CBS News: “The fastest skateboarding trick is the trick where you put the wheels through the middle of a wall and go into the wall.
If you’ve done that trick and you’ve gotten that much speed, you’re probably the fastest skater in the world.
You have to be very quick to do that.”
And if you’re a beginner or a novice, it can take up to a few hours to master.
But if you’ve got years of tricks under your belt, it takes a lot longer.
“You can start skating on a track or even a wall,” he said.
“If you’ve been playing a sport for a while, that is the first step.
You can get into that and just learn how to skate a little bit.”
And while there are some tricks that require practice, there are also some tricks you just need to get a hang of.
“When you’re practicing a trick that you’ve already mastered, it’s really easy to say, ‘Oh, I should’ve just done this,'” he said, adding that some tricks require some time to perfect.
He also has a secret tip: If you don’t know a trick, don’t try to teach it to someone.
“It doesn’t mean you don.
It means you’re not going to learn it,” he explained.
“What you have to do is to not try to get someone to do it.
It’s not worth it, unless you want to get that speed up and start trying to get it.
If they don’t want to learn, don, I don’t think you can teach it.
That’s why I say, I’m not going into a trick with anybody.
You don’t have to teach anybody what a skateboard is.
You just have to show them that it’s an idea.”
He said it’s not only a skateboarding skill but a science.
“I don’t care if it’s a science, if you can figure out how to do this trick, you can get good,” he concluded.
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