The Book of Cool Feat. Fabiola da Silva

the book of cool

Learn from the wisdom of 35 of the world’s most talented sportsmen & performers as they teach you to master over 250 of their coolest’s tricks, skills and moves.

Good news, Fabiola da Silva is in the Book / Dvd !

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^ Fabiola da Silva, learning some tricks in The Book of Cool

Check the Video Trailer and details :

BLADE
FABIOLA da SILVA
SAO PAULO, BRAZIL

WINNER OF 7 X- GAMES GOLD MEDALS
THE MOST DECORATED FEMALE X-GAMES
ATHLETE OF ALL TIME
SKILLS TAUGHT

* BASICS
* RAMP
* DROPPING IN
* BACK STALL DISASTER & Grinds
* JUMPS
* RAILS

Take a look at the content of the Book of Cool

Without a doubt the coolest present I’ve ever gotten is The Book of Cool, which is really a set of DVDs (plus a companion picture book) on how to do… cool tricks. You might not want to learn rope tricks, but how about rugby tricks, bar flairing, card & magic tricks, or my favorite–skateboard tricks?

Besides being cool–it’s also a simple and elegant example of video instruction. I’ve been trying to learn the newer skateboard tricks for quite some time (my tricks are all from my old-school days, where I–very briefly–rode for the Santa Cruz skateboards team).

There’s something for nearly everyone in this thing and it’s quite a lot of fun to watch, even if you don’t want to learn how to do a fake reverse thumb spin with your pen. -source-

View the trailer online | download it (zipped)

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6 Responses to “The Book of Cool Feat. Fabiola da Silva”

  1. Nickyboi Says:

    kewlio

  2. m....... Says:

    Good idea,I want to see it

  3. Narek Says:

    why is she showing people .. about rollerblading..

  4. Longinus Says:

    that’s one of those lame books for groms that tell you how to stand in ur skates

  5. guy Says:

    Longinus Says:

    January 9th, 2006 at 12:22 pm
    that’s one of those lame books for groms that tell you how to stand in ur skates

    Check the site wwww.bookofcool.com

  6. auto Says:

    Interesting, but navigation system is a little bit confusing