Posted on October 22 2015
Developing a strategy when landing tricks is a BIG part of the success professional skateboarders have with skateboarding. In order to successfully land tricks consistently, you have to develop and implement a strategic plan that includes all of the following:
- A list of goals
- A clear picture
- A purpose
Each step plays an important role in your overall strategy. Your chances of success will be much smaller if even one of these steps is lacking.
Skateboarding doesn’t always have to be a struggle. Learning new tricks and landing old tricks consistently can be easy actually, but only if you follow this 3 step formula. Apply this advice to your skateboarding for the next 90 days straight and you are guaranteed to start seeing better results. Using this formula you can land more new tricks, more consistently, and with better style. You will be able to put together multi-trick runs, win games of s-k-a-t-e , place well in competition, get mad respect from your friends, and have more fun than ever.
- Have an organized goal list
- Visualize your tricks happening
- Practice with purpose
Know what you want, which tricks you need to work on. Then set those as goals and create a plan to accomplish those goals. See your tricks happening in your mind as if you were actually doing them. See it all as vividly as you can, because your mind can’t tell the difference between what it vividly imagines and what it actually sees. With this technique you can convince your mind that you can already do the trick. This will increase your confidence and help you land your trick.Practice your tricks, but make sure you’re having fun. If you’re not having fun, then you shouldn’t be skateboarding. To keep yourself from getting frustrated, sprinkle the trick you’re working on in-between your other, easier tricks. Skateboarding shouldn’t ever feel like a chore. It’s supposed to be fun – that’s how you get better and land more tricks consistently with style.