How to Do Tech Deck Tricks

A lot of people don’t know how to do Tech Deck tricks. In this blog post, we’ll show you some of the most popular tricks and how to do them.

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The Ollie

The Ollie is one of the most basic and essential tricks in tech decking. It is the starting point for most other tricks. It is a simple jump, but once you learn how to do it, you can move on to other, more complicated tricks. In order to do an Ollie, you need to put your finger on the back of the deck and flick it up.

What is an Ollie?

An Ollie is a skateboarding trick where the skater pops the board into the air without using their hands. It is considered one of the most fundamental skateboarding tricks and is essential for anyone who wants to learn how to skateboard.

How to do an Ollie

The Ollie is one of the most basic, but essential skateboard tricks. It is the very first move you need to learn in order to start skateboarding. It is also the basis for almost all other tricks. Once you learn how to do an Ollie, you can start learning how to do other more advanced tricks.

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to do an Ollie:

1. Start with your skateboard on the ground. You can have someone hold it for you, or you can place it against a wall or something else to keep it from moving.

2. Place your front foot on the board in the middle of the deck. Your feet should be about shoulder-width apart.

3. Bend your knees and lean forward, placing your weight on your front foot.

4. Kick your back foot off of the ground and up into the air, using your front foot to “pop” the board up into the air as well. As you do this, make sure to snap your ankles so that your board pops up higher.

5. As the board starts to come back down, place your back foot on top of the deck in between your two feet (in the same position as it was when you started). Make sure that you land lightly on your toes and not flat-footed, otherwise you will lose balance and fall down!

6. Ride away!

The Kickflip

A Kickflip is one of the most popular skateboard tricks. It looks impressive and is not too difficult to learn. The key to doing a good kickflip is to practice and get the timing down. In this article, we will show you how to do a kickflip on a Tech Deck mini skateboard.

What is a Kickflip?

A Kickflip is a skateboarding trick where the skater flips their board 360 degrees using their back foot. The front foot is used to stabilize the board and keep it from flipping over. The back foot kicks up and out, flipping the board. Once the board has completed its flip, the skater catches it and continues skating.

How to do a Kickflip

To do a kickflip on a tech deck, you will need:
-A tech deck
-A flat surface
-Your hands

1. Place your tech deck on the flat surface in front of you.
2. Place your left hand on the deck about an inch from the front end of the deck, and your right hand on the deck about an inch from the back end of the deck.
3. Apply pressure to the back end of the deck with your right hand and flick your wrist up and forward quickly. This will cause the front of the deck to pop up into the air.
4. As the front of the deck pops into the air, quickly bring your left hand up and over the top of the deck, flipping it over in mid-air.
5. Catch the deck with your right hand as it comes down, and place it back on the flat surface in front of you.

The Heelflip

Heelflips are one of the basic tricks on a Tech Deck. The first thing you need to do is get comfortable with flipping your board. Place your front foot in the middle of the board and your back foot hanging off the back. When you’re ready, jump up and flick your back foot while using your front foot to pop the board. As the board pops into the air, tuck your knees and let the board rotate around your front foot.

What is a Heelflip?

A heelflip is a skateboarding trick where the skater kicks the tail of the board and flips it over. The skateboarder then catches the board on their feet before riding away.

How to do a Heelflip

Learning how to do a heelflip on a Tech Deck is not as difficult as it may seem. With a little practice, you’ll be able to perform this popular skateboarding trick like a pro in no time.

Here’s how to do a heelflip on a Tech Deck:

1. Start by placing your Tech Deck on the ground in front of you.

2. Place your front foot on the center of the deck, and your back foot just behind the back trucks (the part of the deck that holds the wheels).

3. Apply pressure to the center of the deck with your front foot, and quickly flick your back foot downwards towards the ground. The momentum should cause the deck to spin around 360 degrees, and land back on top of your front foot.

4. As the deck starts to come back around, use your back foot to guide it into place. Keep your feet close together throughout the trick, and land with both feet on top of the deck in a skating stance.

The Pop Shove-It

The Pop Shove-It is one of the most popular skateboard tricks. It’s a relatively easy trick to learn, and once you’ve mastered it you can use it to link together other tricks. The Pop Shove-It is also a great way to impress your friends. In this article we’ll show you how to do a Pop Shove-It.

What is a Pop Shove-It?

A Pop Shove-It is a basic street skateboarding trick. It is performed by popping the skateboard up into the air, then shoving it sideways with your back foot while catching it with your front foot. The result is a 180-degree rotation of the board.

The Pop Shove-It can be performed on any surface, but is most commonly done on flat ground or on a ramp. To perform the trick, you will need a skateboard, a level surface, and enough space to safely land the trick.

1. Start by standing on your skateboard with your feet shoulder-width apart. Bend your knees slightly and lean forward so that your weight is evenly distributed between your front and back foot.

2. Place your back foot on the tail of the skateboard and grip the deck with your front hand.

3. Keeping your back foot stationary, use your front hand to push the nose of the board up into the air. As you do this, transfer your weight onto your back foot.

4) As the board reaches its apex, quickly shove it sideways with your back foot while catching it with your front foot. The result should be a 180-degree rotation of the board. Catch the board with both hands to maintain balance and control as you land.

How to do a Pop Shove-It

The Pop Shove-It is a classic skateboarding move that can be done on any board with pop. The trick is to shove the nose of your deck down and away from you while jumping off the ground and popping the tail up. This will cause your deck to spin around in midair and land back on the ground ready to ride away.

There are a few things you need to know before you try this trick. First, you need to make sure your deck isThe Pop Shove-It is a classic skateboarding move that can be done on any board with pop. The trick is to shove the nose of your deck down and away from you while jumping off the ground and popping the tail up. This will cause your deck to spin around in midair and land back on the ground ready to ride away.

There are a few things you need to know before you try this trick. First, you need to make sure your deck is The Pop Shove-It is a classic skateboarding move that can be done on any board with pop. The trick is to shove the nose of your deck down and away from you while jumping off the ground and popping the tail up. This will cause your deck to spin around in midair and land back on the ground ready to ride away.

There are a few things you need to know before you try this trick. First, you need to make sure your deck is sturdy and will not break when landing back on the ground. Second, practice this move without jumping first so that you get a feel for how much power you need to generate with your shove. Once you have those basics down, it’s time to give it a go!

The180

The180 is a simple but effective Tech Deck skateboarding trick that looks really cool when done correctly. You just need a bit of practice to get the hang of it. This tutorial will show you how to do the trick step by step.

What is a 180?

A 180 is a skateboarding trick where the skater ollies (jumps) and spins around 180 degrees in the air, before landing on the deck again. The180 can be done on any surface, but is most commonly done on half-pipes, ramps and bowls.

How to do a 180

The180 is a basic move in skateboarding and BMXing. It is also a very popular move in Tech Deck skating. To do a 180, you first need to know how to ollie. The ollie is the most basic move in skateboarding, and it is essential for performing any skateboarding trick. Once you have mastered the ollie, you are ready to learn the 180.

The180 is performed by jumping into the air and spinning your Tech Deck 360 degrees. When you land, you should be facing the opposite direction from which you took off. The180 can be done on any surface, but it is most commonly done on flat ground or on a ramp.

To help you learn the180, we have put together a step-by-step guide with pictures. Follow these steps and practice until you have mastered the move.

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