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wait...did you graduate from my high school?
Luckily, i've never broken any bones or needed surgery from anything i've done. Included but not limited to:
- GT sled being towed by a car in a parking lot
- Coasting down a snow-covered hill in a shopping cart
- Jumping between 2nd story windows of nearby houses
- Lighting firecrackers and hitting them will golf clubs/baseball bats
How the fuck do you accidentally sit in your own jizz?
i had that same problem. what i learned to do was kick my foot out and kinda jump up instead of kicking your foot downwards which is probably what your doing if your having that problem. and just practice and practice. kickflips and tre flips are the most frustrating tricks to learn..
good luck. lemme know if that helped
Now I'm trying to learn frontside flips. I can flip and spin it OK, if I focus on flipping it, I land it with one foot and the board a bit in front of me. Now if I focus on actually landing it, I can't get it to flip properly, it hits my foot or my knee or whatever and doesn't flip at all, or I end up flipping it and the board only spins 90 degrees. So guess I'm not quite doing it right, I think I know how it has to be done. I just can't seem to flip it, spin it and stay above my board all at the same time.
Now 360 flips are giving me some trouble as well, I can flip it and all, but can only land it one-footed, because either I'm not flying high enough or my board doesn't spin fast enough. Don't know which though. Anyone had a similair problem before, or does it just require more practice? If I do land it, it's not smooth at all, basically land it knees bend all the way (from staying in the air as long as possible while my board's flipping).
Would you recommend hightops or are they too restrictive to the ankle movement required in skateing? Was looking to get some because I'm forever hurting the bony part that sticks out on my ankle.
Fallen, Lakai, Emerica