1. Distinguish the board head and board tail
When a novice is just starting to practice sliding, it is best to rush the board head forward, because when sliding, it is not exactly the same feeling to use the board head in front and the board tail in front. Hold the board in your hand, level with the line of sight, and the head of the board is slightly higher than the tail.
2. Stand on the skateboard
Stand with your feet at the position of the screws on the front and rear wheels, which makes the distance between your feet wider and easier to maintain balance.
3. Slide on the upper board
With your right foot in front (or left foot, according to your own habits), lean forward and place your body’s center of gravity on the center of the skateboard. Push your front foot forward slightly, push your back foot back, and quickly retract your back foot after sliding, and adjust Get your feet right, stand and glide as you did in the previous step.
4. Quickly slide on the board
Pick up the head of the skateboard with your right hand, take a small step forward with your back foot, and then quickly put down the skateboard. Stand with your front foot on the front of the skateboard, push your back foot back, and quickly retract your back foot to quickly start sliding.
5. Stop brake
Directly land on the back foot to stop sliding; in case of emergency, jump directly off the skateboard. Be sure to wear protective gear during practice. Safety is the most important thing!