Longitudinal

List of Exercises for longitudinal movements

Is about moving fore as well as create or release pressure on certain part of the board.

For me this is the movement which determines if you are a good rider or a great rider similar to the speacial ingredients  coca cola uses for the original coke taste.

Shuffle the board back and forwards

-  Stationary

   Lower Body

   Hips

   Upper Body

- Traversing

   Lower Body

             continuous movement throughout the traverse 

   Hips

             continuous movement throughout the traverse

   Upper Body

             continuous movement throughout the traverse

- Turning

   Lower Body

             continuous movement throughout the turn or timed

   Hips

             continuous movement throughout the turn or timed

   Upper Body

             continuous movement throughout the turn or timed

- Bumps

   timed movement

             pushing the board forward going up 

             pushing the board back going down to regain balance

   first while Traversing

   then while Turning

- Turning while

             being Centered

             leaning Forward

             leaning Backward

             then try different combinations

Freestyle

- Tail Press

   Manual

   Wheelie

             stationary

             in motion

- Nose Press

             stationary

             in motion

- Tail Press / Nose Press

   Race

   Longest

             stationary

             in motion

   Highest

             stationary

             in motion

- Ollie

             stationary

             in motion

- Nollie

             stationary

             in motion