Besides rails, ramps, and other types of obstacles that you can use with your fingerboards, Tech Deck also has some great ones. You can use them to have a lot of fun. However, if you don’t have a lot of money, these things aren’t very important because you can use pencils, staplers, books, and binders instead. You can use this to grind, slide, or even do an ollie.
Choose a trick that you want to learn. You start by putting your index finger in the middle of the fingerboard. Then, put your middle finger on the back of the board.
Use your middle finger to shove it in your direction. Do a light flip towards you. Turn the board around and put pressure on your index finger to control it.
Tricks for the keyboard
Tricks to flatten and flip your fingers on the finger board
You should slap the tail back with your middle or ring finger (goofie) and it should pop up. Slide your index finger to the nose while you are in the air to level this out. This may not work at first. If this is the case, try to go back first to finish this trick.
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When you do the fakie ollie, you don’t level out the board. Instead, you go back in the direction the tail is going. It might be necessary to scrape off the grip tape with a razorblade to make it sticky for this trick to work. The Fingers of Fury video shows one of the guys with his board like that.
If you hit the tail of the skate, you do an ollie. If you hit the nose, you go from there.
Fakai Nollie is the name of the person who wrote this.
The same as the fakie ollie, except you’re going forward and you push down with your nose. If you can’t do the fakie ollie, look at the note above that talks about that move.
When you do this, the board spins around 2 1/2 times around. You have to push much more hard on the tail, so the board spins around 180 degrees (5 if in increments of 180 turns). Works best when there is a lot of air. It can be learned on flat land.
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An ollie is the first thing you should do when you start. Then, twist your hand to the left so that the board is level. Then, make sure you land well. This can be tricky.
OLLIE IS VERY COOL.
Take off the board when it has done a full kickflip and land on your nose. It is hard at first, but don’t give up. Keep going and keep going.
It looks like you’re doing an ollie. Instead of keeping the board on your fingers as in the example above, let it flip over one finger like a flip and land on the ground with your finger in the middle (nose over tail). If you use your pinky, someone has called it “pinky impossible.”
Almost the same as its cousin the impossible, except you use your ring finger to go backwards sideways with the board. Wait for the board to come back around your finger and turn 360 degrees. Take hold of the board with your pointer finger, then turn the board upright and land it on the ground.
Afterwards, pull your middle finger or ring towards you in an ollie (like the one shown above). This is how it should work: Before you land, the board should turn 180 degrees with its wheels down.
If you want to make this game a little different, you turn the board 360 degrees instead of 180 degrees. You can try this trick with a 540, 720, and maybe even a bigger number. A note: You might have to do a really high ollie in order to get some of the higher turn shove-its that you want.
With your middle or ring (goofie) on the side you are going, you ride the board backward.
A lot of people have changed their sex.
To do the sex change, start with a kick-flip and twist your hand so you move your fingers.
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Push the back of the board down with your middle (normal) or ring finger to do a hard flip (after executing the ollie). Before the board is level with the ground, do a half heelflip. This is for all of you who own tony hawk. You can find it in the trick tutorials section. Heel and backflip in one: It’s like half of both of these moves put together.
Another way to do a hardflip is to do a hardflip two times.
Pressure Flip is the name of the game.
It’s like the hardflip and the ollie. An ollie, but when you’re leveling it out, kick the tail down to make it spin like a hardflip, then land it the same way.
There is only one wheel on a 1 wheela.
When you push down on the front or back of the board, the board should now only be on one truck. For a frontside, go in the direction of the tail or nose, and for a backslide, go the other way.
Then, raise the board. There are ways to start it off. A little less than 90 degrees to the ground, then spin the board by pulling your index finger toward you and land it. This is how you do it.
Varial kicked off with a flip.
A hybrid of a pop shove it and a kickflip. You start with a shove it, but then pull your fingers in to get the kickflip part in, like you see above. Watch the board as it flips and turns, and wait until it reaches the point where you started out, grip tape up, before you start riding. In order to get the timing down for this trick, it may take a while.
Do the same thing as the kickflip, but instead of pulling your pointer finger toward you, kick it out by putting the nail of your pointer finger against the edge of the board closest to you and pushing out so the board spins away from you. This is a cousin of the kickflip.
Varial, flip your head
When you do a varial kick flip, you shove it and then flick out to get into the heelflip. Now land it with grip tape up.
This trick needs a smooth, vertical surface. Make your way up on it and go back and forth with the fingerboard facing the ground.
To do this trick, start with an ollie or get some crazy air off of a ramp. Twist the board a little one way, then twist it back and land it.
Will finder skateboarding stay as popular as it is now? It’s not clear. Skaters like me, who go to skate parks as often as possible and finger skate every night, are more likely to be into it.
If you haven’t tried it, I think you should.