Definitions for "blindside"
A term given to any rotation where the rider has oriented him/herself "blind" to his/her takeoff or landing and must stretch to look over their shoulder. Such a technique usually increases the difficulty.
is to ride backwards from normal orientation so you will be looking away from your direction of travel and riding on your toeside edge.
Term used when a rider cannot see either his takeoff or landing and must look over his shoulder to see
Blindside is a rock band from Stockholm, Sweden. They formed in 1994 as "Underfree" and kept that name for two years before releasing their debut EP in 1996.
Blindside was the debut album for Swedish Christian rock group, Blindside, released on Solid State Records in 1997. It was re-released on DRT Entertainment in 2005 with four unreleased demo tracks.
This is the re-released version of the original debut album Blindside by Blindside
From a set piece, ruck or maul, the short side of the field. Also called the weakside. Breakdown - Area where there has been a tackle or the ball is loose on the ground.
The area outside the quarterback's vision. This is the most dangerous place for a quarterback to receive a hit from a defender as he doesn't see the pressure coming.
Same as weakside.
to attack a person from his blind side; metaphorically, to give a person an unpleasant suprise.
attack or hit on or from the side where the attacked person's view is obstructed
catch unawares, especially with harmful consequences; "The economic downturn blindsided many investors"
Keywords:  trick, grind, sight, jump, lose
A trick where you turn away from the grinding object. I.e.- you lose sight of the object during the jump-to-grind.
Keywords:  can't, sense, behind, danger, character
The area behind a character that the character can't see without danger sense, see bases.