1. Correct your position
Decide if you would be more comfortable driving regularly or stupidly
Skateboarding has two basic positions: stupid and regular. In the stupid position, you have to keep the right foot forward, whereas, in the regular position, you have to keep your left foot forward. You need to find out which of these positions makes you feel more comfortable, starting with considering whether you are left or right handed. Although most skaters cruise in regular positions, you have to choose which one works best for you.
Keep your legs shoulder-width apart
You don’t have to worry about skating right now. Place both feet on your shoulders and ensure a natural move. While in this position, make sure that your body weight is evenly distributed. Once implemented, it will help you gain enough balance and control while standing on the board.
Learn how to adjust your pressure in the middle of your legs back and forth, and at the same time, make sure that you are positioning your body properly while the head is upright.
Bend your knees and sink your weight
This time you need to lower your hips slightly and bend both knees slightly forward. This will ensure that your body weight is concentrated in your buttocks instead of your upper body. When your body is in the center of gravity you are less likely to lose your balance.
Point your head in the direction you are heading
Turn your head towards the skateboard. If you prefer regular positioning, it simply means you have to face the direction of your motion. Try to focus your vision directly on the ground; This will help you to identify the obstacles.
2. Maintaining balance
Carefully place your feet on the board
Place one of your legs on the board and make sure you place it firmly. Then carefully lift the other leg and try to lower it a little closer to the first leg. Make sure your legs are as wide as your shoulders.
Now that you have successfully mounted the board, congratulations! You now have the hardest part of all the sticks and stunts you need while skating.
When running, try to maintain an optimal speed; This means you will not move too slow or too fast.
It is possible to fall once or twice during the start. But don’t give up. Remember, something good doesn’t come easily. And once you’ve successfully quit, you’ll discover that your fears are slowly fading.
Position your feet on the truck
Standing right in the center of both trucks can be a golden rule for you as a beginner. The trucks are metal shafts that are located at the bottom of the board; It has wheels attached to their decks.
Put your weight on the ball of your feet
Make sure you lean forward slightly until you feel confident with one foot behind your toes. When skating, it is vital to accustom yourself to all kinds of reps and shifts; It helps you maintain enough balance whenever you raise an obstacle arm. A slide, a lift or a pivot is a sure way to keep yourself straight above the ball and also allows your body to absorb and reduce shock by using the muscles in the lower leg.
Make small adjustments
Use slit movements of your ankles, buttocks, knees, and legs to control your body movements on the board. Tilt and tilt and pump your legs in the right direction to maintain balance. Most of the time, shaking hands can also be another step in ensuring stability. While moving, it is important to make all the necessary adjustments to keep yourself moving smoothly.
3. Get a feel for the board
Start with a soft surface
Laying your board on the grass, or using a thick carpet can also be an option, make sure the wheels are not rolling, then you can go ahead and learn all the necessary steps, techniques and techniques you can use to stand on the board. If you use a smooth surface, you have a high chance of rolling out the board. So, the best thing you can do is to achieve some stability by maintaining a stable balance before making any progress on asphalt.
Be careful when putting your weight on the wheels.
It should be done step by step in a smooth, fast and controlled manner. Take notes and avoid swinging the board on both sides. Doing so can cause you to lose your center of gravity, and it can blow you and the board away.
Most skateboards are designed with a diagonal edge, often referred to as a “nose” or “tail”. You need to stay away from it for now. As a beginner, excess weight on the nose or tail will only cause a lift on the board. In other words, making it risky can lead to a lot of accidents, especially if you are not yet a professional.
If you read the step-by-step guide above, you will find this tutorial suitable for giving shots. I recommend strict adherence to all rules and caution as this is a sure way to keep you safe everywhere. And don’t forget the golden rule of skateboarding, “Practice! Practice !! Practice !!!”