Get inspiration for you first steps, static and dynamic tricks on a slackline! The videos with tips on slackline basics and simple tricks, explained by Samuel Volery, Tobias Rodenkirch & Jonas Konijnenberg, will help you out to become a better slackliner.
Standing & Walking
The basic of slacklining is that you can stand and walk on it, it’s the first thing you should learn, before trying anything else. The shorter and tighter a slackline is set up, the easier it is. The slackline then allows less deflection. A length of three to five meters is an ideal length to start with.
Half a turn
After managing to stand and walk, turning around is next on the to do list. In the starting position, the front foot is turned inwards and the back straight compared to the line. The body weight is on the front foot. Now turn the back foot 180 ° and at the same time change your gaze in a quick movement (similar to a pirouette).
Slackline Basic Tricks
Learn how to manage your first arm static trick, step-by-step and easily, with Samuel Volery simple tips.
Inverted Knee-Drop-Turn: from the slackline basics to a steezee move
After managing the drop-knee static position and the inverted version of it, you are quite close to manage turning around on the line without even having to stand up on it. Check it out!
GambitSwap: from slackline basics to small jumps and turns
After you manage the stand on the line with one arm and one leg, you are ready to ad some air to your session, with a 180º turn. Checkout how!