Paul Rodriguez

If you've got a spare 12-minutes-and-43-seconds you should do yourself a favor and watch this biopic on Paul Rodriguez. He's certainly forged his own path within the skateboard world and with the somewhat recent move of leaving Plan B for his own Primitive brand, it's a great moment in his career to hear some of his thoughts on his career arc. Plus, there's always footage of him skating all along the way, which ain't too shabby.

Watch the full edit of pro skateboarder Paul Rodriguez recreating his first video part from the 2001 City Stars release "Street Cinema." The new 2013 footage shot at The Berrics appears side by side with the original 2001 footage. P-Rod along with his original filmer Heath Brinkley shot all 48-tricks including the main shot in 24-hours.

Series produced by Steve Berra.

Practice? We're talking about practice.
The 2013 Street League Super Crown world championships went down in New Jersey on Sunday and Chris Cole, the only East Coast skater in the finals, emerged victorious (and $200,000 richer) in front of a hometown crowd. But on Saturday, before the contest pressure ratcheted up, Cole was just another skater throwing down at the Street League course at the Prudential Center. Dose went to check out the practice session and captured a dope edit of Cole, Paul Rodriguez, Nyjah Huston, Sean Malto, Luan Oliveira, Torey Pudwill, Mikey Taylor, and Shane O'Neill throwing down.

Because who else would you want to show you famous skate spots like the Wilshire rails? Blake Anderson stars in this funny new video for the Nike SB Paul Rodriguez 7 as Dick "Trick" McNichol, world-famous tour guide for Skate Safari Tours. In just seven short hours, he can show you all the spots where skateboarders like P-Rod have shown off their impressive skills.

Life gets real in New Orleans' Lower 9th Ward. Paul Rodriguez heads out for Lil' Wayne's Trukstop skatepark opening, along the way he gets a lesson on Hurricane Katrina from the locals who lived through it, and sees firsthand how the New Orleans skate scene has boomed during the recovery. New episode dropping every Tuesday.

Pro skateboarder Paul Rodriguez takes over the Berrics to recreate his first full part from the 2001 City Stars video release "Street Cinema." P-Rod along with his original filmer Heath Brinkley give themselves 24-hours to shoot all 48-tricks including the main shot. The experience gives Paul an opportunity to put into perspective how long of a road it's been, and just how far he has come.

Series produced by Steve Berra.

In episode 1, part 2 of Life, professional skateboarder Paul Rodriguez continues the tour of his family ranch in Orange Cove, California, exposing childhood memories and hearing first hand his important decision to choose family first when his grandmother becomes ill, even if it means missing the Tampa Pro. Paul also shows off why he's a true professional always working hard to perfect his craft during a session at the local Orange Cove Skate Park. New episodes dropping every Tuesday.