Fingerflips are a generally easy trick once you have the hang of them. It it easiest to learn them from the "tail stop" position. The basic setup is: back foot on the edge of the tail and front foot around the middle or maybe a little further back on the board. These can be done with your hand on the toe or heel side of the nose and can flip both ways. The normal fingerflip hand position is on the toe side of the nose. (Refer to the video) Once in position, you need to simultaneously jump from a crouching position and flip the board with your hand. Practice just flipping the board with your hand and from the "tail stop" position (with tail touching the ground and nose in the air) and then try it rolling.
By: Paul Hakel
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