Apr 27



Edited: Apr 27

I’ve been skating for nearly a year and I have gotten my Ollie’s solid my front 180s solid my half-cabs shuvits etc, I’m getting bored because I want to move on to more advance tricks and especially flip tricks, I’ve been trying kickflips for the past few months and I feel like I’m getting no where. I can flick it fine but I can’t keep my front foot up long enough to get both feet on the board and I just end up landing behind the board. Any help would be much appreciated.. thanks boys


May 1

my thoughts on learning kickflips would be to practice the flick motion as much as possible rolling or not,and if you are rolling already focus on keeping your whole body over the board. it mostly helped me to think of keeping my shoulder where i wanted to stay on the board. also if you are still having problems try and pull your knees as far up to your chest as possible to get the most out of your kickflip, that will help out if you are having problems with no getting a foot on the board

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