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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-31-2009, 10:03 PM
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alright... i started riding in december and im just getting into doing rails... and im kinda scared. im also scared about doing the jumps... any advice on how to get over the scaredness?






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ha nice thanks for the advice
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Take it slow. Don't do something unless u really want to. Most importantly, if your not having fun, don't even bother doing it.
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start with just practicing ollies on flat ground at first. then progress to doing it at fast and steeper terrain. Then go to small jumps and work your way up.

For rails I would start with boxes first and then progress to rails
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thanks for the advice... i can do flat rails that are as wide as my board and tha are close to the ground.


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