LONGBOARD DANCING - tricks and dance steps - regular

LONGBOARD DANCING - tricks and dance steps - regular

by Kevin Tembouret

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Longkate has many tricks and dance steps that are different from skateboarding. In longboarding, there is no need to jump at all: although there are tricks inspired by the old school style (skate tricks from before 1990 - 2000), there are also many dance steps that can be done in surfing.
The difficulty is, of course, not to eat the ground! A good helmet and knee pads will usually do the trick. Sometimes a pair of gloves can be useful to avoid shredding your fingers too much. In any case, your success depends on your motivation! So take this book, your board and get on the pavement!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161102824
Publisher: Kevin TEMBOURET
Publication date: 08/23/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 13 MB
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About the Author

Kévin TEMBOURET is a French editor born in 1991. He specializes in Japanese culture, both for its linguistic aspect and for its representations in Japanese art.
During his time in Japan, Kevin TEMBOURET became a teacher with talented young pianists not far from Tokyo. This cultural experience has given her a lot to teach a language and to adapt to both the target audience and the culture of the country.
His taste for cultures has led him to become a medical representative for Lyon and Parisian hospital associations at conferences in various regions of the world (notably Japan and also the Czech Republic). Trained in the medical lexical field in addition to attending courses at Tokyo's prestigious Waseda University, he is actively involved in the recognition of disabilities and the development of services to support them.
His interest in the transfer of knowledge has led him to discover new methods for training Japanese language students and adults in technical fields (air conditioning, heating, climate engineering, etc.). This involves both cognitive science and blended learning, mixing courses in distance and face-to-face.

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