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Paddling
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Lineup Rules
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Sit ‘n’ Spin
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Front Hand Vs Back Hand
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When a rider stands on the board, they need to have one foot in front of the other, perpendicular to the rails. Standing with the left forward, is called “Regularfoot,” while standing with the right foot forward is known as being “Goofyfoot.”
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Bottom Turn
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A good bottom turn helps you set up the rest of your ride.
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Section Connection
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Switchstance
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Board Design I
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Board Design II
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There are many elements of a longboard that make it ride the way it does. In this episode we’ll talk about rocker and fins.
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