hey i wanna get into skate boarding and i was just wonderin if its hard for a beginner?? cuz if its uber hard ill prob give up after like a day. i know it takes practice, and u need to ollie to do anything. how long does it take to learn ollies for noobs?
anyway if ur looking to get better at skiing. just like skate. as in rollerblade and start hitting rails and shit. i get shit for this but it help a ton. when i learned how to do 3s, 5s and 7s on skates i felt way more comfurtable to try them on skis
skating takes a lot of practice..... i skate more than i ski becasue we shovel snow and build ramps in the winter too.... but once you get it, its super fun. being able to do things like nollie bigspins( just got that one), and crazy fliptricks will never be as fun as bombing a hill, or cruising around with your buddies though...... so when you get the basics, you'll know if its for you.
i skate only in the summer too, and i have been skating for about a year or so, and its hard but its fun-it's a challenge to learn something new, or to nail a trick.
Give it a try, it something new and if you hate it later, so what?
Jib it, Jump it, Gap it, Grind it, Switch it, Steeze it, whatever...... JUST DO IT!!!!!
skating gets frustrating, the better you get. but its deffinatly worth the frustration. not only should you work on ollies, but practice riding switch a lot too. that once you can do 180's and stuff you can do a swith trick and make a little line out if it. also, manuals are clutch. if you can manual really well you can link tricks together, so work on those too. have fun.
well it depends cuz it took me 15 minutes to learn how to ollie
it really depends on how determined u are but if skating is too hard just longobard longboarding is also kick ass and u just have to have balls for longboarding
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