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“Underground Skater Reveals his Secrets to Learning Almost Every Single Skateboarding Trick- In 8 Weeks or Less”The Cold Truth Behind Learning From Friends And Tutorial VideosYou see, most friends and tutorial videos are not very helpful in teaching tricks. Friends can only teach you how they do the trick. Every skater is different, so what works for others might not work for you.Trick tip videos don’t help much either. If you search for “skateboard trick tips” in YouTube, you’ll be bombarded with instructional videos that give useless advice such as, “pop up the board, kick it out, catch it, and land.” Great advice.Even professionally produced videos, such as Transworld’s “Show me the Way” or “Tony Hawk’s Trick Tips” miss many important points.It angers me that people are wasting their time and money on these instructional videos in slight hope that they will improve. The cold truth is that... They Won’t.But…There is some good news... Underground Skater Finally Comes OutI’m coming out from the underground after months of developing methods and techniques to reveal to you real, proven ways to effortlessly learn tricks and land them higher, smoother, and more consistently.Why?I’m sick of seeing all the stupid trick tip and tutorials on skateboarding.I feel it just won’t be right for me to keep all this knowledge to myself and have a ton of fun learning new tricks while the rest of you stay stuck.You see, I have been in your position. I developed these techniques about a year ago, out of pure frustration. One day, after skating for a few hours and not landing a single Kickflip, I slammed my fist down and said, “Screw this! I’m figuring this out”From then on, I worked incredibly hard trying to find a way to make this work. Consider yourself lucky because I didn’t have anyone willing to tell me the secrets like you have today.You're About To Discover These Secrets Today!For More Information Click Here!
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