字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Kevin here from SnowboardProCamp. In this video I'm going to teach you how to do carving turns. Carving is when you riding your snowboards edge around a turn. with your back foot following your front leaving a clean line in the snow. Carving is used to keep you in control at high speeds for doing quick turns and in the terrain park when you're on the approach for a spin. There are five skills that come together to help you complete your carving turn. Your stance, edging, steering, pressure control and adapting to terrain. Your stance on your snowboard needs to be balance and centered to carve. Stand on your board in an athletic stance with your knees bent, back straight and your hands at your sides over your snowboards nose and tail. To hold a carve around a turn you need to have more of you snowboards edge in the snow. Flex your ankles to increase the angle of your snowboard and lock in your edge. Steering in a carve turn needs to be quick and aggressive. Use your front knee and shoulder to help you steer more dynamically through the carve. Turn your knee and shoulder in for the toe carve and turn your knee and shoulder out for the heel carve. Pressure builds on your snowboard as you go around the carve turn with more pressure building on your back foot toward the end of the turn. Bend your knees around the turn to absorb that pressure. Bend your back leg more to absorb the pressure at the end of the turn. Adapt the shape and speed of your carve to the terrain that you're riding. Smaller carve turns on mellow terrain with less speed. Larger carve turns on steep terrain with more speed Work on putting all these skills together to have a solid carving turn. If you guys have any questions leave them in the comments section. If you have any problems carving and you have a video, you can post a link to that video as a comment so I can watch your riding and give your some feedback.