Skateboards. Monday , April 16th , 2018 - 11:09:16 AM
The best place to learn to roller skate is at a rink. Usually most children are able to be confident on their skates after just a couple of hours of practice. We would recommend, however, that the child have elbow, knee pads and a helmet to protect against falls (because there will be several of them when they are learning). Roller skating individually, on a team or just with a special group or someone can be very rewarding.
The term extreme sports is given to skating or skiing for a reason. Unless you have practice and experience, these items could be risky for you and cause harm due to sudden falls. This is why you require various types of protective gear when you practice skating on the road or on ice. For beginners, protective gears of various types are a must and even for experienced skaters these accessories are required and recommended, especially if you are trying on roads with heavy traffic or on mountainous areas.
Bend both your knees slightly when you skate - even if its just gliding. Bending your knees will keep your feet/skates right under you. Keep your head up - dont look at the ice. Dont lean too much forward, in other words dont stick out your rear. Keep your arms out in front of you at 10:10 or 2:50 as on a clock, they are your balancing poles. The more you skate, the more balanced youll get.
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