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How To Nose Press Back 1
How To Nose Press Back 1

Spinning out of a feature is challenging at first, but once you have it on lock, it really steps up your jib game and adds a ton of style to your riding! The Nose Press Back 1 is very similar to the Nose Press Front 1, but if you haven't tried either, we'd recommend learning the Front 1 first as most riders find this easier. 

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How To Nose Press Front 1
How To Nose Press Front 1

If you are looking to add more style to your riding than look no further! Nose presses are a great way to add style to your riding and can be done off almost any feature.

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How To Backside 540
How To Backside 540

When learning Backside 540's, there are two crucial tricks you need to have perfected, before attempting the Back 5. These are the Backside 180 and the Backside 360. Both of these tricks make up the framework for spinning a Backside 540 and if you have them perfected a Back 5 should come with ease. If you're not quite ready for a Backside 540, check out our tutorial on How to Backside 360.

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How to Tailpress Backside 180
How to Tailpress Backside 180

The Tailpress Back 1, is the sister trick to the Tailpress Front 1. It is important to have Tailpress Front 1's on lock before you attempt this trick as most people find a Tailpress Back 1 more difficult to execute. 50-50 Back 1's are also a good way to practice as they will give you the same feeling as a counter rotated Back 1 out.

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How To Tailpress Front 1
How To Tail Press Frontside 180 Out

Before you attempt the Tailpress Front 1, make sure your good at 50-50 Front 1's and Tail Presses. A Tailpress Front 1 is the combination of these two tricks. It can also be called a 5-0 Front 1, which is what skateboarders refer to it as.

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