Have you tried this on dry ground to kinda get the feeling of landing on a rail.I've been having a whole passel of trouble learning this trick onto a rail. I seem to ALWAYS drift off the far side of the rail. Do I need to press more into the side? Or really focus on leaving the lip dead parallel to the rail?
Pop. No idea why other people are telling you to ollie.P.S. do I Ollie then 180? Or pop off both feet then 180? Thanks for the advice so far guys!
just remember you need your upper half to stabilize everything so your lower half can handle the finesse of locking etc. again just over having your shoulders be in some kind of perpetual motion.I realize that truth. I just didn't know which was the better technique.. Ollie like a skateboard then 180 or pop off both feet like you would for a booter then 180.