This is a video dedicated to the teaching of the skateboarding trick called the No-Comply Impossible. The No-comply Impossible is not too hard, and this video will tell you how to do it as well as fix any problems you may have with it.
Follow these simple instructions and learn how to ollie with your skateboard. What you need:
The Frontside 180 Ollie is a skateboarding maneuver where the rider pops their board into the air and then does a 180-degree turn in mid-flight. Exclaiming “Gnarly!” afterward is totally optional. You will need a skateboard, a flat & dry surface, lots of practice, and courage & stamina. Tip: the lower you bend down, the higher your board will fly into the air.
This scooter how-to will show you how you can do a grind on a ledge or a curb on your scooter.
This is the real deal - Kyle Bishoff shows you how to do a flamingo properly on a skateboard.
The flamingo is a somewhat obscure flatlands skateboarding trick in which the skater swings the board around their leg and stands in a flamingo-like pose for a moment, supporting the board at an angle with their legs, and then drops back into skating from there. No fancy ramps or rails needed for this trick, get practicing!
This video shows how to do a 'kick flip' on a skateboard. The man instructing begins by getting the things he will need, which are a skateboard and a pair of shoes. He demonstrates where to place your feet, with the left foot on the middle of the board and the right foot on the end. The next step is to kick the board up with your right foot and flick your left foot up and off, then quickly jump back on after the board flips. He shows a real life example of a successful 'kick flip', and then g...
Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to perform the backflip on a scooter. The tutorial suggests that you follow the curve in the jump and lean your body back to make sure it's perpendicular to the base of the jump. Be careful when performing these scooter tricks.
This is a short explaining the scooter trick known as the briflip; it's a fairly easy trick to land once you have enough air. The briflip takes about a week to learn and land perfectly on your scooter.
Okay, so it's a gigantic ad. It still looks amazing. Below, a Tron Legacy skate ramp in Melbourne, Australia, created by interactive agency ENESS:
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do a switch kick-flip on a skateboard. It is the same as a regular kick-flip, except you switch your stance. Users should be able to perform a regular kick-flip before attempting this trick. Start with the front foot near angled near the bolts and back foot on the tail of the board. Pop the tail hard and flick the front foot outwards. Make sure that your weight is centered and do not lean to far back or forward. This video will benefit those viewer...
First, the landing will be explained and demonstrated. A good tip learned from this video is that practicing landing a trick (in this case starting propped up in the position you would be doing a backside nose pick in) is important, as you can perfect the most difficult and intimidating part of the trick before learning it in its entirety. You will learn tips and tricks on ways to practice this trick, as well as insights of the presenter's own experiences in learning it. At the end of the vid...
Start out with your foot on the back of your skateboard where you would flip an ollie. Put the front foot a little bit behind the front vault of the wheels. When you first start, you might want to have your foot back even a little more to make it easier. Pop and slide your foot out as you would with an ollie, however the board will do the flipping motion. Catch your foot on the back and press it back down to the ground. Don't be afraid to land on it and stick it instead of stepping off the side.
Making sharp turns on a skateboard is easy with these tips. Get expert advice on skateboard decks and tricks in this video lesson. Take action: put weight on heels to turn left, put weight on toes to turn right, pick up 2 front tires & pivot for quick turns, and lead with upper body. Shawn, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, has over twenty years of skateboarding knowledge. He has appeared in Slap, Thrasher and Transworld magazines and his sponsors include Venture Trucks, R...
Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to perform the long board trick chopping the wood. This trick is performed by jumping the heel side of the board with the front foot while kick the back foot out and then jumping back toe side. This is done while carving and you can set it up with combinations of other tricks such as walking the plank or the cross step. Be sure to wear safety gear when attempting this trick.
This this is a tutorial explaining how to make a ledge slide. If you want to do this professionally, you need lacquer and a mason's stone, but for this video, only common materials were used.
A skateboarding trick tip for doing old school kickflips
A homemade kickflip video that works. Watch and learn how to do this standard skateboarding trick with a play by play style video, and diagram included.
In this tutorial, we learn how to perform a Ghost Ride Heelflip on a long board. First, get on your board and start to petal. Then, bring your left foot off and bring it near the board, as close as you can. Then, bring your right foot behind you and then flip your board over. After this, jump up with both of your feet and jump onto the board to the other side of you. Practice doing this to get it right, it may take you a little while. When done, you can start to learn different variations on ...
In this six minute video tutorial, viewers will learn a process for which to make a skateboard "grind box." A skateboard grind box is used for skateboarders to perform certain tricks on and to practice. In this tutorial the narrator goes over the different materials that are required for the grind box, the different tools that are required, and the steps for putting the materials together to form the grind box. By completely viewing this video, viewers will have gained an understanding on the...
For anyone just picking up the skateboard, this video tutorial shows the basics of how to do skateboarding tricks. The first trick is the popshuvit. This requires your feet to be lined up toward the back of the board allowing the foot closest to the end to scoop the board down to pop the front up and then reversing the board from the front to the back. The second trick is the 1-80 - the backside and a front side. This trick is similar to a popshuvit, but your feet remain on the board for the ...
Come along with Melvin the Nerd as you learn to do "the caveman" on a skateboard. His charming personality, hilarious mannerisms and speech are fun to watch as well as educational. Learn this simple trick in just a few steps by jumping up with one foot, pulling the board under your feet and quickly leaping onto the skateboard. In just a few minutes you'll impress your friends with your new tricks and have had a great laugh while learning.
There are tons of cool tricks you can do on a skateboard and an FS 180 is one of the most fun. The FS 180 or FrontSide 180 is a neat move. This video will take you through the steps necessary to perform an FS 180 on your own.
Skateboarder Neil Hendrix teaches you how to drop into a quarter pipe or half pipe. Remember to bend your knees. Drop into a quarter or half pipe on a skateboard.
This animated video shows you how to do an Ollie from Munkii.
Many of the most popular longboard tricks are based on sliding, since jumping one of these boards is tough. If you're pretty good already and can do some backside slides, watch this video for tips on pulling a 1-foot backside 180, difficult but awesome.
Forget skateboarding. If you like snowboarding and surfing, but want the pavement in lieu of snow and water, then the casterboard is your board. The casterboard (also called a waveboard) is much like a snakeboard, and can be pretty tricky to learn the moves. But Axis has you covered. Learn how to do some basic backside 360 spins on your caster board, no matter if it's a Ripstik, Waveboard or Timberwolf.
Remember: a varial kickflip is basically a pop shove-it with a little more ankle action, so set up like you would for a pop shove-it. Hit the tail as you would for a pop shove-it, and as the board starts to snap up, flick your front foot just like a kickflip. That action will cause the board to flip while the shove-it action from your back foot will make the board turn 180 degrees below you. Don't flick the flip too hard or it will flip away from you like a crazy 4th of July firework. Let the...
A tutorial from the folks at Loaded Boards, demonstrating G-turn variations on a steep hillside. The video assumes you already have experience with G-turns. If you're a beginner, it's definitely not suggested you try these moves. In fact, the guy in the video notes at the beginning that the hill he's on is way too steep to be doing this stuff.
Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to keep your bearings lubricated. With a razor blade or a pushpin to pop off the shield before dropping a couple drops of lube. That's all it takes.
Just picked a skateboard? Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to perform a pop-shuvit on a skateboard. This tutorial covers foot position determined by whether or not you're goofy footed or regular.
Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to perform the foot plant to fakie trick on a ramp with a skateboard. Be sure to wear safety gear when attempting this skateboard trick.
Take a look at this tutorial and learn how to perform the pivot to fakie trick on the ramp with a skateboard. Be sure to wear safety gear when attempting this skateboard trick.
Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to perform the great looking toe slide pendulum (or pendy) trick on a skateboard. If you're going to attempt this trick, be sure to wear gear especially knee pads. Be careful of curves.
In this how-to video, professional skateboarder Colin McKay teaches you how to drop in on a vert ramp. What's a vert ramp? A vert ramp is a form of half-pipe used in "extreme sports" such as skateboarding.
This video is a tutorial on how to ollie off a kicker. This skateboard trick is not too difficult, but requires good reflexes.
Jordan Hoffart teaches you the correct way to use Bondo. This is helpful in order to make a skate spot better.
Skateboarding trick tips on how to do a Kickback.
Grip-taping your casterboard is very important for traction, and if you don't know how, this video will help you, with three different methods of putting grip tape on the deck of your casterboard. Ryan Wilson and Axis shows you the tricks to gripping your board.
If you can do a kickflip on a skateboard, don't think that you can do one on a casterboard, because it's harder than it looks. But don't worry, Andy Veraska and Axis teach you how to do kickflips on a casterboard in this video tutorial.