The idea for PUSH came to me (the derpy looking kid in the photo) in late 2017. Throughout my life, I have always been involved in action sports and I have always had a strong desire to progress in these sports. In every sport I’ve been immersed in, I would find myself searching YouTube for hours to find a specific trick. These tricks were always scattered about in edits, but being midway through some random edit isn’t helpful when you’re searching for the name of a specific trick. Even when I would find a standalone trick posted, it was often a poor quality video. For the past few years, I have been heavily involved in snowboarding. The idea for a snowboarding tutorial hub floated through my mind, and then I realized everyone in the action sports community is wired in a similar way. Why limit the progression to snowboarding? This is when I realized the need for a hub that guaranteed quality and ease of access to help action sports athletes of all disciplines progress.
I am excited to see where this site will go, as to my knowledge it is the only one of its kind. This is, and always will be, a free site with tutorials built by the action sports community for the action sports community. Unlike the average action sports site, PUSH isn’t about being entertained by edits of professional athletes – it’s about bettering yourself and the action sports community as a whole. With that said, thanks for stopping by and I hope you find what you are looking for. This site is in its early stages, so if you do have any feedback or requests please send me a message on the contact form. If you would like to contribute content, please see the submissions page.
– Kincade Pavich