Advanced Snowboarding Tips : How to Cross-Under Turn on a Snowboard


KEVIN BYFORD: Hi. I’m Kevin Byford with the
Ski and Snowboard Schools of Aspen on behalf of the Expert Village. Okay, so you saw there
very easy way to make the board carve–carving the hill. Another way to make to make board
carve and get an edge is by flexing our ankles and our knees and putting the board on edge,
keeping your upper body pretty much over the board. A lot more dynamic and this is called
a cross-under turn where they’re really–the board is carving underneath your body. It’s
really good for high speed, [SOUNDS LIKE] rolling and start doing the [SOUNDS LIKE]
gates and racing or just the quick movements in the trees, etc. Okay, let’s see how it
looks.

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