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Forward Spin

The question of how to do a forward spin is not a difficult one. The bodyboarding forward spin (or as novices might call it, the bodyboard 360) is one of the most basic bodyboarding moves, however it can also become the opener for a variety of innovative more advanced moves. The key to nailing the…

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Reverse Spin

The reverse spin, often referred to simply as the bodyboard reverse, can look pretty damn dramatic if pulled in a critical section of the wave. Learning how to do a reverse spin is quite difficult, as it’s a move that requires several key steps. Here’s how to initiate the bodyboard reverse. After bottom turning and building up as much…

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Tube Riding

If getting tubes on your bodyboard is your idea of good time, you’re definitely not alone. Tube riding is, and has always been, the ultimate manouver for any bodyboarder. Every wave is different, so surfing in the tube for as long as the wave possibly allows is the ultimate challenge, particularly when the surf starts…

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Cut back

The bodyboard cutback is one of the most fundamentalbodyboarding moves.  Even though it is a basic move, if performed correctly, it can still look rad! Follow the bodyboard cut back tips below to get yourself on the right track to cutting back. The first factor in a how to do a bodyboard cutback is speed….

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Invert

The bodyboard invert is one of those bodyboard tricks everyone wants to get right, because it looks so radical when executed properly. Invert bodyboarding moves requires a whole heap of speed and air time to look their most spectacular. You will also need a reasonable degree of flexibiliy. Much the same as a standard air,…

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Element skate boards

It’s no secret that the majority of the skate brands out there glorify the high life; parties, girls, pranks…But Element skate boards sing to a different tune (not that they don’t have their wild side) rather, their motto focuses less on the partying aspect of skating and more on the technical and symbolic. One quality that…

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Vans Skate Shoes

The humble Vans skate shoe is probably the most well know name when it comes to extreme sports lifestyle, has one of the largest selections in footwear catering to urban lifestyle and beyond. Since their humble beginnings they have moved into virtually every market, catering to men, women and children in a plethora of styles…

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Girl Skateboards

The Girl skate brand  is probably most well know for its badass team, led by skate legends like Eric Koston,Guy Mariano, and Sean Malto. But of course, it doesn’t matter how great they are, if they don’t have decent equipment.  Girl sticks to the tried and tested basics. They don’t rely on technology gimmicks or…

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Enjoi Skateboards

I am biased, Enjoi has to be one of my all-time favorite board companies. Chalk it up to my tacky sense of humor. Enjoi is known for their comical tag lines and off-color slogans. In addition to having great product that appeals to blokes with a laid back, fun-loving personality, they also have a kickass…

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Zero Skateboards

Zero has been making strides in the industry as a leader in building excellent brand loyalty. One of the ways they have built loyalty with shop owners is by enticing them to give precedence to their brand over others. How? By offering excellent discounts for shops that agree not to carry blank decks. These discounts…

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