Thursday, February 5, 2009

TJ Schneider Feels Less Attitude Will Make The Snowboarding World Better

1. Hometown
i was born in red deer alberta and i now live in vancouver but i think i would probably call calgary my home town since thats where i feel at home an all my friends are
2. Try to use just 3 words to describe your relationship with snowboarding , different and fun
3. What do you feel would make the snowboarding world a better place
less competition , not less competitions but less attitude where people see each other as a threat to their own snowboarding , it seems like everyone is competing with everyone all the time
4. What do you have in the pipeline for
i dont know what the pipe line is , but the realms is all about just snowboarding , having fun and sharing it with people
5. You`re a keen artist...who are your favourite artists
egon schiele is by far my most favorite
6. What is the most challenging aspect of being a professional snowboarder
probably keeping your sponsors stoked and having the energy to do everything
7. What advice would you give to aspiring young riders wanting to be successful snowboarders (Perhaps recreationally or professionally)
watch the snowboard realms , it can help you and give you an idea of what to expect , but other than that id say just have fun , do your thing and try not to stress too much about things
8. Where do you foresee snowboarding, the industry, riding styles, lifestyle of snowboarding in the future (5 to 10 years from now)
i have no idea , i havent even thought about it , im sure shredding will be crazy at a pro level , more travis rice , dan brisse shit , but i think there will still be your soul shredders , i just hope people get a clue and do things like driving less and recycle so we can have snow in the future
9. Who are your sponsors
10. Today...TJ is feeling..........
stoked because i feel like i can finally ride again after working myself in episode 5
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