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08-03-2013, 12:11 AM
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clayman
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Originally Posted by SpringfieldSkins View Post
I think if you are learning to skate you should work on what you are good at and the rest will come in time. Develop your skills and the rest will fall into place. You'll become bored with what you already know and then move on to something else that you (suddenly, but not really) feel more comfortable at.

Try all the new stuff on your storing side first. It will be easier to learn the technique there first. Copy that to your weak side as you learn your proper technique.

Remember, edges are the key to everything.
Well said, I agree...

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