The following trick tip videos by Adam and Adam should get you started on the road to advanced longboarding, and longboard dancing:
Chop the WoodThis is a great trick to start out on. Basically, you will hop up onto one foot, using your other foot out in front of you for balance. As you will see in the video, Chop the Wood is a great trick to learn to annoy children, or to clear dangerous debris from the road! Watch the Chop the Wood video
The LookbackThis is a simple trick that allows you to suddenly change the direction you are going in, generally show off, or stop a run away basketball. Plus, as opposed to most street skateboarding tricks, this one can be done in a sweet purple suit (you'll see in the Lookback video).
Spin BigThe Spin Big is basically the opposite of a Big Spin - so your board spins 180 degrees while your body spins 360 degrees. At the end of the video, he gives some good examples of ways to string this trick together with others to create some great sequences! Check out the Spin Big Trick Tip video.
Cross-SteppingCross-Stepping has its roots in surfing. Gaining confidence in cross-stepping on your longboard will open all kinds of doors for later tricks, and make you a more comfortable, stable rider. Watch the Cross-Stepping Trick Tip video. You can also check out the further Cross-Stepping Between Switch and Regular.
The ShankerA cool trick that looks, sort of, like a nollie. But without the pop. Ok, so it's very different, but that might have given you a close mental picture. The Shanker trick tip video is my favorite for purely being funny (but they all have a great humor style!). Watch the Trick Tip for the Shanker.
Walk the PlankBasically, learning to walk up and down your board while you ride it! This trick tip video is long on the humor, but it's all good stuff - you'll enjoy it, and you should also at the end of the video, you'll see a lot of ways to incorporate all of these different tricks into one run. Check out the trick tip video for Walk the Plank.
G-turn VariationsA G-Turn is like a kickturn, but on a longboard. Also, the board continues to roll a little, so you get a more sweeping turn in. Before learning this trick, they suggest you be able to manual "about two parking spaces." This video covers 3 variations of the G-turn: the Nollie Shove-It Catch-it-on-the-Nose into G-Turn, a Nollie Pivot into-something-or-other into G-Turn, and a Squat Down G-Turn. The video is full of fine details and help! Check out the G-Turn Variations trick tip video.