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Concrete Wave Mag Featuring Skate Clip and Article Submissions from the PublicConcrete Wave Magazine has recently announced in an article on their site that they will feature skate clips from unsponsored skaters if anyone wants to submit their skate clips thru a new page they just released called their Clip Submit page.
Unsponsored Skaters WelcomeDon’t worry Sponsored skaters, they are not excluding Sponsored skaters from submitting, but they did make it clear they are opening up to unsponsored skater submissions (as much, if not more-so than the usual pro level stuff you see on most mags). This has always been the Concrete Wave vibe though, always in touch with skaters of all levels, and all forms, and never really focusing in on just one style or level of the skate world, something that we’ve always liked about the mag.
Instagram, YouTube, or BlogYou can submit Instagram posts, YouTube Videos, or Articles, and they’ll review and re-post them on IG or feature them on their website! I’m sure they can’t feature every single clip that’s submitted, but then again, who knows!
Free Features = Free Exposure / FollowersIt’s worth a shot for any up and coming skaters that want to get some exposure, get some new followers, and boost their skate game thru Concrete Wave, a long standing skateboard magazine who we’ve partnered with in the past and can verify is made by skaters, for skaters, and has been for a long time (15-20 years, something like that).
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Watch this video and learn how to determine the best skateboard size to fit your needs. The guys from Braille Skateboards will answer all your questions on board sizes. It’s all about preference and what works for YOU!
You’ve seen the videos we posted by Aaron Kyro such as the best skate tricks for beginners, skateboarding made simple, and 10 things every beginner should know how to do well. We have all heard the phrase “fake it till you make it” and sometimes it is completely necessary to use. No one wants to look like a beginner at the skate park or in front of their friends, so watch this video if you want to learn how to not look like a complete beginner…Even if you really are ;).
Seriously so many face melting rails in Nyjah latest Nike SB part it’s unreal. He also gets smoked super hard – no spoilers – but oof!! Maybe nobody is surprised, since it’s Nyjah Huston, and we already know he’s insanely talented. But this is next level skateboarding no matter how you look at it, and he’s clearly pushing himself to the limits to take it up a notch. What’s your fav clip in this part?
VL skate outlines the five mistakes beginners make when trying to land new tricks and how to avoid them! The first two are not fully learning the trick and moving on too fast. These two go hand in hand! Muscle memory is the most important thing when getting a new move down. You can try it 100 times and land it 20 times out of that but without creating the proper muscle memory, you won’t be able to retain the trick. The third mistake outlined in this video is losing motivation. It can be discouraging to try something over and over again and not get it, but you can always move onto a different trick and come back to the one you are stuck on another day! The fourth mistake is getting burnt out. If you feel yourself getting tired or frustrated-take a break! The fifth mistake is comparing yourself to others. The only person you should compare progress with is yourself!
You have probably heard of Aaron Kyro, professional skater and Youtube Star. He is known for his Youtube Channel called Braille Skateboarding, where he has many tutorials and skate videos based of his own self-taught methods. In this video above, Aaron helps you build a solid foundation for all of your skating and fundamental tricks. He covers turning, stopping, and everything in between. These are the fundamentals Aaron goes over before diving into the most common tricks-ollies, frontside 180’s, backside 180’s, pop shove it’s, front shove its, heelflips and kickflips. Stick with Aaron and his strategical order of learning the art of skating, and you will go far! Or at least, improve.
In this video from VL skate, they outline the ten things every beginner skater should know how to do well. This list of things may seem like it should go without saying, but many new skaters who pick up a board and immediately try to do tricks without a proper foundation will find that it is a lot harder to improve and move on to more advanced tricks down the road. If you are a beginner you want to listen and make sure you have these ten fundamentals down before you move on to the tougher stuff!