Snowboarding is a fun sport to do, but it has to consider its risks. Nothing sucks more than the return from a trip of snowboarding with a broken leg or sprained wrist. There are a number of general precautions you take to reduce the risk of injury in snowboarding that we can reduce discuss.

Make sure you are in the shape of the ski. Plan your trip with a winter training schedule for the progress and stability of the base of the muscle. The strength and power in the legs is most important to lend a hand in preventing injuries.

Apply several layers of clothing that does not restrict movement. I do not want to be too bulky and not move freely. If you can not move, you can not snowboard properly and the occurrence of all the excitement is gone.

Like any other sport, warming and cooling. Before I take on the track some time to warm up and stretching to help you train your body to act.

Most damage to the snowboarders receive a wrist injury. Falls are more common in snowboarding. The natural reaction to a fall can be reached in order to break his fall, and a low tendency to occur more frequently beginners. For this reason Colles fractures Scaphoid and fractures of the wrist are relatively common, with around 100,000 wrist fractures worldwide among snowboarders each year. Snowboarders should wear wrist guards, and a significant reduction in the incidence of wrist injuries during falls. Another common injury is head injuries which can lead to serious conclusions. Helmets are effective in reducing the incidence of minor vibrations during low-speed collisions. Make sure to grab both when shopping for snowboarding.

You may think that saving this money, but in the end can cost thousands or hospital bills. Do not borrow equipment from friends, but also increases the risk of injury. If you are renting make sure you use recommended a workshop. Ensure that all equipment is in place. This will prevent serious injuries and unnecessary for the handling no equipment.

Another good tip is to use multi-way links' to release, if possible. The top version is available in the modern is just one factor that has helped prevent injuries. Boots subsequent release significantly reduce the risk of ACL injury.

Self-test your bindings every day. Autotest bonds is simple. Give you the money, then released on the side until it stops under the control mechanism. The heel is by entering the compound, and bent to relieve heel can be tested. Both the toe and the heel should be able to solve, if they set correctly.

The last suggestion is to follow the FIS rules of conduct in the winter.

1. Respect for others
A skier or snowboarder must in a way that does not endanger or harm others behave.

2. Controlling speed and skiing or snowboarding
A skier or snowboarder must move in control. Does his speed and driving style skiing or snowboarding to his personal ability and field conditions, snow and weather and traffic adjust.

3. Route choice
A skier or snowboarder coming from behind must choose his way forward in a way that does not endanger skiers or snowboarders.

4. Overflow
A skier or snowboarder may overtake another skier or snowboarder above or below and to the right or left when you can make enough room for the advanced skiers and snowboarders for a train voluntarily or involuntarily.

5. Enter and move up
A skier or snowboarder entering a marked run, starting again after stopping or moving on slopes must look up and down the track, you can do without endangering himself or others.

6. Stop on the runway
If it is absolutely necessary to stop, it must avoid a skier or snowboarder is limited to the way in tight or blind spots. After falling in one place, a skier or snowboarder must move clear of the track as quickly as possible.

7. Get on and off
A skier or snowboarder climbing or descending on foot must remain on the side of the runway.

8. Respect for signs and markings
A skier or snowboarder must respect all signs and markings.

9. Support
In the event of an accident, every skier or snowboarder is duty to help.

10. Id
A skier or snowboarder and witness, if the responsible party or not, must be in the names and addresses following an accident.

shared with all these tips you have, I hope you learned something and have a very safe trip. Come home in one piece and start planning the next one.

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