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Salad Grind: Execute the 5-0 grind (above) only, in a crooked form. The back trucks should be grinding and the front trucks off the rail, angled up and away from the rail. The front trucks should be hovering with the nose pointing up at 45 degrees or less. Land smoothly by riding off the rail.
Crooked Grind: Execute the k-grind in exactly the same way only instead of letting the back trucks hang off the rail, put more force on the front so that the back truck is angled upwards pointing roughly 45 degrees or less up.
Darkslide: Position your fingers for an ollie. In order to execute this trick, you have to master the heelflip/kickflip and the pop-shove-it. For this trick, as you approach the grinding surface, start with a pop-shove-it (See above). Once your board starts the spin, add a heelflip/kickflip to it. The board should be rotating and spinning. Once the griptape is facing down, and the pop-shove-it is 90 degrees to the direction the original position was, land it on the grinding surface. At this point, you should have your board griptape facing down and your fingers should be on the side with your trucks and image. The grinding surface should be in the middle of the board. Finish the grind and now for the harder part, the landing of the trick. You need to get the board facing upright again and also pointing the right direction. So the objective is to finish the other part of the heelflip/kickflip and pop-shove-it you started off with. The hard part is you have to do it on the underside of the board. Practice makes perfect =)
Kasper slide: Execute a kickflip/heelflip (see above) onto the rail and land with your griptape facing down. The board should still be pointing in the direction of the rail (50-50). Put your pointer finger under the griptape and the other finger on the board graphics which should be facing up at this point. Kickflip/heelflip to land it again.
Primo grind: This is extremely difficult. It is basically a 50-50 grind with the side of your board, trucks pointing vertical. Position your fingers for an ollie. Execute half a kickflip/heelflip and land on the side of your board on the rail. Grind with the board pointed in the direction of the rail. Then just tap the griptape side of the board and it should flip back to its original position when you want to land it. Getting it on the rail and balancing it is difficult so practice practice practice.
90-90/Dragslide (Made Up): A little invention. Start off like a 50-50, facing the rail and ollieing onto it. Except this time don't land in the middle of the trucks. Land between the truck and wheel of one side. It should be grinding right next to (against) one side's wheels. With one side of the wheels/trucks grinding, the board should still be facing the direction you are travelling in. Land and roll away. Note: Can be easily landed by executing a kickflip/heelflip as well.
Rear Dragslide (Made Up): Another invention. Do the 90-90 grind (see above) except land with the nose pointing up and trucks up. Land and roll away.
Front Dragslide (Made Up): Another variation of the 90-90. This time, land the 90-90 except with the tail and back trucks pointing up.
Crooked Dragslide (Made Up): Execute the 90-90 grind only land diagonally. The opposite sides' wheel/truck should be grinding. For example, if your rear right wheel + truck is grinding, then your front left wheel/truck will be grinding against the rail.
Over The Gap(Made-Up): This is the act of grinding on two rails at the same time. The two rails can be different elevation if wanted. Execute any grind that allows your board to slide over two surfaces with a gap in the middle. Talk about having your feet in two boats. =P
Vert and ramp tricks
Note: Vert and Ramp tricks can be basically anything. Flips and spins are often done on verts and ramps. Grinds can be done on the coping (lip) of the ramp. Just make sure to land properly with the board parallel to the vert/ramp surface.
Vert: Travel up a ramp and come back down it without changing directions.
Cabbalerial: While riding a fakie (see above), travel up the ramp and complete a 360-shove-it (see above) in the air and come back down the ramp without grabbing (see above).
Half Cab: Execute the same thing you would for a cabbalerial (see above) except do a pop-shove-it (180 ollie) instead of the 360. Head back down the ramp without grabbing.
Axle Stall: Travel up a ramp and as you approach the coping, turn so that the trucks rest on the coping. It should look like a 50-50 grind that isn't moving. Rotate your board 90 degrees back down and move into a fakie.
Fakie Rock: Travel up a ramp and once you hit the end or the coping (edge of ramp), tap the middle of your board on the coping (similar to the boardslide, see above). This should have been done with your tail and nose jutting out without touching any part of the ramp. Rock backwards down the ramp.
Feeble: Travel up a ramp and once you hit the coping, lock your back trucks onto it. In a smooth immediately motion, push your forward finger (index) to push the side of the board down 90 degrees. One of the front wheels should now be touching the flat top of the ramp. The board's griptape should be parallel to the ramp surface, and the side of the board parallel with the flat top. Tilt your index finger back returning to a position to go down the ramp.
Blunt: Travel up a ramp and once you hit the coping, continue going and allow your back trucks to leave the surface of the ramp. Tap your tail on the ramp surface with your back trucks resting on the flat top. Your board should still be perpendicular to the ground. The tap of your tail on the ramp should bring your board into a nollie in order to go back down the ramp. So the landing part of this trick will be a nollie which is done perpendicular to the ground.
Fakie Nollie: While riding a fakie (see top), position for a nollie. Execute the nollie while in riding a fakie. This isn't easy to do. It would help if you had grippier griptape or scratched off a bit to provide a stick coating where grip tape was.
Board Twitch: Position for an ollie (See top). Aim for a high ollie and as it starts levelling out, twitch the board one way slightly and move it back. Land it as you would normally.
Walk The Dog: Position for an ollie (See top). Use your tail finger and pivot the board 180 degrees. Then keeping your tail finger in position (in this case it should be in front) put your index behind it, so you should be riding fakie on the front of the board.
Benihana: Position for an ollie. Get massive air and in mid-air as you start levelling out, stick out your thumb and let the board land on it. All your other fingers should not be in contact with the board. Balance the board as long as possible and land it. This is extremely hard as it requires precision, timing and balance.
Crossbone: Execute the ollie and gain alot of air. While in mid-air (45 degrees) place your thumb on the nose of the board. Land with your usual finger positioning and roll away.
Over the lil: Ollie down/off stairs or any inclined plane.
Up the lil: Ollie up/over stairs or any inclined plane.
Typhoon (Made Up): Position your index in the middle of the board, and your other finger on the corner of the tail. Press down firmly and hard on the corner of the tail, while you lift your index finger. The board should be spinning off in different directions. It usually spins diagonally. The only problem is this is nearly impossible to land due to its inconsistent spinning.
Nose Uni-Manual: Ride and balance the board so that it is doing a manual only on one of the front wheels.
Tail Uni-Manual: Ride and balance the board so that it is doing a manual on one of the back wheels.
Cheating Tricks: These tricks should not be done for any other reason than fun or goofing around. This is considered cheating. And cheating is not a good thing.
Cheat Kickflip: Put one of your fingers near the side of the board located halfway between the tail and the nose. Push hard on that side and the board should flip. This is very hard to land as it spins in all sorts of ways unimaginable.
Cheat Ollie: If you can't do an ollie then you shouldn't be fingerboarding at all. lol. This is a cheat version that is only done for fooling around. Put your fingers in an ollie position except add your pinky underneath the tail. Lift and do an ollie perfectly.
Cheat Frontflip: Put your back tail end finger underneath the tail part of the board. Jerk up your finger quickly and in a forward direction. It should flip forward. The hard part is landing as it's inconsistent.