Joined: 28 Sep 2004 Posts: 556 Location: Canberra, Australia
Posted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 10:31 pm Post subject:
It really depends on what tricks you can do, but basically you should build things up to a highlight. Start of with some kicks on different surfaces to show them the different possibilities, then go into some stalls, then into the more advanced tricks.
As you said you are a beginner, so the tricks you are doing may not seem too far away from people having a go, so get the kids (or whoever is trying) having a go and trying to learn something.
When you're doing any demonstrations, try and do tricks that you are comfortable so as not to drop too much. Everybody drops at some stage, so if that happens, try and use that as a point for applause.
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