In-line Skating

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Human Kinetics, 1993 - In-line skating - 134 pages
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A definitive guide to fundamentals for in-line skating such as correct posture, "stroke and glide" techniques, stopping safely, and mastering carving and crossover turns. Covers drills, tips for correcting errors, aerobic and cross-training benefits, the sport's history and popularity, choosing the right equipment, and more. Both authors are expert in-line skaters. 45 photographs and 56 line drawings.

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Contents

Before You Skate
1
Skating Equipment
11
Before You Start
35
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