Sunday, April 14, 2024
InstructionalAdvancedFront Roll Scorpion - with Tom Court

Front Roll Scorpion – with Tom Court

In this short clip I talk through one of my favourite tricks to do on a bootstrap board, its the front roll one footer or front roll scorpion as I like to call it (not sure if that’s the official name, but it is now). Its a fairly simple trick, but takes some practice and technique to get it down smooth and really add some style and flair to it!

If you have any questions or any tricks that you would like me to talk through, subscribe to my channel and comment bellow. I will try to do one of these videos each day during the #lockdown so that you can keep learning whilst at home. Visualisation is key during this time so that you are ready to improve as soon as you get back on the water!!

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