The basic skateboard jump or "ollie" was invented in 1970 by Alan "Ollie" Gelfand and quickly became one of the most important skateboarding tricks. When this trick is performed correctly, the skateboarder is able to leap into the air, taking the board with them in such a way as to make it appear as if the board is attached to their feet. The "Ollie" is the basis of many other skateboarding tricks, so it is important to learn and learn well if you plan on attempting other, more complicated maneuvers. Fortunately, it is relatively easy to master with sufficient practice.
Before you can leap over structures, obstacles or a flight of stairs on a skateboard, you must learn the basic jump, which is called an ollie. Key to a successful ollie is getting the skateboard to jump up into the air to the same height as your feet; the feet should remain in contact with the board throughout the maneuver. Practice, patience and focusing on proper technique can help you master the ollie.
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