P-Rod Reveals his Secrets to Skateboarding in this FREE Video Series
Have you ever wondered if professional skateboarders know something you don’t? Yeah – well they do. Not many pro skaters talk about what really got them to where they are today – and it’s not just the tricks they do.
It’s like it’s a secret among professionals they keep hidden from everyone else… For the last couple of years I’ve been studying pros and I’m telling you THERE ARE SECRETS they’ve kept from us. Professional skateboarders, like Paul Rodriguez, know this and the truth is starting to come out.
Not All Things Are What They Seem
In practically every trick tip video they teach the steps for doing tricks, but they don’t teach you what really matters …and that’s your mentality. Like many things in life, skateboarding is 80% mental and 20% physical. If you don’t how to use the mental aspects of the game, you’re missing out… BIG TIME!
With the right mentality we can accomplish just about anything we set our minds to. P-Rod set his mind to become a pro skateboarder and get paid to skate for a living and he made it. Wanna know how he did it?
You Are Who You Surround Yourself With
When P-Rod started skating with Eric Koston it was like he absorbed some of his style and skills. He became a better skateboarder learning from Koston. You get better by skating with skater better than you are. That might mean you’re gonna have to leave some friends behind, but so be it. You’ll make new friends and these guys will motivate and inspire you to get better.
Skateboarders, like P-Rod, know that the secret to getting good and landing tricks has more to do with who you surround yourself with, what you’re your mentality and the approach you have than the actual step-by-step process. Knowing how to do a trick isn’t even half of what’s responsible for you landing that trick.
Not 100% sure what I’m talking about? Learn what I’m talking about by going to: SecretsToSkateboarding.com/prod and watching a FREE Video Series by P-Rod revealing his secrets to skateboarding.