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Introducing our online school, Trick Tutor.
It has been featured throughout the web as one of the most popular skate schools. Our online programs have been viewed over 4,000,000 times! Join our community of learners online!
Whether you have never stepped on a skateboard or you need some brushing up, this program is the PERFECT course for you! The Go Skate System teaches you everything from the ground up, and that starts with that transportation system. Here is The Foundation we start you with:
How To Push, Turn, Stop, Balance, and Everything You Need To Safely Ride Your Board
After that, we go over some balance-building exercises, equipment, ramp skating, and tricks. The purpose of this course is to take you from beginner skills to teaching you some of the pro tricks in as little time as possible.
Plus Special, Guest Pros!
Rob Dunfey, Founder
|Rob Dunfey is the owner and founder of Go Skate School – one of the largest skate schools in the country. His instruction has been seen on NBC, FOX, About.com, and ESPN.com. He is a professional skateboarder who competed in the BOE Nationals. He was hired by the government of Ireland as a skateboard expert. He is an avid street, ramp, and flat ground skater.|
52+ Video Modules, 5.5+ Hours of Content, and Discussion Boards
Trick Tutor Ebook
Our 86 page Guide supplements our video course to provide clear instruction via text with photos of tricks and foot placement diagrams. The diagrams are CRUCIAL to your learn and show you exactly where to put your feet for each exercise and trick. It will show you how to have optimal balance and what “Danger Zones” to avoid.
Features 12+ Foot Placement Diagrams!
— Addie Buckingham (@addie_buck) January 29, 2013
Literally learning to skateboard from Rob on http://t.co/Sr8EnnVK2K. It turn out you push with your back foot, not your front one.
— Anna (@annaazizzy) August 1, 2013
— kwekster (@andy_kwek) October 15, 2012