from the front of the seat to the back...
offsets are determined from center of wheel front to back if bolt holes are front of center then its front-spacing if behind center it's back-spacing measure wheel front to back and then lay wheel on front and measure to back of bolt hole that gives you offset if any.
The back, so it does not jerk forward and hit you.
On a boat, when you are facing the front (the Bow,) the Stern is at your back.
Measure from the front edge of the pitching rubber to the back tip of home plate.
make sure your foot wait are equal if you put your toes out on front foot then you put your heel out on back foot same for putting your front foot in.
The front part closest to the mound.
You put your back foot on the tail of the board and your front foot in the middle and crouch then jump then slide your front foot to the top of the board to balance then land
A jump on a skateboard is known to skaters as an Ollie. In order to do one, you stand with your back foot on the kicktail of the board, and your front foot in the middle of you board. apply pressure to your back foot, and slam it down causing the tail of the board to hit the ground. this will pop the board into the air, raise your front foot and slide it toward the nose of the board. the griptape will allow the board to stay on your feet :)
pop the back with your foot and move your front foot forward to level out the board.
The deck is the top of the board. The rails are the sides. The tail is the back. The nose is the front.