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Chickenfoot Help FAQ SkateboardingChickenfoot is a very common problem when skateboarding, and it can drive you insane. You try an ollie or kickflip, but when you land, both feet won't land on the board. Maybe only one lands on the board, or maybe neither one. This is what I call "chickenfoot" - call it whatever you want, it's a big problem for a lot of skateboarders. So how do you get over chickenfoot? How do you land with both feet on your skateboard? Get help now - read The Cure for Chickenfoot.

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November 18, 2008 at 5:35 pm
(1) Chase says:

I find that when I am struggling with chicken foot I follow some very easy steps.
1.Stretch
2.Try what you said
3.If what you said doesn’t work buy a redbull tall can
4.Shotgun it
5.wait a couple minutes for the redbull to trick you into thinking your good
6.Try it again

August 1, 2011 at 9:00 am
(2) cole says:

I am suffering chickenfoot im 11 and i can land a kickflip with 1 foot , but i feel like when i try to put the other foot on the board and i try it again it goes automacilly to the ground. how do i help stop it

August 1, 2011 at 9:03 am
(3) cole says:

BUT I DO HAVE A 4PACK OF ReD BUll

August 2, 2011 at 4:35 am
(4) Josh says:

Learn to tre first and once you start landing it youll lands kickies better (:

August 2, 2011 at 12:08 pm
(5) cole says:

whats tre , but all ive been practicing is kickflips and i think im getting but its really fustrateing when i always but my foot down

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