Author(s): Hannah Teter & Tawyna Schultz
Mastering Snowboarding describes the techniques and tricks used by professional snowboarders and how to perform them. It takes boarders inside the sport and provides in-depth coverage of snowboarding equipment, including how to select and customize a board to fit individual styles and needs. Packed with the coolest tricks, expert advice and trade secrets from the pros, this full colour guide is the only resource needed in order to own the slopes. Whether a recreational rider or a seasoned veteran about to drop into the halfpipe, "Mastering Snowboarding" is for any aspiring "King of the Slopes." It shows you how to master professional snowboarding tricks and techniques.
Hannah Teter is one of the greatest female snowboarders in the history of the sport, having earned numerous awards and honours since she began competitive snowboarding at the age of 15. She has represented the United States twice in Winter Olympic Games, winning medals on both occasions. She has achieved six FIS Snowboard world cup victories and earned bronze at the 2005 FIS world championships.
Tawnya Schultz is a contributor to Snowboard magazine (for which she has managed three women's annuals) and is a weekly writer for the burtongirls website. Tawnya has written for Cooler Mag, Transworld Snowboarding and Snowboarder Magazine while also running her own website.
Chapter 1. History of Snowboarding; Chapter 2. Choosing and Assembling Your Equipment; Chapter 3. What to Expect; Chapter 4. Getting Started; Chapter 5. Be in Control, Stay in Control; Chapter 6. Ride Any Terrain; Chapter 7. Introduction to Tricks; Chapter 8. Taking It to the Next Level; Chapter 9. Getting the Most out of Your Ride; Chapter 10. Competitive Riding.