We are just as dedicated to teaching first timers as we are to more advanced riders. We have a specific video tutorial for those new to snowboarding, it's called Learn to Ride. It covers all aspects needed from riding the chair to linking your first turns.
We have also compiled some information to get you shredding in no time. Check out the how to snowboard section for lots of hints and tips.
"I'd just like to say that not only has the SA program been of ridiculously good use to myself and those that I board with when I spout what I've learned from it!, but the honest way you guys run the company is a breath of fresh air."
"Thanks to your tutorials (and a much more dedicated and consistent workout) I have had my most advanced season ever - at 32 years yeeeah! Landed 7s in all directions, learned the tamedog, Bs Rodeo and especially appreciated the last mental secret!"
"SA is the best snowboard instructional I have ever seen. I know that I'm just repeating what scores of happy customers have already said, but you're doing such a great job! I've actually managed to master many tricks that had scared me before - like frontside boardslides on handrails."
"I first learned about Snowboard addiction while searching youtube tutorials on how to spin and boardslide a few years back. I took in everything they had to say and it helped me progress a lot."
"My kids are 9 and 11 and your videos have helped them learn tricks like 3’s, tamedogs, backflips, and numerous rail and box maneuvers. They started competing in USASA this year and have done excellent thanks in part to you guys."
"I am really enjoying the Learn to Ride video and all of the other items I received. I am age 66 and this will be my first year to snowboard! I know I will enjoy this sport for many years to come."
"I came across SnowboardAddiction in 2008 I was brand new to the sport and knew nothing. Everything I have learned since then is on the foundation of your tutorials. Each year I set new goals, and thanks to SA I know exactly how to achieve them. This year it was backflips, front board 270, and spinning off bigger jumps. I can’t wait for next season. Until then I’ll be training using your techniques. Please keep the variety coming."