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  1. Smack your tail against the ground

    As you're performing step one, bend your foot and drag the side of your foot up the deck towards the tail. If you combine these two motions properly, the draging motion will be lifting you off of the ground with the deck still intact to your feet.

    As your front foot is over the bolts, unroll your front foot while leveling the deck out. The leveling out will come more naturally with practice, so don't worry too much if you're having a hard time with it at first.

    Once you're board is leveled out, you'll begin falling back to the ground. Make sure you stay centered over your board. When you hit the ground, bend your knees slightly to absorb the impact.
  2. heyy i joined your group and im new but not too new i know how to ollie.......

    The back foot should be square on your tail of the deck. Make sure it's positioned to be able to offer a good pop as well as maintaining balance.

    The front foot will be best placed just a few inches behind the front bolts. Make it level with the board. You will likely want to try moving it around a little bit depending on your personal preference
  3. whats up are you new too I'm new do you skate I'm a skater but I can't land my kickflips
    can you land you kickflip my problom is my front foot I can flip the board but my front will not come back
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    I would like to join your social group
  5. lolololololol lonely
  6. Im boreddd
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About MrSkaterMan
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Just startin' out
Home Town:
Solihull, UK
Real Name: Liam
Just starting Skateboarding
Pretty good
Cant control board very well when going re


Goals for 2009:
Ollie [ ]
Kickflip [ ]
Nose Manual [ ]
Tail Manual [ ]



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