Skateboards. Thursday , May 10th , 2018 - 12:26:16 PM
With advances in technology and manufacturing improving the skateboard year on year, Skateboarding grew in popularity. The mid 1970s saw a big peak in popularity for skateboarding and then again in the 1980s. Todays skateboarders are predominantly street skaters. Most boards are between seven and eight inches wide and 30 to 32 inches long. The wheels are made of hard polyurethane and are small in size to make the board lighter and the wheels inertia quicker. There are a reported 18.5 million skateboarders in the world, 85% of these are under the age of eighteen
Place your foot appropriately and try to adjust accordingly, as there is enough space to fit an 11 sized shoe. So now put one foot on the skate and use the other to push off. Keep your heel on the sole restrictor to have good control and keep your foot in the centre of the deck to have accurate balance so there would be no chance of tipping on one side.
Playing a pivotal role in many competitive sports, such as roller hockey, roller skating is no longer viewed as a simple pastime. Roller skating has even featured in the Olympics, making its debut in 1992. Other competitive sports to feature roller skates include speed skating, figure skating, roller derby. As well as sports, roller skates have been used in global stage shows, such as Starlight Express and made a huge splash in the disco era of the 1980s.
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