Everything You Need to Know About Snowboarding

Feb 9th, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Snowboarding

Snowboarding is not for those who have a faint heart. This is an extreme sport and a very risky one that needs proper training and precaution. Before attempting to engage yourself in snowboarding, do some research first. Try to assess, if this sport is really intended for you. Can you be a snowboarder who slides [...]

Book Review: The Illustrated Guide to Snowboarding

Feb 7th, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Snowboarding

Kevin Ryan’s The Illustrated Guide to Snowboarding offers one of the most useful guides to snowboarding for people from any level, whether beginners wanting to learn more about the sport and get their techniques sharpened, up to instructors and professionals seeking to further hone their skills on the slope. Reader reviews and feedback on this [...]

Snowboarding on Screen

Feb 6th, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Snowboarding

As snowboarding becomes more popular, different enthusiasts created various channels to express their love and interest in the sport. As the years went by, the roads paved by the pioneers of snowboarding opened the way to more prestigious tournaments, to a category in the Olympics, and later on even to snowboarding videos. The progression in [...]

Capture the Perfect Snowboarding Moment Using These Tips

Feb 5th, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Snowboarding

Another growing aspect of snowboarding is photography. Yes! Snowboarding pictures are part of the sport’s culture. Taking snowboard riders at their best form has created a great interest for photographers. Now if you are newly venturing into this quest, there are three things that you should consider. Extreme Weather Condition You should know how to [...]

Tips When Buying Snowboarding Pants

Feb 4th, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Snowboarding

Like any piece of al fresco sports’ wear, snowboarding pants serves one main purpose and that is to ensure your protection from injury, weather conditions, and any other external force. There is generally an accepted method to maintain your core temperature and prevent you from cooling off easily and this is known as the Three [...]

Accident-Free Skiing And Snowboarding, Anyone?

Feb 3rd, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Snowboarding

Many people have different opinions about the relationship between skiing and snowboarding. Some hardcore enthusiasts in these sports maintain that these two are distinct and different from each other. Nonetheless, skiing and snowboarding share the same platforms and manner of execution, namely snowy slopes and downward acceleration. This results to almost the same approach in [...]

Five Things You Need to Do When Buying a Snowboarding Jacket

Feb 1st, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Snowboarding

You may want to consider investing on a snowboard jacket before hitting the slopes on winter. Although it is important to have a good snowboard and other snowboard clothing accessories, spending a few more cash on your snowboard jacket will make this winter sport activity more fun and pleasurable. Remember that your jacket creates your [...]

The Time-Efficient Guide to Buying Snowboarding Gear

Jan 30th, 2009 | By webucation | Category: Snowboarding

If you’re eager to hit the slopes as soon as possible and finally learn how to snowboard like a pro but still lack the essential snowboarding gear and equipment to get started on your hobby, here’s a quick shopping list so you can purchase everything you need from the shop in the shortest time possible! [...]