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The Ultimate Trick Tip: Ollie / Ollieing Higher - How To Ollie

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Uploaded on Jan 20, 2012

~~~~CHECK THE DESCRIPTION - IMPORTANT STUFF!~~~~
If you need help with anything, don't be afraid to leave a comment
1) USE GRAMMAR, CORRECT SPELLING AND BE *DETAILED* WHEN COMMENTING, saying "I can't land it" doesn't help me figure out anything at all
2) PLEASE WATCH THE ENTIRE VIDEO
3) WATCH MY COMMON PROBLEMS VIDEO AS WELL
A lot of the questions/problems you may have will definitely be answered in this video
4) DON'T EXAGGERATE HOW GOOD YOU ARE
Seriously, being truthful helps me give x100000 better advice for you then if you aren't. Don't try to impress me, if you can't get your ollies off the ground or with barely any height, I won't judge you (why would I?)
5) CHECK THE COMMENT SECTION OF THIS VIDEO
If you have a problem, chances are 100000 people have the same problem and I have already made dozens of replies on how to fix it! I will still reply to your comment even if I have already answered your problem to some other guy before, no big deal.

****I reply within one or two weeks as a result of this youtube channel growing and my busy schedule, so PLEASE don't wait for me to reply back! Keep practicing! Check the comments section because chances are other people have the same exact problems as you!****

[Sorry if this tip makes you cringe a bit, this was back when I was new at making trick tips]

The lengths I go for you guys, MUH GAWD. Enjoy! =]

Every Single Ultimate Trick Tip:
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=...

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TRICKS TO KNOW:
- You are comfortable with your skateboard (you can turn, push, cruise, pivot, etc.)
- You can jump onto your skateboard comfortably
- BE COMFORTABLE WITH YOUR SKATEBOARD AND ACTUALLY SKATEBOARDING, I have said "comfortable" 3 times for a reason :P
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TIMELINE - So you can follow along with the video

0:00 Introduction
0:40 THE OLLIE - rolling or stationary
1:06 Ollie Stance
1:32 Starting To Pop The Ollie
2:02 VERY IMPORTANT (#1)
2:17 Just My Experiment That Can Aid You With This trick
----- (tell me if it works or not)
2:55 Dragging Your Foot Up The Board
3:25 VERY IMPORTANT (#2)
3:35 Dragging (cont.)
4:15 What your legs will be doing while dragging - helps with height
4:37 Landing (?)
4:45 ---- Common Problems With Landing
5:14 Important for the people learning how to ollie - what you are looking for
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5:55 OLLIEING HIGHER - TIPS
6:43 ----- The Most Important Concept For People Who Want More Height
7:01 Tweaking / Boning Your Ollies
8:25 END + The Videos I Used In The Corner

A "boned" ollie clip
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8w7ji...
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HELPFUL LINKS to help yourself progress faster and get them quicker:

Watching tricks in slow motion really helps you understand what is going on, I highly encourage you to watch them.
So please take advantage of the slow motion videos I have created (especially my super slow motion kickflips in 1st person (skater's point of view), there's nothing out there on youtube like it)

The Ultimate Common Problems - Ollie/Ollieing Higher (scroll to the bottom for more details about this video):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIu_7O...
Super Slow Motion Ollie - 3rd Person
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jig3u...
Super Slow Motion Ollie - 1st Person (Skater's Point of View)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-Y8D...

Every Single Ultimate Trick Tip:
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=...
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How I would go about learning ollies:

1) Watch my 3rd person AND 1st person (skater's point of view) ollie videos (Found in my HELPFUL LINKS section of this description)
--- Try to see what's going on
2) Watch this video you are on right now in its entirety
--- all 8 mins 53 seconds, watch it all
3) Watch my 3rd person and 1st person videos again
--- just to get a 2nd feel of what's going on
4) Go out and practice for at least an hour or two
5) Go back to this trick tip again and line up your technique with my technique
--- What do I do differently than you?
6) Check out my "Ultimate Common Problems - Ollie" video to see if you have fallen into a common problem I have discussed
7) Don't be afraid to leave a comment, I'll try to help as much as I can
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PART 2 OF THIS TRICK TIP

The Ultimate Common Problems - Ollie/Ollieing Higher:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIu_7O...

Problems discussed in-depth in the Ollie/Ollieing Higher Common Problems Video:
1) Back trucks don't get off the ground
2) Crooked Ollies: You either - land on the tail, your board goes vertical (doesn't level)
3) When you land your toes don't land on the board (this problem can also go for heels not landing on the board)
4) Your board goes in front of you (towards the nose)

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