Get Rolling: The Beginner's Guide to In-Line Skating
Pix & Points Pub., 1992 - Sports & Recreation - 127 pages
Geared especially for the novice complete with empathy for fears. Address common doubts- fear of injury, the speed, looking foolish, or not being in shape. Covers safety and where to skate. Outlines getting equipped, including average costs.
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aerobic exercise arms backward crossover balance Beginning Skater body position boot circle stop control your speed counter clockwise crossover turns degree angle direction downhill skate elbow pads endorphins fanny pack feel feet foot forward glides front Golden Gate Park heel brake helmet hill hips hockey hourglass improve in-line skating skills inside edge inside wheel edges jump keep knee pads laps learn to skate left skate linked turns Location requirements markers Minuet minutes Mobility drills movement muscles pair parking lot paved pavement Pick practice protective gear push ready position Registered trademark Repeat right skate rockering roller Roller Derby roller hockey Roller Skating Rollerblade rolling rotate safety shoulders side skate backward Skate Maintenance skate's wheels skating sessions ski poles Skill drills slightly slow sport sure switch transfer your weight upper body USAC/RS Warm up drills wear wheel frame workout wrist guards