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Old June 30th, 2014, 05:58 PM   #1
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Location: FR, Bordeaux (South West)
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Default Slackline & agressive skating


Today I've just bought a Gibbon Jib Line X13 slackline, main goal was to work on my overall balance as well as having an alternate way to train whenever the skatepark is wet. I must say that after 2 hours praticing, I started to have fun with it, doing few jumps and 180, it's really imo good investment and easy to setup.

Anyone else is praticing also ? Have seen any benefits on grinds and skating ?

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