Skateboards. Friday , May 11th , 2018 - 13:19:16 PM
Maybe your child might be spending a lot of time in front of the T.V. or more likely on the computer playing video games. Getting on skates either at the rink or outside will give your child a fun way to move around and strengthen the legs and heart. Teaching your child to roller skate, instills into your child a sense of balance. As a child gets older, there are a lot of sports that require balance. Bicycling, skate boarding, etc will be learned a lot easier if they have first learned to skate. But most importantly learning to skate early in the life of a child helps the child to increase their confidence and opens the possibilities for them to experiment with other sports and activities they might never have tried.
But i personally think that to much concave is bad because you lose balance. But like i said you really have to find out for yourself how much concave your board should have. The next thing you want to look at is how wide the board is and what size to go with. If you have smaller feet you dont want to go with a large board like an 8.0, you would be better to go with a 7.5.
I would recommend that you go on You Tube and check out some of the Jam Skating and see if it is something that would interest you. Tony Zane and Diamond Walker are two of the most renowned individual jam skaters. Most competitions usually come down to them having a skate off. Another form of roller skating that you may want to look into is Vertical roller skating. Vertical skating is and can be performed in a bowl, on ramps, or just what you see on the street. Using the bowl for Vertical, the skater uses the bowl to get momentum and shoots out the other side performing a trick in the air. The Ramp form of vertical skating is pretty much just like you see in the Olympic Skateboard events, however more stunts can be performed because you dont lose contact with your skates. During this a skater would be performing a series of tricks or moves rated with difficulty levels while transiting down the distance of the ramp, or should I say navigating across the ramp.
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