When you find yourself on the ground (which will be often), and are having trouble standing up, check these videos out.
Since i’ve gone over most of what a beginner would need to know, here comes the intermediate stuff. (Don’t attempt to carve until you are comfortable with both your heel side and toe side turns.)
Personal tip: Make sure there is a point between turns where your board is flat. Don’t attempt to switch instantly from heel side to toe side or vice versa.
Ahh, most beginner snowboarders will at some point utter these words “i cant get off the lift!” Well here is a quick video to help with getting on and off a chair lift without looking like the fool.
Personal tip: Get a stomp pad! One with a lot of grip to it preferably. It will help a lot with beginners.
Everyone falls. Simple as that. The trick is not getting injured. So do us all a favor and watch the below video on the dangers of improper fall technique.
Personal tip: Use wrist guards! Wrist injuries are the most common injury to snowboarders.