Monday, February 11, 2013

The varial kickflip

HEY WHAT'S UP GUYS,

The varial kickflip


Have you learned ollie ? Have you learned pop shove it ? What about the kickflip ?
Will i you have all those 3 tricks down, then it's time for the varial kickflip ( or shove it kickflip or also varial flip).

Something about this trick:

this trick is really little used by skaters ( also by me). If you watch skate videos you'll notice that almost no one.

Basically the varial kickflip is a combination of pop shove it, while you're doing a kickflip.
The varial kickflip actually is just a trick to learn another important trick, the 360 flip.
So it doesn't matter if you'll like it or not, just learn it.

Feet placement:


Put your backfoot more like a pop shove it, the frontfoot like you're going to do a kickflip.
Pop as you're going to pop a pop shove it( so you should kick your backfoot towards the heel), and kick your frontfoot forward towards the nose to flip the board.
Keep your weight forward and stay over the board to avoid landing in manual ora falling behind.

Other tips:

this time i wouldn't tell you to keep you shoulders parallel with the board. I would tell you instead to keep the shoulders a little turned with your chest facing the nose.

Don't learn this trick in motion. Begin with learning it stationary. As you're getting it begin to do it in motion.

Most common mistakes are obviously the First . So you're not flipping enough, or sometimes you're flipping too much so it over rotate.

Try to land it only with your frontfoot at the beginning, just to understand the motion. With some hardwork you'll see the results. Trust me.

It might take you a few time, or a lot of time, but with practice you'll learn everything you want.
Remember, PERSISTENCE IS THE KEY, AND IF YOU WANT A TRICK, IT WILL
BE YOURS.

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