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How To: Perform an ollie on a street skateboard

Street Skateboarding: Take It to the Streets The guys on the prefab ramps and half-pipes make the X Games headlines, but the real frontier of the skateboarding world is out on the street, where everyday obstacles become the tools of the trade. Find out here how to turn your street into a house of shred. Watch this video tutorial to see how to perform an ollie on a street skateboard.

How To: Perform a frontside boardslide on a street skateboard

Street Skateboarding: Take It to the Streets The guys on the prefab ramps and half-pipes make the X Games headlines, but the real frontier of the skateboarding world is out on the street, where everyday obstacles become the tools of the trade. Find out here how to turn your street into a house of shred. Watch this video tutorial to see how to perform a frontside boardslide on a street skateboard.

How To: Perform a 50-50 backside on a street skateboard

Street Skateboarding: Take It to the Streets The guys on the prefab ramps and half-pipes make the X Games headlines, but the real frontier of the skateboarding world is out on the street, where everyday obstacles become the tools of the trade. Find out here how to turn your street into a house of shred. Watch this video tutorial to see how to perform a 50-50 backside on a street skateboard.

How To: Perform a barspin on a BMX bicycle

BMX: Catch Some Air If Ernest Michaux, inventor of the modern bicycle, could see what people are doing with his creation, he'd freak out. The art of creative biking has never been more challenging and rewarding than it is now. Check out the tricks for a guide to BMX mayhem. Watch this video tutorial to see how to perform a barspin on a BMX bicycle.

How To: Perform a 360 on a BMX bicycle

BMX: Catch Some Air If Ernest Michaux, inventor of the modern bicycle, could see what people are doing with his creation, he'd freak out. The art of creative biking has never been more challenging and rewarding than it is now. Check out the tricks for a guide to BMX mayhem. Watch this video tutorial to see how to perform a 360 on a BMX bicycle.

How To: Tie braided line to leader

A recent trend in freshwater fishing is adding a fluorocarbon leader to your braided fishing line. The benefits of this are mainly allowing for some more absorbtion of pull, resulting in less twist and potential tangling. This how-to will show you how to tie this knot yourself, so when you're in the middle of that beautiful pond, and you feel the bite, you'll be able to successfully land that big one with less stress on you or your gear.

How To: Build a deck for playing Elder Dragon Highlander, a Magic: The Gathering game

If you're bored of plain old Magic: The Gathering and want to play a new, easy-to-learn, and awesome variation of the game? This video will teach you how to build a deck for playing Elder Dragon Highlander (EDH), a 100-card version of Magic where no card can be repeated except lands and some other rules have been awesomely changed. Check out this video for a guide to actually playing the game.

How To: Do more effective searches on Google

Google is the most powerful search tool in all the land, and there are all sorts of setting to tweak and tricks to use that can make your search results better and more relevant to you. This video features Google Webmaster Help video personality Matt Cutts outlining some tips and tricks for getting better answers to your Google queries, including changing the boolean of your search.

How To: Fold a simple origami sailboat with one sheet of paper

If you love boats but hate the open waters, the best thing you could probably do is get over your fear, or… grab some paper and make an origami sailboat. You won't need to take your feet off land with this kind of boat, unless you're jumping for joy after successful completion. This is one of the simplest origami sailboat designs out there, and requires only one sheet of origami paper.

How To: Tailor your resume to the job

In this video, we learn how to tailor your resume to the job you want. Whether you love this or hate it, you need to do this correctly to help land the job you want. Don't give a general resume for a job, tailor it to the exact job you are applying for. The more you can cater to the job, the better your chances will be to get the job. Change the descriptions and information you list on your resume so you have the correct skills for that job and you will stick out in the crowd. Just by doing t...

How To: Execute parkour style precision jumps

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform parkour precision jumps. Commonly, precision jumping involves jumping from a rail or ledge onto another rail or ledge. To execute this maneuver, users need to stand with their weight on the balls of their feet and stare precisely at the landing spot. As you jump, you fully lock out your knees and hips, so that you are fully extended and open to jump. When in midair, tuck in your arms and legs and land on the rear balls of your feet. This vi...

How To: Get Ashley Greene/Alice Cullen's "Twilight" look

Like all hot young things, Ashley Greene moved from Florida to California in her teens in pursuit of a movie career. And what a movie career she found. While L.A. is infamously known as a land of many wannabes (usually working as waitors/waitresses at hip restaurants hoping to be scouted by some hungry casting director), a few get lucky and land The Role that changes their lives forever.

How To: Perform Jeff Hardy's Swanton Bomb pro wrestling move

In this video, John shows us how to perform Jeff Hardy's Swanton Bomb pro wrestling move. Start out by jumping off the corner top of the ring. Make sure you stand there for a few seconds to center yourself and make sure you're balanced. Then, you will twist your body so it flips over and you land on your back. Keep your body straight and make sure you don't land on your head. Once you have found your balance on the jump off location, spread your feet out and make your arms at your side like a...

How To: Land a basic kickflip

With this video, we learn how to land a basic kickflip. First, you need to learn how to olly, and become an expert with it. Next, you need to learn how to do the flick with your feet. This is a slight flick with your foot like you are trying to get something off your foot! After you flick it, you will bring the board into the air and then turn it around. After you do this, you will be able to continue riding away. Once you learn this well, you can start doing different variations and travel f...

How To: Do changing spot combo pirouettes

In this tutorial, we learn how to do changing spot combo pirouettes. First, prepare for the turn facing the front left corner. Do a triple pirouette, then forte the leg around and change your spot to the right front corner. After this, land behind. Do this in counts of eight, then plea and land. This may be difficult to understand at first, if you have no experience doing dance moves. Just keep practicing, and pretty soon you will have these moves down! Changing spots is an easy move to get d...

How To: Demonstrate the difference between land & sea ice

In this tutorial, we learn how to demonstrate the difference between land & sea ice. First, fill up two large aquariums with water, then add in a glacier to one aquarium and an iceberg in the other. This will see how the water level changes based on the melted of each different ice item. Draw a line at the water line where it started at, then when the ice melts, check the water levels. When finished, see what the water levels have ended up at. Now you will be able to show this to your student...

How To: Perform a round off back tuck

This video shows us how to perform a round off back somersault. Firstly you have to make sure that your leading leg must be wide when you put your hands down. And when you place your hands down, don’t place them parallel to each other but just place them slightly tilted. While you place your hands down, keep your head within your shoulders and when you place your hands down your back leg kicks back and you will rotate on your hand. When you go down, both your legs will be kicked to the back a...

How To: Perform a double front flip on the trampoline

This video shows us how to perform a double front flip on the trampoline. Firstly you need to be able to perform a front flip on the trampoline and this is done by jumping on the trampoline and keep jumping until you get the required height for flipping. Once you feel that the height is enough for flipping then perform the front flip. Then do the same thing onto your back and this is done by following the same procedure except that you will land up onto your chest. Then do the same thing onto...

How To: Land a fakie frontside flip on a skateboard

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do a fakie front-side flip on a skateboard. This trick can be done at any speed. Users should be able to do a front-side flip before attempting this trick. Begin by position the back foot on the tail and front foot below the bolts of the board. Pop the tail down and turn over to your shoulder to rotate your body. Flick the board outwards and then land the 180 degree turn on the board. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy skateboarding an...

How To: Perform the green triangle yo-yo trick

This is a demonstration of performing the green triangle yo-yo trick. You can start with a trapeze, lift your non throw hand middle finger and swing the yo-yo off the trapeze. Take care that you do not drop the yo-yo, you can use the middle finger to hold the string. Swing just like doing the trapeze so that the string lands at your wrist. Slide your throw hand out of the loop and you will form the green triangle. To dismount pop the yo-yo out of the green triangle and land on the string near...

How To: Learn a back roll without hard falls

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to lower the impact of their back rolls when wave-boarding. This video provides 4 steps that will help the user have a lighter impact when they fall off a back roll. The steps are: air back roll, inside out back roll, one wake back roll and wake to wake back roll. When first attempting each of these back rolls, the objective is to rotate as much as you can and not to land it. Once you have more experience, practice landing each one. This video will be...

How To: Do a blunt to fakie stall on a skateboard

This video tells us the method to do a blunt to fakie stall on a skateboard. The first step is to land blunt with your skateboard. If the skateboard lands more vertical, it is more difficult to do a blunt fakie. If you lock up the skateboard at an angle, it is easier to perform fakie stall. After doing the lock up, pop up the skateboard. This is a difficult position to practice as you are falling backwards. Once you practice it will be fun to do. The process to do it is lock up, pop the skate...

How To: Perform a webster frontflip

In this how-to video, you will learn how to do a Webster front flip. This will be useful if you are trying to get better at Parkour free running. It is one footed front somersault. Make sure you do a big jump with your take off leg. The take off leg is the front leg. The back leg will use a lot of force, as it gives it gives you your initial rotation. Kick that leg behind you as you lift off with the other foot. Tuck in as you start your rotation. Land on the leg that you kicked back with. Yo...

How To: Practice to do a back handspring

Ever wonder how to do a "back handspring"? TheWebMagician demonstrates step by step on how to do so. First you start by practicing jumping backwards and swinging your arms behind you. TheWebMagician provides examples if you find yourself a little lost. Next, transform your jump backwards into a flip by arching your back and landing on your hands, like jumping into a handstand. You then finish the landing with a bounce or "rebound". If you find yourself struggling, TheWebMagician gives out a f...

How To: Jump off high places & roll for parkour

Learn how to jump off high places and roll without hurting yourself in simple steps. 1. First when you jump off, you have to land by placing one of your legs to the front and the other a bit back. 2. Now you have to bend your legs after placing them correctly when you land. 3. Now place your right elbow on the ground and roll over with its support without hurting your shoulders. 4. Practice the roll first on the ground, then try to jump and roll from a very low height. 5. Move on to higher pl...

How To: Watch NASA's Curiosity Rover Land on the Surface of Mars Tonight (Live Online)

NASA will be attempting to land the Curiosity rover on the surface of Mars tonight, and you can watch it live. Curiosity (the Mars Science Laboratory) was launched almost a year ago on November 26, 2011, and will be finishing its 354 million mile journey to the red planet tonight (Sunday, August 5th) at around 8:30pm PST. The craft will be deploying a supersonic parachute to slow itself, as it will be traveling at upwards of 1,000 mph. The show's not over though, as the first images from the ...

How To: Land a basic ollie on a skateboard

Ollie' is one of the most basic tricks. 'Ollie' is done in a forward direction. You have to stand with your right foot forward and the left foot in the back to move in the forward direction. If you are regular then you have to stand in the opposite way as shown. There are two different types of 'Ollie'. In this one you have to snap the tail down to create a pop. You don't have to put in a lot of force into it. At the same time your right foot must be in the middle or a little forward on the s...

How To: Earn the "If They Came to Hear Me Beg" achievement in Halo: Reach for Xbox 360

Halo: Reach is Bungies final hurrah into the land of Halo and if you're looking to pick up all the achievements and are wondering how to get the If They Only Came To Hear Me Beg achievement, you're in the right place! In this video you will watch how he gets the achievement by starting the mission The Pillar of Autumn and within the first two minutes of the mission there's a section of enemies that you can dive into to get the achievement.

How To: Duplicate Katy Perry's makeup from "California Gurls"

In this tutorial, learn how to get Katy Perry's blue haired punky style from her new music video, "California Gurls". This video (featuring Snoop Dogg) is one of her most anticipated clips yet and is definitely a popcorn and bubblegum trip down Candy Land Lane. So, if you are looking for a cute, girly look to go out in, follow along. And don't forget to complete the look with daisy dukes with a bikini on top!