Skis are great for the slopes, but ski parks can be tough for the body.
The more vertical you climb, the more likely you’re going to get injuries.
But it’s not just the slope that’s important.
It’s the body’s ability to adapt to the altitude.
That’s where skiing is better.
When you’re sitting on the slope, you don’t have to worry about the friction that occurs on the surface of the snow.
Your legs and arms don’t feel the force as it comes from above.
You’re not at the mercy of the wind.
That allows you to spend more time in control of the board.
The snowboard, on the other hand, can get you in more trouble.
The way that snowboarders slide isn’t just because of the bumps in the snow, but also because they’re not as vertical as ski skiers.
And, more importantly, there’s a higher risk of injury on the slopes.
When I started doing snowboarding in my early twenties, I had to learn to ride the boards, and I was getting hurt quite a bit.
I’d fall off, or my body would start to hurt from the stress.
When it comes to snowboarding, I’m not that far removed from that.
In fact, I think it’s a better choice than skiing.
It might not be the best option for everyone, but if you’re comfortable on the mountain, it’s definitely a better option than skiing, even if you don’ have the training or the equipment to compete on a ski slope.