you take a lesson or not you are likely to spend a lot of time sitting on your butt, so why not sit there and be warm, rather than putting up with a cold butt.
Insurance for a good time.
A good way to look at butt protection is that of “insurance for a good time”. Snowboarding isn’t cheap, and if you’re going to spend the money to learn, you want to make sure that, at the very least, you’re having a good time. Paying for tickets, rental, gear, travel etc. all adds up pretty quickly, and if you then find yourself in pain and not having a good time, well then that’s no good for anyone. A Butt protector is the product most likely to help you get maximum enjoyment from your time on the snow.
So have a go at snowboarding!… it’s the best past time in the world, but make sure you enjoy the early stages without the pain, and get yourself a Tailbone protector.
The ‘Tailsaver’ is a product created by the author, Rory Tonkin, after years of snowboard instructing and seeing the need for a simple butt protector every day. He is a business graduate of Monash University in Melbourne, Australia and has helped a number of high profile resorts around the world improve their services to beginner snowboarders.
The Tailsaver was initially designed with beginners in mind although it has proven to be incredibly popular with snowboarders of all levels. The main focus was to make the product simple, easy to use, and inexpensive. That has definitely been achieved and now people are flocking to a product that pays such attention to good old common sense.
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