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Anyone Skateboard

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25 members have voted

  1. 1. whech do you prefer

    • Sk8boarding
      10
    • rollerblading/skating
      4
    • bmx
      5
    • teamsports
      9
    • i hate outdoor games and sports
      10


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I've tried a few times but can't ollie, because of this I made a trick that requires no ollying :huh:

 

basically my frontfoot goes in the middle and my backfoot goes underneath the end I then kick with my backfoot to spin the board, I can do 180 and 360 of this although I would love to be able to properly skate

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Ollie is not too hard

front food in middle back on tail with toes pushing down

pop it with back

move front foot bit forward while in air

land with squat so u dont ruin ur ankles

thats about it

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Ya I skate.

 

 

And skate boarding is a sport, they have competions for people who do vert tricks and stuff, like score points for certain tricks on a half pipe.

 

 

And they have races, these were popular in old school boarding . Kona skate park held a few races.

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Skateboarding is a sport, or at least more of a sport than other so called sports.

 

And I wish I could skateboard, but I don't have too much of an interest in it; and I'm not too friendly with the skateboarding group at school.

 

As

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Skating and Teamgames.

 

And the option with most votes is...

 

i hate outdoor games and sports

 

!!

 

:huh:

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Ollie is not too hard

front food in middle back on tail with toes pushing down

pop it with back

move front foot bit forward while in air

land with squat so u dont ruin ur ankles

thats about it

We probably all know, however I could never get the timing right. I also lost my skate shoes so I can't slide my front foot across the board very well :huh:.

I like to use my skateboard to get around though.

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I used to skateboard.

 

 

Now I ride my bike and do random wheelies to scare people.

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I rollerblade to school.

I wouldn't consider it a sport though.

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I'd rather say that Skateboarding was a recreational sport.

 

And yeah, been skateboarding for 7 years. good shizzle, straight up.

I never pass up an oppurtunity to show some pics. Here's two.

 

 

I came third in the under 17's boys, local competition. Far left. That was a few years back though haha.

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This is a bit more recent, ollieing down our local double set.

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sk8boarding isn't a sport. It's not even a word. Skateboarding is a sport however.

 

I personally don't. I've tried a few times a failed, plus the only kids who skateboard in my town are the creepy muppety kids who smoke pot all the time. Like As I also have no interest in it.

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I try to. :huh: Can only do a few tricks. I try out obstacles more like going down a huge hill and eventually going off a little ramp hill in the road. Cool stuff.

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I can't even balance properly on a skateboard. I just ride a bike with the basket in front of it while wearing full protective gear.

 

Besides, I'm not on good terms with the skateboarding clique at school.

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