It is now finally WINTER BREAK...
One more week left until winter break! So, what are you doing this winter? Are you going your cottage? Are you spending some time with your family? This winter, like every winter, I am planning on going snowboarding. The weather is finally getting cold and the snow is falling, so I will be able to have some fun on the snow. Winter is one of the times of the year where I get to do my favourite thing. Snowboarding. I am very excited about going snowboarding and am very looking forward to it.
Snowboarding is fun as well as challenging. You always have to know what kinds of risks to take and what kinds of risks to avoid. If you take the wrong ones, you may get severely hurt, but if you don't take any risks at all, then it is very hard for you to improve and gain new skills. So, snowboarding is physical, but mental as well. You have to carefully calculate the angle that you have to tilt your snowboard in so that you don't fall but accomplish what you wanted to. Your knees play a big role in snowboarding and you always have to be tilted forward. You can snowboard either backwards or forwards, but you have to becareful to always tilt your snowboard to the side that is touching the snow.
Some tips for snowboarding are not to look down at your feet when you're snowboarding because that way, you are putting yourself at risk of falling. Also, try to loosen up before snowboarding. If you are tense, it will be harder to manuver your snowboard and gain control. Lastly, never lean back. If you do it while snowboarding forward, you are likely to fall on your butt. However, if you do it while snowboarding backwards, you are likely to fall on your head and damage it. So, when you are snowboarding, try to loosen up, but don't be too relaxed so that you forget what you are suppose to do. Snowboarding is fun, but it is also dangerous.
Anyways, enough said about snowboarding. Wheather you are going snowboarding or playing checkers, I am positive that you will all have a great holiday. Anyways, once again, happy holidays to everyone, merry christmas to those of you who celebrate christmas, happy hanukka to those of you who celebrate hanukka.