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- n. A trick where the board is rotated 180 degrees under the rider's feet.
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But, when push-it came to shove-it, there was no endorsement.
His battle with Mr. Ladd featured a switch-stance frontside pop shove-it, a fairly easy maneuver despite its complicated name.
Probably the first trick that most people learn when they first start fingerboarding is called just a shove-it.
The teens who carve on the park's curves, grind the rails, ollie the stairs, or just bust a 360 shove-it on flat ground probably don't know the pains to which their forebears went to get the park built.
"I did a switch shove-it board slide in the end that was really technical, something that I wanted to save for finals but I wanted to see how big I could get it and it happened right at the buzzer so it was really nice."
They had their own place to jump, leap, ollie, grind, board slide, pop shove-it and kickflip.
John Igei catches a proper pop shove-it in a deserted downtown Chicago.