LEARN TO RIDE Snowboard
Posted by Helge Zirkl
| October 1st, 2010
Step-by-step Trick Tips
“Learning new tricks has never been that easy. Even if you’re right in your local park and want to improve your riding straight away, you just have to grab your iPhone and “Learn to Ride” offers everything you need from a revealing trick-tutorial.” – Thomas Feurstein
Trick Tips on the GO: LEARN TO RIDE Snowboard app provides you with everything you need to get started, right on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch device. The app is laid out to help beginners and intermediates (and pros), so don’t worry about feeling like a newbe because you’ll be receiving instruction from experienced snowboarders. You’ll have plenty of time to practise what you’ve learned from the experts before hitting the slopes.
Learn all the techniques and tips that these Nitro pros are willing to share with you. They’ll start you out easy and guide you for continuous progression of your riding abilities.
To really help you out, your LEARN TO RIDE Snowboard teachers will equip you with video clips (+ Voiceover), which show you moves from different angles. Check and perfect your stance and style, using the videos as your guide. If you really want to nail a trick, watch the videos in slow motion so you can catch all the important steps necessary for you to perform like you’ve been doing it for years.
Photo sequences are included in the LEARN TO RIDE Snowboard app. These will help you to follow up and understand the details of those tricky aspects of a trick’s performance. You are going to love what this application has to offer.
If you’re just getting started in the wonderful world of snowboarding tricks, you might be concerned about getting hurt. That’s natural and always a risk but don’t worry; these pros are only giving you selected tips, proven to yield straight and safe results. Relax, learn and practice.
LEARN TO RIDE Snowboard features Xaver Hoffman, Thomas Feurstein, Flo Mausser, Dominik Wagner, Tobi Strauss, Paul Senoner, Christoph Weber and support of NITRO Snowboards.
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LEARN TO RIDE Snowboard features
• Trick videos with slow motion, voiceover and sequence details
• No internet connection required to check tricks!
• Learn the basics (tips and tricks, snowboard mechanic)
• Mark completed tricks
• Download (iPhone wallpaper, 20-minutes Nitro movie)
• Get Gear (Blue Tomato Shop)
• get addicted to … RSS news
• Facebook follow up
• and Tell your friends
Due to the size of the app, it is recommended to load LEARN TO RIDE Snowboard through the iTunes Store!
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