November 05, 2020
Roller Skate talk with Coach AK,
Since COVID-19 Pandemic Roller Skating has become more popular and relevant. When I was a kid all we knew was roller skating in our basement or on the streets. But know so many of us are looking for a go to place to free our mind body and soul. I have been teaching and coaching roller skating for the past 11 years, Roller Skating but not just your average Roller Skating lesson but a Healthier New way of Roller skating. With just 3 simple techniques . Do you still have wobbling legs like Bambi these three simple steps you need to have for Roller skating. “Balancing, Coordination & Control” due to COVID -19 my family and I changed our business during the pandemic to go virtually instead of in person roller skating lessons in order to keep the legacy going safely. I know you are wondering how will a person teach me how to Roller Skate Virtually. Please follow me on this journey with Skates’ Out Virtual Roller Skating Lessons.
Helpful TIP for a New Roller Skater: always bend your knees to keep “Balancing, Coordination & Control”
3 BASICS SKILLS TO ROLLER SKATING
Your posture plays a vital role in maintaining your balance on skates. This is the mental equivalent of balancing a penny on the end of your finger. The penny naturally wants to topple over unless you exert an effort to keep it balanced. Students are coached on how to place your feet, bend your knees, and maintain a squat position.
Every activity comes with risks that. Serious accidents can occur while skating, from collisions to tripping and falling, especially for new beginners. It’s advised that beginners first work with a trained instructor to understand the fundamental tips and different skating forms that are crucial to your safety, while still having fun.
Ready? Steady? Go! Duck feet and the plow require a lot of control and can easily get messy if you lose that control. This is where your muscles do a lot of the work. From transitioning into shifting your body to alternating on skates. Collision with other skaters and loss of control are the main factors leading to injury. It’s important to know your drills and get in tune with your stance to gain your confidence by putting your skills into practice.
ROLL OUT IN FUN SKATING TO A HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE
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