You’ve got the Kickflips on lock. You’ve got Shuvits and 360 Shuvits down pat. Varial Flips? No problem. But that damned elusive 360 Flip just keeps flying out behind you! Argh! Well take a deep breath, sit down for a moment and Cole will hook it up with some good advice. Learn how to Tre Flip and go skate it.
How’s your Frontside 180? Can’t get the board to fully rotate? Can’t get your back foot to stay over the board? We got you. Watch as resident ripper Alex Knight runs through the motions of a proper Frontside 180. He talks foot placement, pop and follow through then takes it up, down and over a bunch of stuff at SLO Skatepark. Wu-Tang forever!
The Ollie is the cornerstone of all skateboarding and a must have for every skater’s bag. Once you learn to ollie you can learn anything on a skateboard. Check out our step by step instructions below and watch Cole in our video on How To Ollie. Then check out the other trick tips right here at the Skate Warehouse Blog!
The Slappy Grind is about as OG as it gets. As one of the most fun and stylish tricks out there, it’s a must have for your bag. Read on for step-by-step instructions to mastering the slappy. Then check out the video where our boy Johnny Longsocks breaks it down and shows you what’s up. Once your done with that, get out there and get some for yourself!
The Frontside Flip is one of the most classic tricks of all time. For me, I can’t help but think of the countless F/S flips I’ve watched Andrew Reynolds do in videos throughout the years. While some say The Boss has the best of all time, I’d say our boy Nate’s got it down pretty damn good as well. Read on to learn the frontside flip for yourself, then get out there and go skate!
The Heelflip is another great basic trick that every skater should have in his or her bag. The concept of this trick is similar to a kickflip, only you flick with your heel to get the flip. Check out our step-by-step tips here at the Go Skate Blog and subscribe to our YouTube channel for new videos!
Cole skates through the motions and gives some solid advice on how to frontside feeble grind. Get a new setup from Skate Warehouse and go skate some front feebs!