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27 Responses to “Alex Broskow: 4×4 Leading the Blind Section”
If Broskows tricks now a days are so easy then where is your “Pariah” level skating section busting out those so called “easy” tricks. You’re not much of an insider if you think top souls on drop rails are hard, that shit is one of the easiest things to do in blading… FACT
Its always those newbs who are to scared to blade drop rails and handrails in general who think they are so hard… you’re basically calling out the fact that shit like that scares you. Grow some balls and you’ll realize how easy that crap is.
His stuff now is interesting, but it doesn’t have the same impact. He just hit everything back then with so much speed and rode it out for the entire length. Broskow’s early stuff is timeless and as dangerous, scary, and yet confident as anything he’s done in all the years since.
Is he a better skater now? I don’t think so, he’s just a different skater, one I can respect, even if I’m not always blown away by it.
Yeah, definely a fakie 540 disaster sweat is a easy trick. Do that. I agree with Broskow, his tricks is more technical, smarter and safer for shure. Old inline sections are more Bigger? Yes, but are better? Why? You dont need to kill yourself to be good. Young haters always says shit because mom and dad pays his food, they dont have bills to pay… and even that they dont have the balls to do big tricks, and dont have training to do tech tricks… Grow up kids!
this section is amazing, no doubt. Every obstacle is pretty huge and there are lots of big transfers. A lot of the tricks tho are sole grinds and royales. Nowadays broskow skates stuff, arguably not as big although i disagree, but what he does on it is so technically difficult. this section is basically all rails too, broskow skates more inventive spots now.