If you're anything like us, then you practically put the "pro" in "Tony Hawk Pro Skater" back in the '90s. But when it comes to actually standing up on a real-life chunk of wood with wheels attached — well, that's a completely different matter. Here's the good news. Research has shown that working on your strengths makes you happier than trying to improve your weaknesses. So from now on, when we talk about getting back to the grind, we're talking pixelated darkslides only.
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Written by Reuben Westmaas August 10, 2017
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