How to Ollie Higher on a Snowboard – Tutorial Video

How to Ollie Higher on a Snowboard – Tutorial Video

Learn how to Ollie higher on a snowboard with this tutorial video. I was going through some of my snowboard footage and I came across some footage of me and my buddies trying to see who could Ollie the highest. So I thought I would share that footage with you guys and use to to give you guys some tips on how you can Ollie higher. So this this my buddy Garrett and he’s about to Ollie passed me and the first thing I want to point out is how much he’s flexing his board. So he’s really driving all his weight back over his tail and then extending his back leg and springing off his tail. Using the tail of his board like its spring. Snowboards are actually build with a lot more pop in this area, with the idea that you’re going to use it in your ollies. So that’s the first part, the second part is look at how much he’s sucking up his knees in the air. Especially his back knee. . This is gonna give him a lot more height, a lot more air time, and just keep him more compact and balanced in the air.Bending your knees like this will also make it allot easier to go for grabs if you were on a jump. Another thing that’s helping him get more air is he’s really using his arms. Just like if you were jumping on the spot, you’re not going jump with your arm glued to your sides, you’re going to use your arm to build moment and help you get into the air. You can see that as he comes in for the Ollie he brings his arms down as he bends his knees, then reaches up with the Ollie to get into the air. The final thing that’s helping him get more air is he’s actually coming into the ollie with some speed. For yourself this may be something that you have to build up too, and go at your own pace as you feel confident, but more speed will definitely help you get more air, and carry your ollie further down the run. Well, I hope these tips will give you an idea of how to ollie higher. If you found this video helpful remember to like, comment and subscribe, check out the trick playlist for more trick tips! and i’ll see ya in the next video!

10 Tricks for Preseason Snowboard Training

10 Tricks for Preseason Snowboard Training Video

10 tricks and skills to practice for preseason snowboard training. Doing this kind of off preseason snowboard training can refresh yours snowboard skills and get you in the mindset to learn new snowboard tricks.
1. Tail Press
The first two trick you can practice are nose and tail presses. These are great skills you can use on the snow, rail and in butters. To get int the press move your hips over your tail, while you bend your leg. A soft or reverse camber board will help you get into the press.
3. Jump (Pop)
Bend your knees, then jump even off your front and back foot. Suck your knees up and keep your board level.
4. Ollie
Move you weight back over your tail, then extend off your back foot. As you spring off your tail suck both knees up to get your board level in the air.
5. Nollie
Move your weight over your nose, then extend your front foot. As you spring off your nose suck both knees up to get your board level in the air.
6. Front 180
For the front 180 start by turning your body forward, then jump even off both feet and twist your hips to bring your board around.
7. Back 180
For the back 180 start by turning your upper body back toward your tail, then jump even off both feet and twist your hips to bring your board around.
8. Nollie 180

Combine a Nollie and twisting 180 to get the Nollie 180.
9. Tripod
For the Tripod turn your upper body and reach down to plant your hands behind your tail. Move all your weight out over your tail to flex your board.
10. Grabs
Practice grabbing your board in different places get used to how each grab feels and build you muscle memory so you’ll know how it should feel in the air.

How to Ollie on a Snowboard – Tutorial Video

How to Ollie on a Snowboard – Tutorial Video

In this video I want to show you how to ollie on a snowboard and give you tips to make ollies super easy to learn. Ollies are the first step to learning tricks and will give you the tools to start hitting jumps in the terrain park.
First, find an easy slope to try ollies on. Set up for the ollie with your board running straight and flat. Your knees should be bent, with your body square to your snowboard.
To get the ollie into the air, move your hips back over you tail. Your front leg will straighten, while bending your back leg. Extend your back leg to spring off the tail of your snowboard.
As you board get into the air suck your knees up. This will get your snowboard level and keep you balanced in the air.
To get ready for the landing extend your legs slightly so that you can get ready to bend your knees and absorb the landing. Ride out the ollie with your snowboard straight. Control your speed by doing a speed check on you heel edge.
Once you have your ollies dialled on an easy slope, take them to side hits, then onto jumps. Let me know how your ollies go, and leave any questions you still have about ollies in the comment box. Check out the Facebook and twitter links in the description for live updates and photos, and Subscribe to see upcoming trick videos.
In the next video I’ll show you how to ollie off a jump with a grab. So tell me what grab should I do in the next video?