Almost any skateboarding trick that has a “360” in its name counts as intermediate. Intimidating for beginners. Backside 360’s are one of those maneuvers that I would only attempt at a game of S.K.A.T.E. in defense. However, SkatePunk team rider Paul Taylor probably does one as soon as he wakes up, and continues to do them for the rest of the day. It has to be that way because I can’t explain how else he would be so good at it. Do you want to learn BS 360’s? Let them be taught by the master in the video below.
With his newest upload, SkatePunk team rider Paul Taylor definitely does not disappoint us. Starting the video with some clips on a skatepark bench, it’s quite noticeable, that he’s a perfectionist. If the foot is just one inch off, he redoes it until it’s the way Paul wants it to be. Paul Taylor follows it up, with a flatground trick practice where he does both, old and modern-day tricks. Paul finishes the montage with flatbar tricks and a slow-motion compilation.
Are you a skateboard-nerd trying to learn all about our history and subculture? Then, I found the right place to be! It’s YouTube! Not because of some generic vlog where 90% is talking, and the other 10% may be somewhat skateboarding related, no, I am talking about “Rad Rat Video.” He already has a lot of content on his channel, and he publishes new videos three times a week! He’s growing really fast (20k subscribers as of 30th October 2017) thanks to his outstanding videos.
Frequent uploads on YouTube-Channels seems like a necessity for every big content creator. That’s why I highly appreciate the small channels, ran by people that attempt their best to keep a constant upload rate while consolidating that with their private life and a job. The person, I am about to present to you, is a passionate skateboarder who is sharing his progress of trying to (re-)learn how to skate at the age of 38.
I kind of like the idea of just skateboarding, very little talking or other stuff. Now that all that pops up in my subscription feed is vlogs that consist of talking about 95% of the videos, I thought that this sort of edit could be refreshing for you all to watch. Just some skateboarding tricks I like to do with some chill music in the background. Oh yeah, I also threw a backflip in there. I guess that this is Strictly 99% skateboarding then.
A great video from a great rider. Thank you, Ivar for being on the SkatePunk-Team!
We recently built some obstacles and today we took them to the street. For some reason, I feel way more satisfaction in skating those ramps and ledges than going to an utterly clean constructed park.
Here is a video that I still had on my hard drive but never uploaded. So I gave it an extra portion of editing and uploaded it onto my personal YouTube-Channel.