How To Kickflip In Less than 2 Hours for Beginners - How To Kickflip - Rob Dunfey here showing how to kickflip. And today I'm going to teach you how I went from never landing a kickflip to landing it every 9 out of 10 tries. And it's a simple four step technique that any Skateboarder can implement. How To Kickflip 9 out of 10 tries. Just follow these four steps that I'm about to teach you and go on and practice it. You'll surely be able to do the same thing. It's scientific step by step technique that I've taught hundreds of Skateboarders on how to kickflip just like I have. The first step is learning the proper foot position on the skateboard. First step, is getting your foot place correct. Getting your front foot towards the front of the board and getting your back foot on the tail of the board. Number two, getting a good "pop". With your back foot, you need to place it on the tail of the board. Your front toes should not be over the front of the board or over the back. When you get down, into the back of the board, you're hitting off with the big ball point on your foot. That ball point should be directly centred into the centre of the board. The front foot should not be too far back. It has to be above 50% of the skateboard but behind of these two front balls. And let me show you why that is. If your back foot is too far back, you're going to be doing too much work for your kickflip. Your front foot throws off like that. Whereas if your front foot is further up, it's going to be doing a lot less work. Step 2, is getting a good solid "pop" off the back of the board. The louder the sound of the pop, the higher the front two wheels are gonna go. And the better the kickflip you're going to be able to do. So a powerful "pop" starts with a hard pushing down into the back foot but also a centred "pop" into the centre of the board. Step 3 is after you hit that "pop", is to slide your front foot up to hitting this point on the skateboard. You draw the line down the centre of your board and put a point 25% from this side of the board and that's exactly where you wanna flick. Your front foot needs to be angling to hit exactly towards that spot. If it's too far angling back you're going to completely miss that spot hence you'll be flicking over here either causing it to do a half spin or to not spin at all. You can do the same thing virtually by hitting more towards the centre of the board kicking your foot straight forward like as you're doing with an ollie. Like can bring the front of the board down causing you to not come high enough to do the kickflip in the first place or having you in here kickflip that's spun down like this. Step 4, is landing the kickflip after it spins to catching the board on all four bolts on the sides and looking at the direction of where you're going and riding away. Now I'm about to show you me land more than 10 kickflips in a row using the very same technique. After you're done watching this video, replay it over and over again so you can learn how to kickflip as me.

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How to Skateboard in THREE days or LESS - How to Skateboard - Hi Rob Dunfey here and today I'm going to teach you how to skateboard. Now the first thing that you wanna do is you wanna look at your equipment. Hopefully you've just picked up a skateboard, if not you might wanna be borrowing one from a friend, either is fine. You always wanna look first at the bolt. Now this bolt in the centre of your truck dictates how much your wheels can turn on the skateboard. If that bolt is too loose, then you're going to be doing woobly turns and might not have a lot of control over your skateboard. If that bolt is too tight, you're going to have very little control over your skateboard as well because you won't be able to turn it. So you wanna find a good balance between too loose and too tight when you learn how to skateboard. If you have ever surfed before, if you have ever snowboarded before, you'll notice that either your left foot is forward or your foot is forward. Right meaning goofy and left meaning regular. After you've determined which stance you want, you wanna place your front foot over three out of the four top bolts. Leaving this fourth bolt open. Place your board down onto the ground. Place your front foot over three of the four top front bolts. Now your body placement is absolutely crucial to learning how to skateboard. You wanna learn keeping your front shoulder directly over your front foot with about 95% of your weight, directly over your front foot and you're gonna place your back foot on the ground just in front of the back two wheels keeping your weight centred over your front foot. Then what you're going to do is you're going to kick off the ground and place your back foot onto the back four bolts and ride forward. The entire time you're doing this, you're keeping your weight committed onto your skateboard over your front three bolts. One of the biggest mistakes for beginners is not keeping your weight forward and committed onto the board. A sign of that happening is you're gonna be pushing it like this. And you're gonna be pushing more than necessary using up more effort than you need to. You're gonna get tired easily and you're going to wear yourself out so it's absolutely crucial that you lean over your front foot the entire time when you learn how to push. When you start to slow down, that's when you wanna take one big push off of the ground and place that back foot back onto too back four bolts. After you have mastered on how to push on a skateboard, you'll then want to learn how to turn. Before you learn how to turn, you should place your board down and practice how to do front liftups which is a pretty simple technique. With your skateboard placed in front of you, place your back foot 100% on the tail, the portion which comes up. Your toes should not lapse over the side of the board but should slightly be removed backward being right here. With your back foot you wanna press directly straight down and simutanously lift up as well with the front foot, keeping your knees slightly bent and arms out. Once you can do fifteen to twenty of those front liftups, you'll then want to do at the same time instead of going straight up and directly straight down is to add in a little bit of forward movement into the front foot. You'll wanna keep your back foot doing the exact same motion going straight down and straight up and slightly forward with your front foot. When learning how to turn on a skateboard, you'll wanna always be keeping your eyes looking directly where your front two wheels will be landing. So if you're turning this way, you'll be looking this way. If you're turning backwards over your shoulder, you'll wanna be looking over your shoulder. After you have learned how to push and how to turn on a skateboard, you've really learned a lot of the basic beginner techniques. You also wanna be thinking of your skatebaord at all times kinda like a boat. If you put too much weight on the backend of your board, it's gonna lift the frontend of the board up. Too much on the front, do the opposite. Too much on the side, too much on the other side and that's gonna cause you to fall. So you always want to keep your weight centred, balanced and your arms out as if you're riding a boat, surfboard or snowboard or any other type of things. After you've learned how to be good at turning, good at keeping your balance, you'll then be able to go down inclines, hills and ride your board down the sidewalks. Check out some of our video because now you are ready for some skateboarding tricks. - Get FREE Videos when you Sign Up the Web Form in the Website now!