In-Line Skating in Action
Ages 6 to 9 years. This book gives children the inside track on a sport that refuses to stand still! Invented as a way for hockey players to stay fit in summer, in-line skates are now used for street hockey, racing, and even stunning tricks performed on the same ramps that skateboarders use. Full-colour features include: basic movement and balance; safety tips for skating in public areas such as sidewalks; the thrilling world of vertical ramp skating; enjoying a skate with the family.
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Aggressive skating backward swizzle ball basic stance body position brake pad braking foot slightly braking skate braking stance build up speed carved turns circles comfortable Crossingham Crossover turns curb cyclists end the turn fall forward feel feet front gentle giant ramps going downhill grind ground heel helmet hill hockey players wanted hourglass pattern ice hockey ice skates in-line skating inside edges leading leg lean back Learning to glide left foot left knee left leg left skate Let both skates lunge midair motions move your knees Once your skates pavement perform pipe ramps Playing roller hockey plow stop practice puck push right leg right skate safety gear shoulder skate and lift skaters slide skates are parallel skates curve skates should curve skating backward Skating uphill slow sport is aggressive striding strokes and glides T-stop test your balance traffic tricks try crossovers try stroking turn while skating wear wiggle YouTl