How do I start?
But what is snowboarding?
It involves you wearing special boots, with your feet then mounted onto a board as you descend down a slope covered in snow. It might sound difficult, but you can pick up the basics very quickly.
Is it for me?
Snowboarding will give you an adrenaline rush of speed and you can learn how to do tricks. If you like the cold and being outdoors - although there are indoor slopes all over the country - then give it a go.
What to expect when I start?
- It's a high-intensity aerobic workout, so you'll get a good sweat on. The average snowboarder can burn up to 450 calories per hour.
- It requires balance, so will improve your core strength as well as working your leg muscles.
- Many snow centres and clubs also run family lessons.
- Disability Snowsport UK can help provide adaptive snowboarding opportunities and has instructors who are trained to work with clients with learning or physical disabilities.
To get you in the mood ...
All clubs need a chair, secretary and treasurer to help things run smoothly as well as officials, coaches and judges. Whatever role you're interested in, Join In has opportunities to volunteer in your area.
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