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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4230 on: May 14, 2018, 05:58:58 PM »
Kickflip nosemanuals.
Boardslide yankovers- even filmed one at a real spot this weekend and im stoked about it!

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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4231 on: May 14, 2018, 06:40:47 PM »
Kickflip nosemanuals.
Boardslide yankovers- even filmed one at a real spot this weekend and im stoked about it!

Those are both pretty useful maneuvers. Any tips on yankouts? I haven't tried but seems like it could be interesting. Gonna have to grab melon though
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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4232 on: May 14, 2018, 07:50:23 PM »
i landed a couple nollie back 3s this weekend, well, 270 to pivot
still one of the funnest tricks to do
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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4233 on: May 15, 2018, 11:13:55 PM »
mute grab roll ins on a 4 foot bowl -frontside, pretty fun.
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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4234 on: May 16, 2018, 12:56:20 PM »
Kickflip nosemanuals.
Boardslide yankovers- even filmed one at a real spot this weekend and im stoked about it!

Those are both pretty useful maneuvers. Any tips on yankouts? I haven't tried but seems like it could be interesting. Gonna have to grab melon though

The yankout feels so cool once you figure it out. I kept yanking on it while boardsliding but with no result, until I realized and made myself focus on jumping at the same time as I was yanking did it work. Don't know how you're gonna do it grabbing melon though.

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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4235 on: May 16, 2018, 08:39:40 PM »
Finally getting a hang of front slappies. They've always been alien to me but I've done a few of them my last couple sessions and I'm really happy about it.


Also did a new weird one on our park's bank. I did a fakie frontside pivot to backside pivot. I did one that felt balanced and cool.  8)

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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4236 on: May 18, 2018, 06:31:46 AM »
in efforts to flush down some garbage threads on here, ive been getting front noseslides to regular.
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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4237 on: May 18, 2018, 08:10:34 AM »
in efforts to flush down some garbage threads on here, ive been getting front noseslides to regular.
working on them too, and tried bigspin out today, seems possible, after seeing ryan lay doing them switch ;)
edit : will try them swicth too, maybe easier
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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4238 on: May 18, 2018, 04:25:00 PM »
Fakie ghettobird.
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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4239 on: May 20, 2018, 04:17:26 AM »
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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4240 on: May 20, 2018, 04:30:51 AM »
not necessarily learned, but i did a couple front 5050 bs bigspin outs, they're not as hard as i thought they would be
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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4241 on: May 20, 2018, 06:53:36 AM »
My buddy was trying no comply 270 switch front board on a little round rail so I tried no comply impossible lipslide but no dice. I took the no comply out and this dude talked me into really trying to land it. I don't really skate rails so it was nerve racking but I landed on it several times. Might try to power through and make it happen today
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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4242 on: May 20, 2018, 07:36:33 AM »
Been working on my mannies lately. Both of these were landed on the same manny pad (about 10 inches high, 8.5 feet long)

Nose manny nollie 360 shove-it to manny. I know it's nerdy and circusy, but I don't care, at my age I'll take it. I don't intend on ever filming one.


Manny front shove manny. I was super stoked on this one, landed it within a couple tries.

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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4243 on: May 20, 2018, 07:41:29 AM »
Been working on my mannies lately. Both of these were landed on the same manny pad (about 10 inches high, 8.5 feet long)

Nose manny nollie 360 shove-it to manny. I know it's nerdy and circusy, but I don't care, at my age I'll take it. I don't intend on ever filming one.


Manny front shove manny. I was super stoked on this one, landed it within a couple tries.

I always just do the nasal manny nollie shuv to manny. Nollie bigspin out instead would be sick, to switch manny would be amazing! I almost got nosemanny nollie 360 which would be tight?
Matt Eversole does a sick manny no comply front shove to manny in man down and I've been trying to make that one happen but no dice.
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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4244 on: May 20, 2018, 07:55:24 AM »
Been working on my mannies lately. Both of these were landed on the same manny pad (about 10 inches high, 8.5 feet long)

Nose manny nollie 360 shove-it to manny. I know it's nerdy and circusy, but I don't care, at my age I'll take it. I don't intend on ever filming one.


Manny front shove manny. I was super stoked on this one, landed it within a couple tries.

I always just do the nasal manny nollie shuv to manny. Nollie bigspin out instead would be sick, to switch manny would be amazing! I almost got nosemanny nollie 360 which would be tight?
Matt Eversole does a sick manny no comply front shove to manny in man down and I've been trying to make that one happen but no dice.

I can nollie bigpsin out of nose mannies no problem, however, to switch manny... my switch manny game just ain't there. Maybe one day. It's not like I've never tried, it's just so damn hard and the beer gut ain't helping.

I can no comply manny, but once the manny is locked in, I have trouble doing anything out. I've kickflipped out and snapped my tail trying to impossible out, but that's about it. Once i'm in better shape, I'll try it again.

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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4245 on: May 20, 2018, 08:50:50 AM »
I've been getting pretty close to doing The 900, I just need 720 more degrees though.

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Re: Last new trick you learned
« Reply #4246 on: May 20, 2018, 11:40:28 AM »
not necessarily learned, but i did a couple front 5050 bs bigspin outs, they're not as hard as i thought they would be
how do your trucks not slip when popping/scooping? i can get back 180 out, but putting in more force for the bigspin makes the back truck shift away and the tail misses the ledge