no, sometimes i don't hit the ground when I'm doing an ollie but you don't do as high :)
You lift the nose of the board up as if you were doing an ollie, but do not let the tail or the front wheels touch the ground. It is a very hard trick but if you practice it will eventually come to you.
Yes The slower you go the higher you will be able to ollie because your tail is not scraping the ground nearly as much which allows you to pop higher.
No. The kangaroo's tail is vital for balance. The tail must be able to touch the ground when the kangaroo jumps.
Basically yes but there are a few basic requirements for it actually to be an ollie first of all you have to be sliding your front foot, you have to pop the tail right to the floor, you have to get off the ground and you have to level the board in the air.
The tail of the aeroplane has control surfaces for flight. By the design of the body of the craft the tail is kept from touching the ground on take-off or landing. These protective measures include tail wheels and the agle of the tail from the body.
Sort of. When you pop the tail, you have to move with the board
I have a feeling you mean an ollie, when you push down on your tail with your back foot and then slide your front foot up the board to level it out. Hope I helped Matt
they are two different tricks. an ollie is off the back...or the tail...as a nollie is of the front...or the nose. youre a retard. they are two different tricks. an ollie is off the back...or the tail...as a nollie is of the front...or the nose. youre a retard.
A calf's tail will never touch the ground unless it's laying down, like right after birth, or once every day in the straw, or if it's dead.
POP as hard as you can (meaning SLAM down your foot) then jump up high and at the same time roll your foot up the board to level it out