Skateboards. Friday , May 11th , 2018 - 02:14:16 AM
Protection for the eye is as important as protection for head. Suppose you fall down and some dirt or glass tint get inside your eyes, it can create problems even for your eye sight. Hence, if you are not wearing a face covering helmet, it is much better to wear strong glasses or goggles that will not break on falling. A good quality pair of knee pads can help you in protecting your knees while skateboarding. The abrasions and fractures that might happen when you practice skateboarding, especially when you try out new techniques can be avoided by wearing knee pads. And those fractures that happen to your knees can create permanent damages to your bones. Knee pads can help you protect yourself from such injuries.
Helmet is of course the most important part of protective gear for a skater as it covers and protects the head. As you are aware, absence of helmet while skating can lead to serious injuries to the head or brain that can leave lasting side effects. Wearing helmet is therefore extremely important. And if you have practised skate boarding you would know that it could make you fall down quite a few times, especially in the beginning. Wearing a strong helmet therefore can help you save yourself from wounds and bruises on the head.
Balance has to do with your center of gravity. The lower your center of gravity is, the easier it is to balance. The shorter you are, the closer you are to the ice. Do you ever marvel at how can fall while skating and get up as if nothing happened and resume skating? The reason most adults are insecure on the ice is usually due to their distance away from the ice, especially if they are very tall. In order to build up muscle strength, it takes exercises and a lot of muscle memory. Bending your knees is the most important thing you will learn as a skater. When you are skating forward, it can help to think of pushing your feet right down into the ice, through the balls of your feet. That way, your weight stays over the right part of the blade constantly and you should feel a little more stable. Remember to keep your knees bent.
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