Skateboard and Practice

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Skateboarding. A sport that only requires a board and four wheels. A

sport that tests you to push you to the limit, and do the unthinkable. It seems

pretty simple, doesn't it? Well, all I can say is, practice makes perfect.

Skateboarding can push you to go farther than you probably ever

thought you could go before. I know that, because it happened to me. I never

thought I was going to ever be good at skating. But during the summer, I

started a routine of getting up at 10a.m, tossing my skateboard in my

backpack and skating down to the skatepark, sometimes even until 6p.m.

Even though I never thought I would be good at it, I pushed myself as far as I

could to do the best I could. And even today, my friends wish they were as

good as I!

Now put yourself in my position. Have you ever thought you would

never be able to be a good skateboarder? Ever think that you might even be

better than most of your friends? Well, anybody can! All you have to do is

push yourself to do the best you can, and practice, practice, practice.

Anybody can be the best if they try.

Skaters push themselves to extreme limits. Defying gravity, stretching

the laws of physics and putting themselves through much physical pain and

exhaustion all in a day's work. Everyone takes a turn trying different moves

and cheering one another on. Skateboarding is a sport with no pressure to do

better than anyone else, there are no winners or losers.

Skateboarding. A sport that requires a board and four wheels. Sounds

pretty simple right? Well, the only way to find out is to try, and practice as

hard as you can.
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