Skateboarding Made Simple Volume 2: Manuals (Digital Download)
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Braille Skateboarding proudly introduces the second volume in the Skateboarding Made Simple Series which is all about my personal favorite skateboard tricks – MANUALS!
I chose manuals to be second in the series not only because they are my favorite, but also because, in the grand Skateboarding layout, they are generally easier than ledges and rails. I want it to be an easy step up from learning the basic flatground tricks from the first SMS video. Manual Pads are easy to find at most skateboard parks (or even right in front of your local super market). It requires significantly more skill to hit the edge of a ledge or rail than it does to ollie up onto a flat surface. That is why I say manuals are next in line after having learned your basic flatground tricks with “Skateboarding Made Simple Volume 1.”
Skateboarding Made Simple Volume 2, “Manuals” is a complete how-to manual tutorial video! Each trick is broken down into steps. After getting each step down, you will be able to learn and put together the whole trick. The tricks are set up in the proper learning order from easiest to hardest. The video is 1 hour and 6 minutes long and covers the following tricks:
- How to Balance on your Skateboard
- Manuals – including how to ollie in and out
- Nose Manuals – including how to ollie in and nollie out
- Manual frontside 180
- Manual backside 180
- Nose Manual Frontside 180
- Nose Manual Backside 180
- Manual Pop Shove it
- Manual Frontside Pop Shove it
- Nose Manual Frontside Shove it
- Nose Manual Shove it
- Kickflip Manual
- Kickflip Nose Manual
- Manual Kickflip
- Nose Manual Kicklip
- Progressing on your Manuals from here
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Here at Braille we want everyone to feel like they can progress on their board and learn to skate! That’s the basis that Braille is built off of and we won’t stop until skateboarding is the most popular sport in the