One Foot Balance
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A basic exercise every beginner should attempt, it will help learning how to brake.
How do it
The first basic exercise every novice should attempt — it will serve as a basis for learning how to brake.
Place your leading foot in front of the bolts, push off slightly and try to hold your balance standing on one leg.
Your push leg should hang in the air parallel to your leading leg, and not too high off the pavement.
Which each attempt, increase the distance you ride. The aim of this exercise is to develop confidence riding on one leg.
To prevent the board from flying out from under you — and you hitting the back of your head on the road — tilt your torso slightly forward. To avoid flying out to the side and to hold balance better, try not to bring your push leg too far away from your leading leg.
You should learn both foots because later you'll learn tricks that requiers to have balance on each foots. :)
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