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Any tips on moving ollies. Please do not say it's the same thing
Sorry to say, but the only difference is that youre moving. And it might be easier, cause your pop will be harder. But if you got your stationary ollie down I'm sure you can do it while riding. There is no difference, seriously. Just don't be afraid and focus on your ollie just as when youre doing it stationary.
Start off slow, maybe just one push and then pop, you might want to land just a one push three times, and then go a little bit faster every time maybe going faster by just one push, also never learn a trick in the grass or in a crack, it doesn't help when you want to land it rolling
Just give 2 solid pushes and get used to keeping your shoulders aligned with the board
Just spam ollies while standing and then slowly start with moving it helpt me
it is basically the same, but for me it is leaning a bit more forward while doing the Ollie. Maybe just start off like this: Push once, then put your feet in Ollie position and slightly jump up and forward so your feet land where they should be when finishing an Ollie. But don't ollie yet. Just do the forward jumps to get the feeling of jumping on a moving board. When feeling comfy, start low Ollies and build confidence. Last thing is always the mind. just do it :)
As Anna just said...... Focus on the Ollie more than the movement. Make sure you look at the board, it helps some people. Get comfy and pop it up, don't panic. Fear is everyones worst enemy..
It's the same thing
Ok bro or girl the moving oille is a lot different on so u can try sliding you foot faster and pop faster so that when u oille u can bring it up higher and faster this is just what I did so I hope it helps
I leaned forward a bit to land it easier
It's the same thing....jk when you Ollie while moving try keeping your back foot in the same place and do your Ollie right as your nose gets to the object. (if your trying to Ollie on curbs bring your front foot to.the nose of the board while olling)
Sorry to say, but it kinda is the same thing, you just have to commit. Also if you are just learning try to start slow and practice near a patch of grass. Just keep practicing and getting comfortable on your board
There really isn't anything else different, you just gotta jump with the board
Try snapping quicker so your deck dose not stick to the ground making you slip forward.
If you have the riding basics down, it should be "easy". But if you dont make sure u put it down, you just need to get really comfortable riding your board. Then try to ollie while moving until you get it. Probably just a question of time...
Your right. It's not the same thing. I have a hard time olieing when im staying in the same place. Just keep practicing and experiment on where you put your foot. Eventually you'll get it
Just started landing ollies while movin', think i felt better trying to keep a low pop at first
Liberty Skate Co
Yes but with a moving Ollie try to have a target by spotting out the spot where you are going to Ollie before you even start moving that spot doesn't have to be an object to Ollie over start out with cracks or even just a random leaf
Well it's a little bit different just don't think of it as your moving alone your feet right and then try to Ollie now some times you might just fall on your face but that's part of learning
Push the front of the board forward with your foot.
There is some small diferences. You need tp trust yourself, try timing your ollie(looking down, at the board) start up with really small speed and then start moving faster and faster. Get comfortable on the board before trying. And dont let your front foot slide OFF the board. Stop it at the top
You must train your body movement into the board way to go
João Nuno Sps
But it is .you just need to push the ollie in the air forward
It s not exactly the same thing because you must jump forward just after poping the tail
At first be really self conscious of your foot placement when you land. And make sure you land with a little bend in your knees. Sketchy landing with your feet close to the edge or too far back cause slams
Make sure you have a clear area in front of you, start off with one push and look at your foot placement and do it as if you were standing still. You just need to adjust to moving with it, and build your way upwards
Keep your weight centered in between your two feet and start off moving slow, then start to speed it up as you get better at it
Dude when I was learning it helps to start off slow and try not to pop very hard
Try kicking the ollie a bit more than what you normaly do it without moving in that way the board levels when moving, other than that just practice and then practice some more
You need to move forward your body and you must be confident
It really is the same motion except that while doing rolling ollies, your body has to follow the rolling skateboard; in other words, you have to jump forward.
OK I just want to let you know it took me like a week to finally get the hang of landing them. For me I just found a set Crack in the ground and tried to just clear that before going for height. But I would say try to somewhat lean forward towards where your going but not much or you will risk falling also try to keep your shoulders aligned with the board and other than that just keep practicing what you feel is right
practise just rolling around and dont be afraid of popping and landing on the skate
Just when you Ollie lean a bit forward when you do it
To practice doing an Ollie just do it not moving and then move a little faster each time
Eli Romines (RTYT)
well it really is exactly the same except scarier. I remember learning moving Ollies for the first time and it's was hard but practice makes perfect. you just have to start slowly then get faster and faster until finally you can go at full speed. but it is easier to learn the Ollie while moving than stationary and that goes for any trick cuz it really helps in the long run.
Its the same the same thing but the landing is harder.
start off slow and move faster each time u land
Imagina yourself moving with the board and look at your board while ollieing and adjust your feet so you can catch the board
When your moving kind of pretend your standing still don't focus on rolling or anything focus on your ollie the will follow through. Don't lean in any direction keep your weight centered. After that practice, practice, practice.
Lean back a little bit, pop your board and it it do its thing
Yoooooo slide your foot off the board outwards! My problem was sliding upwards and sloping off. Sliding out and away from you is what keeps the board mid air. Try it out man
Ok start slow and a thing to keep in mind is to make sure that the tail doesn't hit the ground too much. Let the tail to inch the ground very little so it doesn't slow/stop you
it's the same thing
The easiest way for me was to go slow and eventually do it whilst going faster
I found that when moving I always was hesitant and would have the board go in front of me. When moving just kinda start small and get used to jumping on the board while moving like a hippie jump. Once you get that try hoping over small sticks and such. Get used to the speed.
Try to lean coward a little bit or else it will just go out in front of you
An easy way to get your mobile ollies down is to barely start rolling and do one. Practice that and once you land that 3 times in a row, then go a little faster and practice it like that. Once you land that 3 times in a row go a little faster and so on and so forth.
Get used to riding around on your board and getting used to the popping and sliding motion and you should just get it right. Also, once you've got used to everything start of slow and once you've completed one step (e.g. One push) go onto two pushes and so on.
It’s NOT entirely the same thing. But at the same time there’s not much else to it. I would just say ease into it. Only do a small push and Ollie and then from there just build up speed. It’s okay if you can’t go really fast and Ollie right away. Just practice staying over the board.
Try to keep your weight a little bit more forward than in a stationary Ollie, and make sure your body is squared up to your board. Start slow and work your way into more speed.
Practice makes perfect
Imagine moving your front leg instead of thinking of moving your front foot. This helps transfer weight better while moving to get your body parallel with your board. Also, your plies will become more efficient; resulting in a higher Ollie
When moving try small and try to Ollie over a crack or ducktape or something and learn the timing and all that
You really need to level out your board with your front foot just kick your foot forward and lift your back foot like you're doing a ninja kick it will work ;)
Start with a small push and then practice till you do get it. Progressively add more push till you feel comfortable enough to ollie at any speed