You get a new board from the local store. You are stoked on the awesome design, and you want to show everyone. However, you stuff most of your boards into the closet and in the garage with all of the other sporting gear. That’s no way to showcase your deck.
Why not putting it up for display in an organized, secure way? This is where you may want to consider buying a skateboard rack. With a rack, you can hang you board on the wall in your bedroom, living room, or hallway. Everyone will get to see your awesome graphics and you will have it secured to the wall enough to not worry about it being damaged.
Check out: RackYourBoard.com
Rob Dunfey is at the Truckee California skate park today. He is up by the beautiful Lake Tahoe to bring you a new video to help with ollies. The Ollie is one of the most requested videos. Many people have difficulty learning how to Ollie so we have decided to give you some exercises in order to help you learn your ollies better.
This simple exercise uses a beginner technique of putting one foot on the nose and one foot on the tail of the skateboard. The exercise involves placing pressure into the tail and then into the nose. The resulting action will lift all four wheels off of the ground. You then can move your front foot back on your skateboard and get your feet into the Ollie foot placement. If you use the same momentum as the exercise it should help you get that Ollie higher up and help you learn it@
SIGN UP: http://www.tricktutor.com In this video, Rob teaches you how to have the best balance while pushing on a skateboard. Have your feet set at the right angle and always push with your back foot on a skateboard.