I think this is a very powerful tool to confidently lead you into skateboarding. No doubts about its effectiveness in teaching the basics and not only the basics. And what I consider most important: it is supportive and encouraging. Thank you very much.
As in most arts and sports the devil is in the detail. All the details are revealed, analyzed and well explained. Aaron Kyro shows us exactly how the „magic“ works. I wish I had this tutorial when I was twelve!! Very helpful also for an oldtimer age 49 years. Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge.
It's a nice collection of tricks with a progression to follow. The videos are a collection of tricks, but not broken down in chapters. To find kick flip as an example you have to scroll and scroll and scroll, and oops, went too far, now go back. Also there is not any detailed breakdown's of things. I was looking and hoping for something that would just be a resource in and of itself and I wouldn't have to go to YouTube to expand on the instructions but I do. It's okay resource, but I wouldn't buy it again if I had the option. Free YouTube videos are just as good if not better actually. The only thing this has differently is the order of operations for tricks which is interesting. Meaning the development from Ollie to front side Ollie backside Ollie and on and on and on. Helping you to develop your skateboarding one trick at a time while learning tricks that build upon each other as you progress.
Definitely providing quality insider tips to help a skater improve 😌