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October 27, 2015

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Five Ways To Get Better At Skateboarding

Like most beginner skateboarders, you want to get better at skateboarding. It’s much more fun going to the skatepark when you have tricks to bring with you. Even if you don’t have many tricks, it’s a great feeling when you are capable of riding a skatepark to the fullest extent. In this blog post, you will learn 5 […]

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October 22, 2015

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How To Pop Shuvit | Trick Tips

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Learning how to pop-shuvit is one of the first skateboarding tricks you will learn as a beginner skateboarder. Before attempting this trick make sure you feel comfortable on a skateboard, and know how to Ollie. You should also be practicing shuvits before learning the pop-shuvit.  So what is a pop shuvit and how is it done? A pop shuvit combines […]

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October 20, 2015

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How To Ollie | Trick Tips

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Learning how to Ollie is a must for every beginner skateboarder. Having the ability to pop an Ollie anytime, anywhere is a great feeling. With some good advice and practice, you too can learn how to Ollie on a skateboard. When starting out skateboarding, your balance may not be the best, so trying to Ollie […]

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January 28, 2015

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5 Easy Skateboard Tricks for Beginners

As a beginner skater, you might only have a small handful of tricks. That’s okay… if you practice them often. Mastering a few basic skateboarding tricks now will lead you to unlocking bigger and better tricks later on. The key trick here is the Ollie. Learn how to ollie before anything else. It’s the first trick every skater must learn in order to advance. Get […]

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January 7, 2015

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Kickflip Trick Tip | Skateboarding Tutorial

One of the most wanted tricks to learn as a beginner is the Kickflip. This trick is a true test for every beginner skateboarder. If you can learn this trick, then you unlock the possibility of learning much more difficult tricks. Learning how to Kickflip is a big step that can separate a beginner skater from an intermediate skater. You’ll […]

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May 21, 2014

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How To Ollie Higher

Do you want to know how to pop higher Ollies? Besides the fact the big Ollies look better, learning how to Ollie higher can also open up many new doors to new tricks that you’ve never done before. With a bigger Ollie, you will be able get onto higher obstacles like handrails and ledges. Just […]

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July 27, 2013

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Having the Guts to Skate Your Local Skatepark

So you want to learn how to skate the skatepark without falling and embarrassing yourself in front of the better skaters? When I first started skateboarding, I remember getting dropped off at the skatepark and just standing there, not skating, because I was too afraid I’d fall or lose my board and have to chase it down. […]

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September 26, 2012

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Control Your Skateboard and Land More Tricks

If you’ve been loosing control of your skateboard trying certain tricks and you’re tired of your board landing anywhere but under your feet, keep reading because you might discover the solution to your problem. In this blog post, you’re going to learn several ways how to take control of your skateboard and land more tricks. When you […]

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August 11, 2012

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How To Pop Tricks Higher | Skateboarding Tips

Skateboarders often ask how they can get more pop on their tricks. When I think of skateboarders with pop, I think of Brandon Biebel. This dude has a good snap and a great vertical leap which enables him to pop tricks higher than the rest of us. There are several factors that come into play when […]

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May 26, 2012

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Most Common Ollie Mistakes | Skateboarding Trick Tips for Beginners

Famous Ollie

Learning how to Ollie doesn’t have to be difficult. Take a few minutes to learn how to avoid making these Ollie mistakes so you can master the Ollie and move onto other tricks. Once you learn what doesn’t work, then you can find out does work and you can master the Ollie once and for […]

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