snowboarding is a recreational and competitive hobby, that involves descending a snow-covered slope while standing on a snowboard linked to a rider’s feet. so. the progress of snowboarding was inspired by skateboarding, sledding, surfing and skiing. Most people who pick up snowboarding as a sport and hobby cant help getting hooked to it and the best part of it is , you can choose how to enjoy it

snowboarding is a sport that until recently has been frowned upon by society. No more than fifteen years ago, skiers referred to snowboarders as dirtbags, hooligans, and blamed them for ruining runs at ski resorts. It was not until the mid 1990’s that snowboarders were allowed at more than a couple dozens resorts.

Snowboarding is a fun and joyful hobby, if you love joy and fun, we recommend that you learn to take this hobby.

What are the types of snowboards?

1- all mountain:

All-mountain snowboards are the most common snowboard as they’re formed to perform well anywhere on the mountain: to float well on powder surface, carve on the pistes and handle lumps and bumps.

This type is great for beginners because of it ‘s more versatility. If you’re going to buy one snowboard, then it makes sense to choose one that can take you anywhere.

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An all-mountain board comes with a directional shape, which means that the tip is different from its tail.

2- Freestyle:

This type of snowboards are light, short and flexible, formed mainly for performing tricks in terrain parks and halfpipes. They have a limited edge grip and are not stable enough for carving turns and travelling fast.

Some freestyle snowboards have either twin tips or directional-twin. The tip and tail of the twin tip board is symmetrical in shape with a centered stance.

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This design makes it easier for beginners to ride both forward and backward. The directional-twin, on the other hand, is similar to the twin tip with the only difference being the tail, which is stiffer than the tip.

3- Alpine Snowboarding:

is a generic name for using an Alpine Setup. This refers to race style boards, with plate bindings and hard shell boots. This setup is really best on groomed runs where the rider will make high speed arcing turns.

The alpine is narrower compared to all mountain and freestyle, configured for riding and carving downhill and not suitable for performing tricks.

However Alpine Snowboarding are also used for extreme and backcountry type riding, primarily in Europe. Recently this is less common as many backcountry and extreme riders are more comfortable on a softer Freestyle type of Alpine Snowboarding.

4- Camber Snowboarding:

Camber Snowboarding: puts springiness into skis and snowboards and gives skiers and boarders good edge control while sculpt turns. For years, skis and snowboards used cambered designs exclusively,

When put it on a flat surface, a cambered ski or board has an uplifted waist while the contact points rest on the ground near the tail and tip/nose

So the area where the ski or board arcs upward by a few millimeters is known as camber. When a skier or rider applies body weight and presses into the skis or board, the camber flattens, creating continuous edge contact with the snow.

5- Rocker:

Rocker is essentially the adverse of camber: It’s a balanced, continuous arc that curves up from the center of the ski or board, a shape that resembles the floor rails of a vintage rocking chair (hence the term “rocker”). A board is directly below the rider, located close to the feet. In some circles you’ll hear rocker referred to as reverse camber, negative camber .

How To Snowboarding as a hobby in first time?

1-You’ll need a board. There are basically two types of boards, depending on what kind of snowboarding you will be doing. Freeriding is the more downhill oriented side of the sport, but freestyle is usually what you see on TV; riding the pipe, doing jumps, and looking styled.

Most snowboards are designed for freeriding or freestyle, which is good because this style is perfect for most beginners.SO . Most people start out with a basic model, such as the Burton A Deck series

2- To attach your feet to the board, you need bindings. Most entry level bindings share the same basic design: a base plate with ratcheting straps.

Unlike ski bindings, snowboard bindings are not meant to release when you crash; but need to be disconnected in order to skate along flat areas. More progressive

bindings replace the base plate with a set of rails, allowing your boots to rest directly on the board for better response and feel.

You’ll also need snowboard boots, and these are usually thick, chunky workhorses. They come in high and low styles, in hi-tech materials and good old leather, and have stubby, blunted toes which make your feet look small. They also run about a size bigger than your normal shoes.

If you preferer outdoor hobby and you like to spend spare time outside you home You can practice walking another outdoor hobby.