Alright so this is sorta a question out to all you guys on the forum!
I love longboarding, this summer picked up a dropseed and the change of board re-ignited my stoke for the sport! I love bombing hills (Or whatever it's called when I try my best at it :p ) and just being on my board.
Lately with actually trying at school and shit to do on weekends I've had less and less time to get out my board and go for a sesh, it's not a great situation but you work with what you got right?
I'm still stoked on getting out and working on new stuff but with less time to do it I sorta feel like when I do finally get out it's sorta frustrating, cause without all the practice my skills (Or lack of them) seem to be moving backwards.
I'm sure this has happened to most of you so I'm wondering...
When you don't have time to ride as much but you still love it, it can be frustrating to not be at the level you once were. What do you guys do to keep up your stoke and to keep trying new things.
I find that cause I haven't had the time on my board that I like when I do go out I'm not as willing to fall on my ass as I used to be to learn.
If you've ever experienced something like this what do you guys do to push yourself to try new stuff and keep ripping?
Seems like a dumb question but really I'm just looking for something to keep my stoke up over the winter, it's getting cold out and I'm hoping for something to keep me pumped over the upcoming winter?
May not make much sense but I just got home... And it's late so I did my best!