Crazy Skateboard Tricks

12-year-old Isamu Yamamoto is a beast. One of the top amateur freestyle skateboarders in the world, check out this crazy line he drops while practicing a routine for a contest.

Last week on NKA Project Carlos Lastra gave you some crucial tips on how to darkslide. But if you really want to impress the homies at the skatepark, watch Carlos break-down how to nail handstand finger flips. Make sure you already know how to do a handstand on flat ground, otherwise you're playing yourself if you give this trick a shot.

Chris McHugh has some serious nollie fakie flatground skills. Originally from Cleveland and now living in Los Angeles , Chris puts on a show in this week's episode of NKA Project. Peep Chris's flip game in regular speed, slow motion, and really slow motion—you're sure to be schooled.

How do you make an epic boardslide down a 10-flat-10 stair set even more epic? First, by being Madars Apse. Second, by wallie-ing into it. Well done Madars, well done sir.

Skater Jeff Stevens had lofty ambitions of ghost-riding his board, running down this wooden hubba, and meeting back up with his board down at the bottom. Well, he did meet up with his board back at the bottom, but not in the way he was hoping for.

Yes, Asher Bradshaw was the youngest to ever land a 900 last year. But that was on a halfpipe, so this year he's raised the ante by dropping one in a concrete bowl. Yes. A 10-year-old. Doing a 900. In a concrete bowl. What is the world coming to?

Shaun Rodriguez nails it in this week's episode of NKA Project . This all slow motion edit is filled with plenty of heavy flat ground tricks. You'll be sure to pick up a few tips after watching Shaun rip. Now grab your board and go skate!