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On average, how long did it take you guys to learn an Ollie?
For me almost a year
It took me about 1 day to get it about 2 cm off the ground but it's been a month and my Ollies still aren't very high
at first I couldn't get it down for the first month maybe but one day i just did it and have been able to do it since then. It took me about 1/2 months
My First Hour Was Horrible, I then Got the Hang of It. Within 3-4 Hours I Had Stationary Ollies. But moving took me a Good Couple Days
A month, but you will have to keep improving over time
Stian Ribe Kvassheim
It took me a week to learn the ollie after i got my first board. But now it has been a month and i cant do an ollie while riding
4 hours guys when I practice my tricks I practice till I land em
One night but it took a lot out of me the next day and it took all night
I did it in a few days but it only came off the ground about a centimeter but over time you will get it higher and higher.
About 2 weeks
It took me 2months before I could Ollie high
6 months but I wasn't fully dedicated
about 4 days it helps if u actually put ur mind on what u wanna do
about 1-2 months, but I was eleven back then (I'm a girl (; )
About half a day but i did it hardcore without pauses lol but i dont land it 100% of the time yet
4 months i Think
I learned it first day but learned to level it out about 2 weeks later
2 days to get it at least a few inches of the ground I recommend your learning while moving because it can take u a long long time for u to learn it without a crack. to get my ollies down without a crack it took about a rough 2 months 😬.
It all depends how much you practice ollieying it took me a month and a half to get it right and to get that pop
It took me about a week of practicing to get the movements down and Ollie but just keep practicing and you will get better over time.
1 month, but take your time and try to do it better every day
when I first tried it I wasn't even close so I put it off to the side six months later I tried it again and got it on my third try so about 5 minutes
Took me about 3 days to get it, but about a year to Ollie over different objects like curbs or other boards
a day if u practice non stop
About 6 months but i learned it when i was five
10 mins on a friend's board
For me it only took a coyple of days but other peoples average might be aslong as a month or as short as a week. So i cant really tell you what you average would be because thats your desicion.
It took a day to get the Ollie down but it took me months to get an Ollie while rolling
It took me a day to get 2 cm off the ground but it's been a month and I can't get much height in my Ollies
Took me two days. One of learning to ride, and another to Ollie. But I was already doing downhill longboarding for about a year. So I was already pretty comfortable on a stick with wheels
One month I can Ollie jump next month I can Ollie over a board
About 4 years😂😂😂 I started when I was like 8 and had NO CLUE what I was doing
Took me a year but that's because I was doing them by my self and I was trying to hard
Took me almost a year but I kept quitting then I started going over to my freinds and we started skateing together and I eventually learned how to Ollie
While standing about 3-4 Days
The Man Of Steeze
It took me about a year but I did not practice very often. If you practice a lot then you can learn it quick.
Maybe an hour or so but I've seen it done so many times So it was easy
It took me about a day, but I already knew all of the technical aspects of the tricks
Two long sad years.
When I first time off a ground, it was second day of trying Ollie, now it's two months and I'm about 15 cm high, ai know it's not much, but I'm having a huge fun on board and that's the main thing ❤️
A LONG time
I'd say about 1-2 weeks
1 week or so
Week or 2
It took me about 2 days to get it while moving
Raphael Pereira da Silva
For me it was like a 1 month struggle and then one night i just spent watching ollie tutorials on utube and the next day i landed an ollie on grass and then the next day on asphalt and so on
it took me about a week
About a month
A day but to do it very good and steezy about 1 year
Honestly, for me, about a month.
Dermot Mc Cague
About 2 months
For 2/3 hours. Maybe 1
It took me about three weeks
a good month
About 1 month or 5 weeks.
3 or 4 weeks
I think after a few days i stand me first high ollie
Learn 1 day, to master alot of days
for me it took about half a month or a month
Daniel Sheppard / Beginner To Pro
3 good weeks of practicing non stop
Took me about a week or two
Took me 3 days..
Just a day
Around 1-2 weeks
Like one day
It took me like 2 weeks to 3
Bout a day and a half
Like a month
Bout a month
Three and a half months
About a month
It took me three days
3 months with 30 minutes of practice everyday.
It took me 3 weeks.
Daniel de Mooij
5 days 😂😂
Surprisingly, 3 months. 😳
It took to me 4 month i think 3 months at least
Not even a week but times vary
One and a half weeks (at least one hr/day of practise) to do it confidently whilst moving and up curbs etc.
3 to 4 week
About a month
For me it took a good 6/7 months however bad weather can effect your practice.
To be honest it took me a day
About 3-3.5 months
It took me around quite a while when I was younger
1 month or 2 month
It took me a whole summer to learn stationary and it took longer to learn it riding.
I CANT EVEN DO IT HELP ME PLZ
It took me a few days I think.
It took me about a week, but I wasn't comfortable with riding my board at the time .
About a month.
Just a day practicing to ollie up a box. You just have to get the techniqe right.
A month roughly?
3 days.. 1 month further and i still can't ollie moving
It took me one year and a half to get them while rolling! However now they are quite good, gaining a lot of height so you know, that's good!
Took me 3-4 weeks and that was a long Ass time ago
Took me a little less than a year to get a solid Ollie like a foot off the ground.
About a week
A month but only around 6 inches
Around fucking 100 tries
7 or 8 months
About 2 days
I used to skate and tried ollies for months, after losing my board I stopped but not to long ago I figured them out in a day.
It took me about 2 months
I'm not gonna lie. About a year and a half on and off
For me it took me around 1 month but everyone is different at learning speed!
About a week for stationary but moving took me like a month
It took me around 1 month
About two weeks of practicing (not moving)
Learned bad ollies in a week and decently good ollies in a few months
A month or two stationary (yeah i stalled a lot. Lol). Still trying to do it while rolling. I just cant seem to do it with some speed and i do (which is quite rare) i land it switxh. Maybe a couple of days straight, 4 hours a day each would help me improve.
Took me about 4-5 days of light practicing to get a low Ollie, still working on getting it higher
1 month for bad ollies 3 months for good ollies
6 months when i started to Ollie over skate, up the curb...
An hour or two
A week or two and I could get the board to actually jump but I am still learning how to go higher and do it while rolling
About 17 Days 3 hours and 27 minutes
I spent 7 hours one weekend until I had gotten about 2 inches off the ground and then you have to keep practicing until you can get really high.
I could Ollie the first few days I got my board but it sucked
it took me 2 days
About 2 months what i'd call an "ugly Ollie" hahahah To get it really high jumping stuff it took me 1 year or so tho
It took my around like 6 months
I learned the ollie in about 3 weeks and was able to start ollieing over physical objects at around a month and a half.
It took me about a week but only 1 inch at first still there
For me, it took about a year, because the board I had didn't have very much pop, and it took all my strength to even get the board 3 in. off the ground. But by the time I got another board, my Ollie was perfectly clean. This all took about a year.
Well Im a lazy bum but you can learn it In about 2 to 3 weeks if you practice every day
About 5 days
Few days, maybe 3 or 4
I learn it in almost 1.5 year with the shove it alone in my garden with nobody to give me tips and I broke every single tile 😂 just need perseverance 👊🏽
About of week of skating everyday
It took about a month and they get better as I get more comfortable riding
About a vveek, I believe in you man you can do it
2 to 1 1/2 months
It took me about 3-4 weeks to do a decent but not too high ollies whilst moving but I was practicing most days all day.
1 day for a foot off
It took me 4 days to Ollie on the spot and then moving it took a few more days
Geoffry Cayton Jr.
3 months after getting my first skateboard to land an Ollie standing still. It took few more months to be able to do it while rolling. The timing between jumping off and tapping from back foot is most crucial. Got the front for slide easily
It took me two weeks to be good the stationary Ollie but I still haven't master it yet so think it will take about 1 or 2 months to master the stationary and moving Ollie.Good Luck!😉
roughly two months
About a month or two.
I was practicing pretty regularly for an entire month before i landed my first legit ollie.
Took me about 2 months to learn a nice balanced ollie but took me 1 week to at least get 2cm off the ground
Ben Ari Maymon
If you practice all day it should take you about five or four days
a triggered human being
Probably like 6 months i had my stationary ollies down in 2 weeks, but it also depends upon the person, if you practise practise practise then you can even get ollies down in couple of months.
for me, it took a day or two to get the ‘pop’ right, then maybe a couple hours after that to complete the full Ollie and land it
With in the first hour of picking up a board I could perfectly do an ollie
I did it in two weeks after i got my first board, but im pretty sure its because i could already RIDE a skateboard lol
A week .. I was practicing every single day
About two years, if your not getting it just kept trying you'll eventually get it. I thought I would never get it. But just wait it will come to you
Idk i just skated regulary cruising around and one day i decided to try an ollie and i did cuz i was confortable with my board
About a day
One month and five weeks
Eng Tanawan Wetchayanwivat
The board got off the group about 5 cm for only 3 hrs but I had to put lots of effort on it.
For me it took one week
Emil Kuś Jr.
I learn ollie 7 days
1/2 months but a good high olie a lot longer
It took me 2 months to get 1 1/2 inches of the ground
i dont see anyone learning to ollie their first day skateboarding. If the boards is flattening you havent done it. Just poping the tail up then slamming your feet down isnt it. There are so many other thing that go into doing this trick. This is where you learn pop, foot placement, foot movement, landing, timing, fear, falling, etc. This is the hardest trick to learn and if you end up being able to really ollie clean you will have accomplished something that most people neven will.
I landed an ollie in the first day of skateboarding
For me to actually do a small ollie was like 2 weeks but to get a really really good ollie maybe a year😂
1 month for stationary. It still is average. My current goal is ollie while moving.
It took me a month to get the standing ollie to a reasonable level. It helped met to film myself and compare it to youtube tutorials. Practising was frustrating and also great to have something to analyse. I haven’t been able to get the ollie while moving down. Feels like i go through the whole process again 😛
A very long time! Over a year of on and off skateboarding but if you compressed the hours of physically being on my skateboarding trying ollies then maybe a few days straight. Always different for everyone though.
Beb The Skater
About 3 weeks to get them while moving with both feet on but there not good yet
Less then one day
One year and I'm still on it
For me its was like a day to make 15 cm high. Just be sure to do small kick whit front leg.
One month or two But its hard for beginer
It took me about 3-4 weeks to learn to Ollie pretty solid, but just on flat. I’m still getting a hang of doing it over objects and while getting higher speeds.
I and a half month for a good one
it took me 3 months
About 2 weeks but about 2 months to start ollieing over things
It took me around 5 months
Umm like a month but everyday for 1 to 2 hours slaming my head on the same place
Took me about 3 days, I can do it 6/10 times pretty high(for a beginner). I can do it not that high while moving 2/10 times.
Almost 4 months
I am 14 years old to get my Ollie to 10 cm took me a 3 days. But I really didn stop I try and try
It can take 1 year or 3 monthe it your choise
Like 2 months
Since getting the board and practicing almost everyday, almost 2 and a half months.
im at about 5 months now :/
I’m still not very good at the Ollie because my board just goes up and does nothing else.
Practice sliding your front food more outward. Braille skateboarding made simple the Ollie is really descriptive on how to practice that
Bring your foot down the board a bit
2 months practicing every day
A couple of hours to get a tiny ollie but about a month to get it about a foot
A couple weeks to master it
About 2 months to get the back wheel off and then probably another 6 or 7 to do a textbook ollie
Depends how hard you want it and how talented you are
3 months, but it was worth it
It took me about 3 weeks to learn it.
It took me 2 weeks to learn it and I only get a good one like every three tries.🛹🛹
2 days but lifted the board 5 cm
about 2 months
About 3months to get it 3 cm
About a year but it would’ve been faster if I skated more.
For me it took like a week but i barely got off the ground with them now almost a year later i can do them higher but sadly with one foot off off my deck
For me a week or so
I got it off the ground in about 2 days but about a month to get it properly leveled out at about 15cm
3 months and still learning
A few weeks to get mini-rocketed ollies. It has been more than a year ago since i started skating and i still have things to improve on my ollie!
About 1 week
Off and on... About one year
'Bout week, fully understanding how it's doing
It took me two months to get the Ollie now I'm skating for 6 months and I can Ollie pretty high
Marcelo Rea Kneese
3 months to get them good
It’s been three years and I still can’t Ollie
I practiced the movement when I was 10 but I was too small to get off the ground. I’m 16 now first 5 tries I could get it off the ground. My form is horrid but I feel like getting it off the ground at least uses the teeter totter concept. I’ve been wolfing down vids on how to improve form and I’ve been trying to focus on them for now. It’s my 3rd day in and I’m working on a better front foot angle and harder pop. Also working on consistency as well as moving.
About 1 year for a solid ollie
It took me 1 day
A long long time. Once this is done though everything else comes so much quicker
Well on a skateboard to get it fully going on About 2 weeks? But i was practising everyday.
I’ve been practicing about a month and I can get it like 6 inches while moving but when I try it still I get hurt.
About a month
It’s different for everyone. For me it took me a few weeks but once you get it down, a whole wormhole of tricks will open up to u😁
To be honest it took me 4 months to get a decent Ollie about a foot and a half off the ground
Been skating about a month now and I landed my first stationary Ollie last night, took me a lot of time to figure out where my foot position was going wrong, hopefully it shouldn’t take too long to get a moving Ollie down just gotta commit to it
Like 1 week
A day, but got good at them a few months in
Learned it the first day but after 2 weeks they got a lot higher
It took me about 2 months to get it. But I still can't level out the board.
A day lol
it took me over a month i tried it with a penny board because i didnt have a skateboard but when i finally got a skateboard i landed a ollie first try
it honestly took me a few weeks but thats because my foot was trying to do a kickflip motion so i had to work on making my foot not flip the board
A couple months
A couple of days but they get better as you practice
took me about 4 months, but if you try hard enough, i bet you could get it down in a week.
A long time… try to find a skating freind who can teach you
Well when i tried it for the first time it took me like 2-3 days but when i learned it and do it first try it took like a month n a half
☠️☠️King Boarder 2.0☠️☠️
I landed my first Ollie at least an inch after a week
It took me week to get an inch off the ground
It took me about a couple of weeks before I could get them high enough to Ollie over things
For me, it took 2 months.