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i am a begginer at skate boarding have you got any advice for me

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    caz123posted 8 years ago

    i am a begginer at skate boarding have you got any advice for me

    i am a begginer a skateboarding and i need some advice just boost up my confidece .

  2. Joey Trujillo profile image57
    Joey Trujilloposted 8 years ago

    Yes! The first thing you should understand is that skateboarding can be a difficult sport to master. So if you dont learn a new trick every day then dont get mad at yourself. Just keep trying. It takes Practice! Practice! Practice! Dont worry about anyone else if they are better at skating than you are. Just know that they probably have been skating longer than you and you are just a beginner.

    The best thing to learn for beginners, is just riding the skateboard it self. Learning how to balance on a skateboard first will make it a lot easier to learn other tricks in the future.

    I recommend getting some trick tip advice from somewhere.

    For the best advice on learning how to skateboard check out www.skateboardingsecretsrevealed.blogspot.com

  3. Disnet888 profile image58
    Disnet888posted 7 years ago

    Forget what he said, it's all about what you wanna do on your skateboard. Are you in it for tricks or do you like to cruise? Me i'm a big cruiser. I ride a Santa Cruze and it's so sweet riding and carving on the streets.
         If you wanna do tricks by a good quality skateboard. Don't buy a  Wal-mart twenty dollar special.  Not that it takes a good board to ride good ,but you wanna make a good investment on the things you buy especially if you plan on  being safe on the board.
         I know i dont want my board to brake halfway down the hill. But yeah just choose your style kid. If you wana cruise buy a long board if you wanna fall and bust your ass buy a freestyle board, it's all about being comfortable on it don't force it or you'll hate it.

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    skateboarderposted 7 years ago

    The best thing to do is just ride as much as you can and get around other skaters better than you at the park or around town. Also you should get always try to get the best equipment you can afford because it really does make a difference.

  5. Thomas@theone profile image71
    Thomas@theoneposted 7 years ago

    Learn to ollie first, you won't be able to do an tricks if you don't know how to ollie

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    DarkRosieposted 7 years ago

    so ur a beginner, well all i have to say is that u need to alway practice to get better.
                          DarkRosie -_-