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this can make a good hub i guess. Maybe i should give that a go... there is lots to say about how to skateboard. For a preview, please visit my hub : http://hubpages.com/hub/howtokickflip
The easiest way to skateboard is to just start. Hop on that board and get going. There's nothing that someone can tell you which will magically make you a good skater, you just have to learn by yourself. Get out there and practice. It's the only way. I wrote a hub about getting on the board, if you're interested: http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Skateboa … or-Novices
Agree with LazarDRod you just have to start. Be sure in the beginning to wear full protective gear. It will make a big difference in not giving up. Start slow on the tricks, and be patient. Also, make sure to start out with a decent deck. A very cheap board can make learning to skate much harder and not much fun.
Learn Skateboarding Trick Videos:
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I can tell from my personal expirience. The easiest way to start skateboarding is simply buying a skateboard, watch some skateboarding videos and trying to imitate what you see.
Of course you must start slow, and don't forget about the safety gear. Helmet is a must!
The more time you spend on a skateboard, the better you will be. There is no other secret.
Wow, a hard question to answer in a short excerpt, but I would say... just buy a skateboard and go ride. Watch others and learn, videos found on the internet also can be useful.
by cskl7 years ago
Skateboarding embarrassmentsok so im just starting skateboarding and dont wanna make an idiot of myself in public... so if im practicing things in a public skateboard park with loads of older more advanced and trained...
by caz1237 years ago
i am a begginer at skate boarding have you got any advice for mei am a begginer a skateboarding and i need some advice just boost up my confidece .
by cubesz5 years ago
Best skateboard to buy, if your on a budget?I'm not looking for a pro board or anything, just something that won't break easily, and is kinda good.
by TheRaptorClaw6 years ago
Surfing or Skating?shoud i surf? Or should i skateboard/ I go to the beach once a year for a week so that is surfing, and there is a skate park i pass everyday to school. i have heard skating is hard. i will give you a...
by James Paterson8 years ago
Thought that this new thread would make it easier for everyone to share their hubs for the Hub Challenge.....jimmyhere is my first http://hubpages.com/hub/Ladies-Rolex-Watches
by Wendy Iturrizaga6 years ago
Hello, are you ready to start a new month and join in this month's HubPages challenge and contest? I know I am! and for April the HubMob team has prepared a special treat for you so you can keep plenty of...
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