How To Do An Inward Heel Flip On A Skateboard
Need to know how to do an inward heel flip on a skateboard? Rocking an inward heel flip on a skateboard is a classic trick to learn. Inward heel flips take the skateboard on a 360-degree flip. Inward heel flips are not easy to pin down, but once you learn how to do them, other tricks will come a lot easier. Work the inward heel flips until you can land them effortlessly. Once there, move on from the inward heel flip to other tricks. Learning tricks on a skateboard, like the inward heel flip, is great motivation for continued pursuit of the sport. If you are looking for more out of your skateboarding than hitting the sidewalk, the inward heel flip is an excellent catalyst for increased levels of skateboarding. Check out these instructions on how to accomplish inward heel flips on your own.
To do an inward heel flip on a skateboard, you will need:
- A skateboard
- Room to skate
- Skateboarding gear (a helmet, pads, etc.)
- Place your lead foot about midway up the skateboard. Your trailing foot should be placed on the tail of the skateboard. Place only your toes on the tail and place your lead foot at a 45-degree angle.
- Kick off with your trailing foot. Push your lead foot off the front of the skateboard. Your lead foot will push the skateboard forward and the pop action from your trailing foot will flip it.
- The skateboard should land deck side up. Land both feet flat on the deck. Stick it and you have just nailed the inward heel flip on a skateboard.