Whether you know it or not there are hidden gems in skateboarding. Secrets that professional skateboarders have kept sacred for thousands of years, passed on through generations of pros. Is it just coincidence that Steve Olson has a professional skateboarding son, Alex Olson? What about Tony Hawks up and coming Riley Hawk?  No, it’s not genetics. It’s because they have the secrets. The secrets of skateboarding.

I was recently doing an interview with Ryan Sheckler and saw this bad boy poking out of his pocket. Thinking it was just another publication he was on the cover of, like Thrasher or Seventeen Magazine, I thought nothing of it. But then before the contest, I saw him take it out, scroll through the pages and chant what seemed to be tricks in Latin or Greek. After he performed his chants and heavy breathing, he gave it to his mother Gretchen, who waited patiently by his side. When I asked him “what was that?” he answered inconspicuously “what was what?” like I was on crazy pills. Gretchen looked at me, with furious eyes and walked back, where she held it firmly against her breasts, like she was protecting a young child. I don’t think I have to tell you, he placed first in that contest.

After further research I finally got my hands on the ancient text. I ran home and hugged the text of godliness as I saw Gretchen do, except without her miraculous tits. As I opened it up, I could feel generations of pros knowledge seep into my unconscious. I was Tony Hawk, I was Chad Muska. I couldn’t believe the secrets, that a frontside shove it and a heelflip could make a varial heelflip. That in a kickflip you have to flick AFTER you pop it, not before. After reading, my skating was completely altered, and tricks were unlocked in days, if not minutes. Like a video game.

Obviously, after my revelation, I went back to the skatepark and basically made everyone crap their pants. I had gone from “that guy in the skatepark” to Jesus on a 2×4 on wheels. I’m working stuff out right now with sponsors, but you’ll probably see me on TV soon. I’m talking Colgate, Pampers, Gatorade, CVS – none of those poor skate brands.

-James

PS: I forgot to mention, I’m flying back from Cali right now as I write this, working on my own manuscript “Secrets for Winning El Toro”. With this easy PDF guide, you should have any flip trick and maybe even some airs on lock. Make sure to pick up a copy if you plan on even being considered a professional skateboarder.

Comments

  1. tyler

    May 6, 2015 3:58 pm

    I don’t think skateboardings been around for thousands of years to

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  2. Jenkem guy

    September 8, 2015 2:14 pm

    Tight

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  3. jonathan ryan

    January 20, 2018 3:46 am

    its not bullshit if you actually look at it/read the pdf book… there is a section in it that talks about visualizing yourself actually performing/perfectly executing the skateboard flip trick or grind in your minds eye while your actually standing/rolling on your skateboard right before you actually attempt the trick for real which if you actually do that and commit yourself to doing that every time right before you actually attempt to do the trick you want to do on your skateboard while actually rolling on your skateboard whether it be a kickflip, pop shuvit, switch 360 flip or whatever… when you reach around the 21 day mark which is how long it takes for a new habit to form it will be/become a habit for your mind to always visualize yourself perfectly executing whatever flip trick or grind you wanna do in your minds eye every single time right before you actually attempt the trick on your skateboard allowing you to literally never mess up on a flip trick or grind even if you wanted to… allowing you to easily learn new flip tricks and grinds after only a few attempts using the power of both visualization and your mind which cannot tell the difference between something that is real and something that is vividly imagined and when you use your mind to assist you in learning a new trick or consistently landing ones you already know how to do you can progress and get better at skateboarding alot faster than you normally would the other way without the power of visualization… so no its not bullshit… assuming that the guy who wrote the books name is really tony waters i owe him a huge thanks because i was suckin ass at skateboarding and could even land kickflips until i got a hold of his book the secrets of skateboarding… thanks tony for sharing your skateboarding visualization secrets with me… if you ever read this that is… i owe you a huge thanks

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  4. jonathan ryan

    January 20, 2018 4:19 am

    its not bullshit if you actually look at it/read the pdf book… there is a section in it that talks about visualizing yourself actually performing/perfectly executing the skateboard flip trick or grind in your minds eye while your actually standing/rolling on your skateboard right before you actually attempt the trick for real which if you actually do that and commit yourself to doing that every time right before you actually attempt to do the trick you want to do on your skateboard while actually rolling on your skateboard whether it be a kickflip, pop shuvit, switch 360 flip or whatever… when you reach around the 21 day mark which is how long it takes for a new habit to form it will be/become a habit for your mind to always visualize yourself perfectly executing whatever flip trick or grind you wanna do in your minds eye every single time right before you actually attempt the trick on your skateboard allowing you to literally never mess up on a flip trick or grind even if you wanted to… allowing you to easily learn new flip tricks and grinds after only a few attempts… sometimes even on the first attempt once you pass that 21 day mark of doing it everyday for 21 days straight using the power of both visualization and your mind which cannot tell the difference between something that is real and something that is vividly imagined and when you use your mind to assist you in learning a new trick or consistently landing ones you already know how to do you can progress and get better at skateboarding alot faster than you normally would the other way without the power of visualization… so no its not bullshit… assuming that the guy who wrote the books name is really tony waters i owe him a huge thanks because i was suckin ass at skateboarding and couldn’t even land kickflips until i got a hold of his book the secrets of skateboarding… thanks tony for sharing your skateboarding visualization secrets with me… if you ever read this that is… i owe you a huge thanks

    Reply

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