In-line Skating Made Easy: A Manual for Beginners with Tips for the Experienced
For beginners looking to take that first spin around the block with confidence and excitement, as well as more experienced in-liners looking to advance their skills, this is an indispensable handbook. It covers such topics as injury prevention, stopping without fear, negotiating turns and hills, skating backwards, power stroking, skating in the tuck for speed, in-line hockey, and more.
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Its Not as Tough as It Looks
Buying the Skate that Matches Your Goals
Chapter j Protection and Why You Need It
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