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    kentilos1112

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    Post by kentilos1112 on Sat Nov 13, 2010 9:49 pm

    Guys I'm new to this thing and very interested on learning and collecting. ano kaya magandang bilhin para sa newbie? ung singles or starter set?
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    Post by rootsbloodyroots on Mon Nov 15, 2010 8:09 am

    It doesn’t really matter which pack you will be buying to start your fingerboard experience. The starter set does not comprise any idea why it is or should be called a starter set. Any package or set can be your personal starter set. The most important is you have your deck with trucks and wheels, your tool and the most important, your desire to learn and the patience to work harder to complete your desired trick. You can try the competition series, the flow of the wheels is so much stunning and the deck is like a real 7 inch freestyle skateboard. Competition series is so easy to play with, street tricks, grinds, slides, manuals, flips etc... name it man... it’s even good with techdeck halfpipes! Freaking awesome, i tell you!!!... check with instructional videos if you can, it will show proper execution on diff tricks mostly the basics but don’t limit yourself to only what they will instructs you. Please remember that on a real skateboard, though there are instructions to perform a trick, it is still the skater’s way of how he will perform the trick. Again, innovate your skill, explore and exploit... techdeck is freedom and fun... enjoy man...
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    Post by Johnny on Mon Nov 15, 2010 12:52 pm

    rootsbloodyroots wrote:It doesn’t really matter which pack you will be buying to start your fingerboard experience. The starter set does not comprise any idea why it is or should be called a starter set. Any package or set can be your personal starter set. The most important is you have your deck with trucks and wheels, your tool and the most important, your desire to learn and the patience to work harder to complete your desired trick. You can try the competition series, the flow of the wheels is so much stunning and the deck is like a real 7 inch freestyle skateboard. Competition series is so easy to play with, street tricks, grinds, slides, manuals, flips etc... name it man... it’s even good with techdeck halfpipes! Freaking awesome, i tell you!!!... check with instructional videos if you can, it will show proper execution on diff tricks mostly the basics but don’t limit yourself to only what they will instructs you. Please remember that on a real skateboard, though there are instructions to perform a trick, it is still the skater’s way of how he will perform the trick. Again, innovate your skill, explore and exploit... techdeck is freedom and fun... enjoy man...

    Can you give me a link on your videos i failed in getting a good kickflip Crying or Very sad
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    Post by rootsbloodyroots on Mon Nov 15, 2010 1:40 pm

    Sorry bro, pero wala pa akong video, pero im working on it na... check mo si Andrew King sa youtube, siya ung first flatface fingerboard champion. Sick ung mga tricks niya... astig... gagawa rin tayo niyan sa pinas... medyo kulang pa budget namin para sa high end film camera, but we're planning to produce high quality demos... high def kasi ung mga video ni Andrew king... siya ung pinaka proper na fingerboard kickflip na nakita ko so far.
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    Post by kentilos1112 on Mon Nov 15, 2010 6:38 pm

    rootsbloodyroots wrote:It doesn’t really matter which pack you will be buying to start your fingerboard experience. The starter set does not comprise any idea why it is or should be called a starter set. Any package or set can be your personal starter set. The most important is you have your deck with trucks and wheels, your tool and the most important, your desire to learn and the patience to work harder to complete your desired trick. You can try the competition series, the flow of the wheels is so much stunning and the deck is like a real 7 inch freestyle skateboard. Competition series is so easy to play with, street tricks, grinds, slides, manuals, flips etc... name it man... it’s even good with techdeck halfpipes! Freaking awesome, i tell you!!!... check with instructional videos if you can, it will show proper execution on diff tricks mostly the basics but don’t limit yourself to only what they will instructs you. Please remember that on a real skateboard, though there are instructions to perform a trick, it is still the skater’s way of how he will perform the trick. Again, innovate your skill, explore and exploit... techdeck is freedom and fun... enjoy man...

    Thank you sir, I've bought a birdhouse this afternoon, I guess I won't open it yet, instead buy a competetion series. I've been watching instructional videos ng sk8rtv sa youtube lately. thank you Smile
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    Post by rootsbloodyroots on Tue Nov 16, 2010 6:46 am

    good for you man... PATIENCE is the key... dont tire yourself when practising a trick... relax and enjoy lang bro... magugulat ka, you'll end up learning or executing other tricks sa kakapraktis mo... minsan nakakafrustrate lalo na pag hindi mo makuha ung isang trick... pero remember na some tricks cant be done overnight... it takes a lot of practice to mold it in perfection... enjoy lang bro..
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    munch28

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    Post by munch28 on Thu Dec 09, 2010 9:34 pm

    same as him, first time ko lng magppraktis nito and im so much interested, grabe ollie lang di ko pa magawa, nagagawa ko naman pero ndi gnun kataas at kaperfect pero gnun lng tlga cguro kc wla pa kong 1 week nagppraktis e, hahah.
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    Post by jhulz_525 on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:02 am

    lagyan mo ng puso ang paglalaro at makukuha mo din yan...

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    Post by munch28 on Tue Dec 14, 2010 12:46 pm

    thanks boss! ako ung nagtatanong sayo ng wooden deck, pero di na muna ko magwwooden sa ngayon kc praktis plang nman, medyo nakukuha ko na ung ollie. heheh.
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    Post by jhulz_525 on Thu Dec 16, 2010 11:46 am

    munch28 wrote:thanks boss! ako ung nagtatanong sayo ng wooden deck, pero di na muna ko magwwooden sa ngayon kc praktis plang nman, medyo nakukuha ko na ung ollie. heheh.


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