adjective Generally refers to the direction of a turn on an incline, meaning the frontside of the body is facing the wall. However, in modern street skating this has taken on new meanings as tricks progress from older, established tricks.
A type of grind . If you are approaching a bar on your right and the turn is clockwise 90 degrees to get onto it, you are performing a frontside grind.
Su, Sk. Also called toeside. Your front and toes face uphill when turning.
The side of the snowboard on which the athlete's toes rest; also the side a snowboarder's front faces.
The frontside of the snowboard is the side where the toes rest; and the frontside of the snowboarder is the side to which his/her chest faces.
during first 180 degrees of in-the-air rotation the front of your body remains facing mostly downhill.
when a trick or turn is executed with the front of the skater’s body facing the ramp or obstacle
The area in front of the body. If you're describing the frontside wall in halfpipe, it's the wall in front of you. A frontside spin is a clockwise spin for goffy riders and a counterclockwise spin for regular riders.
The side of the snowboard on which the toes rest; the side of the snowboard the athlete's chest faces.
When a turn or trick is executed so that the front of the body is facing toward the outside of the arc of the trick.
When a turn or trick is executed so that the front of the body is facing the ramp or obstacle.
Frontside and backside are surfing, skateboarding, snowboarding and Aggressive Inline Skating terms that are used to describe how a person approaches an obstacle or performs a certain trick. In Aggressive Skating, frontside and backside are types of grinds.