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    Alright guys, this started out as something simple and now its getting complex....so im making a full out trick guide with pictures videos and diagrams.



    http://newschoolers.com/web/forums/r...ead_id/221589/

    I know this stuff can be extremely confusing for someone new to all of the lingo lol, so i thought i would post this up. I know i had trouble learning the difference between bio/misty/underflip or w/e for awhile so i thought this could help out someone out there in need.

    I WOULD LOVE to be able to get footage of all these tricks on skiboards, and be able to put together a simple video that shows them all. So yea, if anyone is up for that, PM me and we can start it.


    Cork
    A cork is a off axis spin that is leaned back, but so that the rider does not go inverted at any point.

    -360
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...05846cork3.wmv
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...arlcork360.wmv
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...rk3tocork5.wmv
    -540
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kbs-...eature=related
    -720
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nT8MG5vW330&NR=1

    Bio
    A forward corking non-inverted spin. Note the lean the rider has forwards at about 360.
    -720
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...ittersweet.mov
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...19PICT3399.AVI

    -900
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...FRANZIBIO9.wmv
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...89041Bio_9.wmv

    -1080
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...5819sw1080.wmv
    (it�s a switch bio 10, but it works, note the lean in the rotation)

    -1260 (CR rules)
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...bio12steez.mpg


    D-spin
    Set the same way a cork is, but is more leaned back. A d-spin is essentially any cork where you become inverted. In all of these videos note how the feet will go above the head.

    -720
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload..._dspinedit.mov
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...in720Cross.mp4
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...791d-spin7.wmv

    -900
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...0ToxicGrab.mpg http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...ideos/d9sg.mov
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload.../dspiedge9.mov
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...in9%5B1%5D.avi


    Rodeo
    A rodeo is not an off axis spin like a cork, d-spin or bio. It is a spin with a FULL inversion, aka, the riders feet at some point in the spin go directly OVER his or her head.

    -540
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...Rodeo5Mute.wmv
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...deo540me!!.wmv

    -720
    http://www.newschoolers.com/ns3/web/...s.php?vid=276& (This one actually is Mike Wilson, way back in 2002)
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...0rodeo%207.wmv (Yes, could be a flatspin, but it looks pretty vertical to me. Looks very close to a underflip 7 as well)
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...th%20Rodeo.wmv


    Flatspin
    Flatspins are very close to rodeos. They are thrown almost the exact same, but the difference is that in a flatspin, the rider never gets completely inverted. Heres a way to think about it: A line extending through you from your head to your toes when you stand up. In a rodeo, this line ends up completely inverted at some point (although your feet can be somewhere else, like leaned back in a tail or a mute or something) while in a flatspin, this line never reaches true vertical. The line between what is a rodeo and a flatspin is understandably very blurry, especially when one considers tweaked grabs and such.

    Check out Corey Vanular doing one: http://www.orageski.com/en/team/team_2_video.html

    -540
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...41951flats.wmv
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...SClayFlat5.mpg
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...19Flat%205.avi

    -720
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...ortonflat7.wmv
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...steveflat7.avi



    Misty

    A Misty is the counterpart of the Rodeo. It is a spin with a front flip. Note in these how you can see the skis go OVER the persons head and wrap around.
    -540
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...bre%202005.avi
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...7229misty5.mpg
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...iken_misty.wmv

    -720
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...ck%20misty.mov
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...ossfalcone.WMV
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...s/763mitch.mpg


    Underflips

    An underflip can easily be mistaken for a rodeo or a misty. It�s an odd rotation: a 90 degree turn off the lip, followed by a lincoln loop up the hill (head faces jump followed by feet) to another 90, landing backwards. See niklas karlstrom in teddybear crisis up the step-up, or in X off of a small snowbank. Vincent Dorion also does these well.

    -540
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...schoolers2.mpg
    http://www.teddybearcrisis.com/Tease...olandLarge.mov (From TBC, watch Niklas�s step up jump)

    -720 (these are really hard to do, this is the only good video I could find)
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...underflip7.wmv


    Overflips
    Baisically the opposite of an underflip, commonly mistaken for a misty 5. 90, lincoln loop downhill (feet face jump followed by head) to another 90, landing backwards. see mike wilson in ready, fire, aim or in superpark 2. These do look almost exactly like misty�s.

    -540
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...20Overflip.wmv





    Backflips and Frontflips

    Pretty self explanatory.

    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...HugeTricks.wmv
    http://www.newschoolers.com/ns3/web/...php?vid=28973&
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...20Backflip.wmv


    Lincoln Loops
    A single inversion, with no spin. Basically, just a cartwheel, where the rider flips to the side, doing a barrel roll.

    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...%20lincoln.wmv
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...20sideflip.wmv
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...%20Lincoln.wmv


    Kangaroo Flip
    A Double flatspin
    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload...31kangaroo.wmv

    Hexo Flip
    A Switch Double Rodeo 1080
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAt_3htp460

    DJ Flip
    Cork 720 to Flatspin 360
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFYKB1MWvVQ

    Double Misty 1080
    Misty 540 to Misty 540
    http://www.skiboardsonline.com/video...oublemisty.mpg

    Double Misty 1440
    Misty 720 to Misty 720
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzx9P...eature=related

    Wilson Flip
    Underflip 540 to Misty 5

    Risky Flip
    D-Spin 720 to backflip
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csIYs...ead_id/380101/

    Pistol Flip
    rodeo 7 to misty 5
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9cH4ngPSN8

    Double Cork Spins
    Combination of two corked spins
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UTXn...eature=related

    Double Front/Back Flips
    2 Frontflips or 2 Backflips off one jump

    Triple Front/Back Flips
    3 Frontflips or 3 Backflips off one jump

    Double Cork
    Spin that becomes corked twice
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UTXnjMmNkY


    Regular Spins
    - go like this and can be either done Fakie or Regular

    180 - 1/2 Rotation
    360 - 1 Rotation
    540 - 1 1/2 Rotations
    720 - 2 Rotations
    900 - 2 1/2 Rotations
    1080 - 3 Rotations
    1260 - 3 1/2 Rotations
    1440 - 4 Rotations
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    For Grinds and Slides a good site to use is
    http://toxboe.net/trickguide
    It is an inline site, but shows the proper foot placement for grinds.

    Please give the animated GIF Files time to load, it will be worth it!

    This is for Frontside and Backside Grinds


    All Frontside and Backside Grinds and Slides can be done while going backwards or fakie (which is called SWITCH) and spins can be added before the grind
    -270 on (3/4 spin onto a rail)
    -450 on (1 1/4 spin onto a rail)
    -630 on (1 3/4 spin onto a rail)

    -You can also butter(spin on the snow) into the spin to hit the rail.

    When exiting the rail you can exit forwards(regular), backwards (fakie), or spin off either
    -naturally = you exit the rail in the same way as you jumped onto it
    -unnaturally = you exit the rail with the opposite spin as you entered it

    Once Again Spin Offs are either
    - 270 off
    - 450 off
    - 630 off

    It is called a Disaster when you land on the rail after gapping off or over something.


    Frontside (Dakota)





    Backside (Ty)




    Fastslide
    - either Frontside Fastslide
    - Backside Fastslide
    Fastslides are somewhat hard. It's a grind with only the front foot. The keys for this trick is speed and balance. (Mark)







    Backslide
    - Frontside Backslide
    - Backside Backslide
    The backslide is like a frontside, except that you lift your front foot, and only grind on the back foot. (Shnook)







    Tabernacle
    A grind in which the trailing foot is on like a frontside but the lead foot is acid. (JoeyAncz)






    Unity
    When doing the unity, your back leg's foot is put in front of the other, so that the leg's foot is grinding in front of the other.





    Savannah
    The Savannah is like a unity, exept that you cross the front leg over the back leg – opposite of the unity. This might seem very unatural to you, and also hard. (Hardcore)


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    Soul Grinds/Slides
    DISCLAiMER-While we technically don't use soul plates anymore, we use the names of the grinds as if we did. (Soul plates were an experiment that never quite worked out)

    Here is some of the lingo

    -When riding forward and spinning toward a rail 180, it is called Alleyoop
    -When riding forward and spinning away from a rail 180, it is called Truespin

    When riding fakie and spinning 180° toward a rail, it is called Inspin
    When riding fakie and spinning 180° away from a rail, it's called Outspin

    When riding fakie and spinning 0 or 90° (sideways) into a grind, it is called "Zero Spin" or just Zero for short. Its also called just a Fakie/Switch On.


    Mizou Grind
    Mizou Grinds can be done straight up or crouched down.
    If you need help with the latter style just as JoeyAncz









    Kindgrind
    Kindgrind is another name for an alleyoop(spin into backwards) topside mizou. (JoeyAncz)







    Pornstar
    Kind of the opposite of a Mizou. (Hardcore)



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    Grab Guide
    -Created using a combination of SBOL/SkiboardMagazine/Toxboe/Newschoolers

    Safety Grab

    Probably the easiest grab to throw. Simply take your right hand and grab under you're right binding on the outside of the skiboard




    Mute grab.

    This grab is done by crossing the skiboards, and using the right hand to grab the outside of edge of the left skiboard in front of the binding.




    Mute Cross




    Liu-Kang

    Once in the air, keep your right leg fully extended straight down. Tuck your left leg in and grab it with the left arm.




    Flying Fish

    Once in the air, bring both knees toward chest. Extend your right leg and lock it. With your right hand grab the right edge of the right skiboard. Can be done opposite hand, opposite side.




    Truck driver

    This grab is done by having both right and left hands grabbing outside edge of the same skiboard (right to right, left to left) arms fully outstretched, in front of toe piece




    Nose Grab

    This Grab involves the right hand grabbing the outside edge of the right skiboard at the tip.




    Japan grab

    This grab is done by reaching your right hand behind your back and grabbing the inside edge of the left skiboard at or behind the back of the bindings





    StaleFish

    Once in the air, extend your right leg straight in front of you, locking the knee. Bend your left leg and twist it so its parallel to the ground so that the left skiboard is parallel with the right leg. With left hand grab the inside of the right skiboard, looks better at the tip. With right hand grab the bottom of left skiboard at binding under your butt.


    Critical grabs

    This grab is very similar to japan grabs, except instead of being grabbed behind the binding, you grab in front of the binding. So you reach across your body, grab the inside of edge of the left skiboard with right hand, in front of toe piece.


    Toxic grabs

    This grab is done done by crossing the fronts of the skiboards, then grabbing the inside edge of the right skiboard with the right hand.


    Parallel grab
    Reach over knees and grab the left foot with the right hand.


    Blunt Grab

    This Grab is done by grabbing the outside edge of the right skiboard with the right hand, but with the skiboards uncrossed


    Crouton Grab

    This Grab is done by grabbing japan with the right hand then grabbing the inside edge of the left ski with the left hand.


    Rocket Air


    This grab is done by extending both legs forward and uses one hand to grab the skiboard opposite of hand.
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    More Grinds

    Fahrvergnugen
    both skiboards tilted forward, sliding on your sidewalls.





    Royale
    both skiboards with back on edge.




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    Wow dude, this is a HUGELY helpful resource. I didnt know all of those grinds, and the kangaroo flip is Insane. I wanna do one.
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    i just realized without knowing when i posted this that newschoolers has a clip of adam lynam doing a dspin 7 in the guide

    http://media.newschoolers.com/upload..._dspinedit.mov
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    Great post. Sticky This!!


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    Spruce 120s(x2), ALPs(x3), Lacroix 99's, BWPs.

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    Pro Prime Riser/Rossi Bindings(x2).
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    So Ty, maybe you can answer this. Is the Yoda grab a real thing? I heard of it last year but have been unable to find an image or video of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godofmedia View Post
    So Ty, maybe you can answer this. Is the Yoda grab a real thing? I heard of it last year but have been unable to find an image or video of it.
    yea its a real thing, i saw some pics of it somewhere, its also kind of like an abstract. It looks really ugly tho haha let me see if i can find the pic

    i looked it up and its on the sbol trick guide

    Abstract (aka Yoda) - Once in the air, tuck your knees up while crossing your skiboards under you. hold them there as long as possible. abstracts do not involve grabs typically

    - but i have seen them down with both skiboards grabbed....and i gotta say it looks really ugly imo
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    I think it would look pretty cool with a 360 added in.
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    This is the same as this am i not mistaken? http://skiboardsonline.com/html/tricks.htm

    this goes a little more in depth
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    Quote Originally Posted by rie202 View Post
    This is the same as this am i not mistaken? http://skiboardsonline.com/html/tricks.htm

    this goes a little more in depth
    theres actually quite a few differences...

    I don't list every inline grind...although i have to add some sick new ones ive seen in freestyle skiing



    This is a fahvegnugen/full torque. both skis tilted forward, sliding on your sidewalls.



    opposite of a farf, a royale, both skis back on edge.

    One off the top of my head is the definition of bio among other things. This one also features videos instead of rough descriptions.
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