Get Rolling: The Beginner's Guide to In-line Skating
Ragged Mountain Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Sports & Recreation - 139 pages
The completely updated and revised edition of the book that the International In-Line Skating Association used to develop its own Level 1 Certification Program, Get Rolling is as essential to novice rollerbladers as a helmet and knee guards. Complemented by a wealth of instructive illustrations, a series of structured lessons and drills enables you to develop a skill fully before moving on. Miller also discusses physical requirements, safety, gear, and equipment maintenance. The book concludes with a list of additional resources.
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A-frame Stance aerobic allow ankle backward Swizzles basic bearings Beginning skater Beginning Skills chapter bike paths boot braking skate centerline circle Crossover cuff curb direction of travel downhill durometer fanny pack feel feet fitness foot front gain a moderate glide Half Swizzles hands heel brake Heel-brake helmet hill hips improve in-line skating inches inside edge keep knee pads left skate look Lunge Turn ment moderate speed muscles Parallel Turn parking lot parking spaces paved pavement power stride Practice Tips pressure protective gear push recreational relax right skate roll roller hockey Roller Skating Safe-T shift your weight shoulders side skat skate back skate forward skate's wheels ski poles skiers Slalom Turns slope speed skating Spin Stop sport starting straight Street Stride Three Stride to gain stroke support leg sure T-Stop TIPS FOR SKATING toe wheel trail tuck V-Stance wear workout wrist guards