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How to ollie
What you are going to want to do first is get used to your board after writing it for a week or two it will be much easier with both control pop and landing. Do you do the Ollie you must snap the tail of the board on to the ground while jumping and sliding your front foot up your bored while in air, make sure your front foot continues to go up until it touches the nose of the board which will cause the board to level out and prepare to land. That is how you Ollie hopefully this is of some help.
Reid Jameson Potts
Kick down the tail of the board then when it comes up you have to jump a bit before it comes up and then in the air move your front foot up the board to level it out
Push the tail down then slide your foot up as far as you can slide it. Make sure your actually sliding and not just jumping on the board.
Its a really simple trick i learned it in the first three days i started all you have to do is squat pop the tail and slide your foot if it is crooked or it turns you are eaither pushing to the side or just bailing and not trying enough. GOOD LUCK. HOPE THIS HELPED YOU!!!
This is how you Ollie you put your front foot in the middle of the board and your back foot on the tail your back foot has to stand on your tip to then you pop your back foot as hard as you can and drag you front foot up to the nose and jump and lift you back foot up and make sure you land four wheels at the same time
Go watch a tutorial on YouTube bro
One thing that helped me was thinking of popping as hopping on one foot
Get used to the board if you're just starting, and once you are used to it then get good pop, jump, and slide in that order. On youtube videos will tell you the correct form for ollies. Good quality bearrings will also make learning it way easier. Most of all though mind over matter. Hope this helped!☺
Watch braille skate :)
Practice popping of a 1 stair then try popping whilst moving I learnt my ollies in 20 minutes instead of 2 months as my friend asked me to do it this way
Emil Kuś Jr.
Just do ollie