Do you remember the first time you bought yourself the first set of wheels? No bicycles or electric cars, not cars, but shoes with wheels attached to the soles.
The buddies who can wear roller skates when we were young really make us envious. I remember when I was a kid there was a roller skating rink next to my house. When the skating rink was open every night, many boys and girls would flock to it. Boys and girls like roller-skating not only to pursue the so-called fashion but also to enjoy the speed and passion that skating itself can bring to skaters. Roller skating is one of the most interesting activities enjoyed by people of all ages. When you go to a crowded place, you will see children, young people, and even adults speeding by. Look at them. They wear shoes with wheels at the bottom, which helps them float confidently and quickly.
Roller skates are an interesting little invention. Unlike inline skates or regular roller skates, the wheels are located at the heel of the shoe, so you can choose to roll or walk. In addition, they move you from one point to another very quickly. Best of all, the midsole has a sturdy cushion that adds comfort to the wearer, while the durable power strap makes the shoes comfortable to wear. The principle: Shoes/ sneakers with pop-out wheels attached to them. Tap and the wheels pop out and it becomes roller skates!
At that time, some boys and girls have already had children, so while the children also want to play roller skating, this time you can skate with the children. Roller skating is a great cardiovascular exercise and a great stress reliever! Here are a few benefits you might want to know about when buying your child’s latest or first pair of skates:
Seven Benefits of Roller Skating:
- Roller skating is an easy and fun activity that can be performed for a long time. Like swimming, it is a low-impact, systemic aerobic exercise, which is good for your health.
- Roller skating can promote the coordination of large and small muscles, improve balance and concentration.
- “Falling” is a necessary process for every roller skating beginner. Falling is also a kind of “exercise” for children learning roller skating, because children who play roller skating will not regard falling as a failure, but will be anxious. Get up and continue to play. Between “falling” and “getting up”, children will gradually develop resistance to “frustration”, and in the future, they will not have much gain or loss in winning or losing in various competitions. This is the best life education that roller skating gives children.
- Roller skating can improve the body’s ability to absorb oxygen more than jogging, swimming, cycling, and other activities, which can improve cardiopulmonary function and reduce cardiovascular diseases.
- The calories consumed by roller skating and jogging are almost equal, which can effectively control the weight and achieve the effect of body shaping.
- The impact force of roller skating on joints is only half of that of jogging, which can be used as a kind of rehabilitation project.
- For adults, it can also relieve stress and slow down aging.
Let’s put on your wheeled shoes and go scrubbing the streets with your kids!!!