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When I do the Ollie everything is fine but I come down to the ground on my board the board tips forward and I don't land it.
I am still a beginner too but when i was learning the ollie the same thing would happen to me but then i finally got some advice and i had it in no time, all you have to do is start with your feet farther away from the front length wise and then once you land your feet wont be so far back
When you Ollie you might be sliding your foot to the nose of the board and doing a higher Ollie but that's not what you want to when you are learning the Ollie try keeping your back foot in the same place as well and try standing almost straight up then your Ollie and trick will be golden
When you do your ollie remember to flick up on the nose, it will tip down if you flick down and it will level out a bit better if you flick up
Do an olie Once you going to land it make sure your weight is over your board Do not lean back or forward Keep practicing
Keep your body wait center don't lean forward just keep practicing and you will get it
Don't lean forward. Make sure you don't slide your front foot too high. Don't land on your nose.
Don't lean forward
Lift your back more
Don't slide to much try lifting it till where the bolts end
Keep your shoulders straight and don't turn them
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When you do your Ollie and slide your foot up the nose bring your foot back to land with both feet on the bolts
Try to stay centered over the board. If you lean to either side or front and back the board will follow you.
After your slide your front foot toward the nose of the board and it levels out slide it back to your front truck
Just put your leg farther back so your foot does not land on the tale
Move your front foot back and don't leans your boxy forward.
your feet are sliding up to Farr because you aren't jumping high enough
Aim to land on the bolts. If your landing to much on the nose youll end up in a nose manual or slip out. Try starting the ollie with your front foot a little further back from your front bolts.
Try to spread out your arms and bend your knees
Keep your body centered so that your shoulders and knees are lined up the whole time
You are likely just letting your slide foot hang over the nose when you land. After you slide your foot, make sure it isnt on the nose at all by the time you land.
When you slide your foot up the board you should have the board move forward
Try to keep yoir backfoot on the tail this way your balance stays even.
While moving be sure to keep yourself positioned over the board not farther behind or too far in front
Put more weith on your back foot maby
Put more weight into your back foot when you pop and work on your balance
Ya because your Board tips foward so put pressure on de back
The problem is probably that you are scraping your foot up a lot
You probably scrape your foot up too much
It might be cause your leaning to far forward on the landing. Also try bringing your front foot back more after the slide cause you might be landing a bit on the nose. When I first learnt ollies I would stand off and practice sliding on the nose then back down.
It's probably that your just leaning forward or you slide your foot up too much try to stay leveled with the ground and don't slide your foot up too much look at what your feet are doing.
Lean back more
Try Holding A Fence or something and Practice Balance and land bolts bro
I'm a sponsored skater by a Las Vegas Skateshop. And when I first started Ollie's I always did this. To resolve you from tipping forward move your feet a little more back. Put your foot on the very end of the tail and your other foot a little beneath your bottom bolts.
It seems like you are leaning too far forward. Try to keep your body directly over the board.
Land bolts my dude. keep weight centered and land your feet on the bolts.
loosen your truck's
maybe try leaning back and keeping your shoulders parallel to the board
Try to land on your trucks (the bolds abouve your deck) and lean al litle bit bevor you and then you got it sorry for my Englich
maybe you should lean backward
This used to happen to me to you're just leaning towards you're nose too much you need to try and stay centered over the board
You need to not slide your foot so far up the board. Hope this helps you.
Focus on landing on the bolts
When you slide bring your back foot up and jump as high as you can then pull your front foot back
The same thing happened to me and maybe the problem is that your trucks are to loose.
You gotta make sure you are balanced and have the right foot placement and dont lean to forward or you will get tire bite and fall foward when you land just have good balanced and knees are bent plus good foot placement
Keep your sliding foot straight across the deck and put the ball of your foot on the end of the tail then pop and slide
You must learn one easy trike.Drop-in.And after that you wil land your olly very well
Keep working on it and you will get it at some point
Try to land on the trucks
How I did it was I when I land I try to move my back foot forward just a tiny little bit
Level it out by sliding harder and bringing it back just as I land and land bolts with both feet
Aim for the bolts and lean back
Land with your shoulders parallel to the board and make sure your absorbing impact on your back leg
Place your front foot a little farther back and make share you shoe is dragging the board not just grazing it.
That's because you're sliding your front foot forward to much
Just try to lean back more
Remember to flick straight up not to wards the sides
Just have the tip of your toes in the middle of the board and it should solve your problem
If you learn the Ollie you have to balance youre board in the air
Try to balance your weight when you go down, and bend straight down instead of forward.
Im still learning the ollie as well. Try not to push down with the front foot first. The goal is to pop off the ground and come back down with both feet. You may land awkward but that may be something to try out
Put more weight towards your tail side but not too much and same with the nose
Have more control when swiping up
Lean more back
You might be sliding you back foot forward a bit which could cause you to land on the nose. The back foot should stay on the tail for the whole trick
Try to control your shoulders, they must be ideally parallel to your skateboard
Don’t push s as hard when you land and try to stay back a lil when you Ollie
The same thing happened to me and it is because your back foot comes up higher than the front foot when you try am level the board out and then your front foot catches the board.hope this helps
You need to slide your board up when you Ollie. Hopefully this should allow you to land steadily and when you pop keep your heels over the back of the board so they land on it and not over it when you land
In the air right at the peak of the Ollie, you level out the board.
Bolts. Land inside the outer bolts in the MIDDLE