bjornr-g wrote:I love shuv-its defiantly one of my favorite tricks. The main things that I find with them is to make sure you back foot is on the tip of the tail, for the maximum amount of pop. Then I put my front foot in the middle of the board, like for an ollie. If I want my pop shuv to be good I think about popping the board as straight up as possible, then guide it with my front foot. I try to keep the board in front of me so I can see it and get it to pop higher. Almost like kicking your feet in front of you, reaching for the catch. Bring you feet back down hard and stop it.
I hope this helps.
Eryic wrote:go faster, kick down way harder, and jump higher
gleebs wrote:man, you're setup is so primeee
Ethan wrote:is it ok if i steal your setup? haha its so sweet
Ethan wrote:late post but the way i mastered my pop shuvits was by watching pros do them in slow motion, haha
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