Even though working at Woodward wasn’t all Adam LZ had built it up in his mind to be, he still managed to have fun riding there.
“Some of my favorite clips and favorite tricks that I got at Camp Woodward. Although this video is a product of me rushing around the last day to stack clips, I don’t think you can easily tell. I continued the tradition of flyout enders, bring on the hate.
Song: “How it Starts” – The Features
This is the fourth “Adam LZ @ Woodward” video I’ve made. I love making these because it is a really easy way to compare where I’ve been at each year in terms of how I ride and the tricks I do. There should have been one last year, but I was too old to be a camper and they wouldn’t give me a job. This year I got a job and was able to stay 3 weeks, but it was nothing like I expected. I absolutely despise working for people, so much that I started my little clothing business just so I wouldn’t have to get a job during school. You’re correct if you think I did not find it very fun having a boss who assigned me to life guard skateparks for 6 hours a day and let me ride something like 2 hours, especially for about $3 an hour. I came to camp to teach kids tricks, not to watch skateboarders try boardslides and kickflips all day. I didn’t film nearly as much as I would have liked to because I spent most of my few hours off riding. Thankfully they let me be an instructor my last week and I had a bit more free time and actually got a chance to teach kids tricks, which is what I came to camp to do. Regardless, I was able to hang out with a lot of friends I don’t get to see and I met a bunch of new people so that was enjoyable. Would I work there again? Probably not, but I would love to go back and visit camp some day as a visiting pro (if they ever let me).
Here are the other videos from the series
LZ @ Woodward 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-1Srp…
LZ @ Woodward 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWOfTM…
LZ @ Woodward 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=195JKS…“