Inline skates were born out of new demand for innovative skating features that skate in unique and different ways. Skating on inline skating is very fun, and it looks simple-but it just looks simple.
Beginners Tend to Have the Following Common Mistakes of Inline Skating
Do not Wear Protective Equipment
I see it frequently, people skating without a mat, slip and hurt themselves, or worse they might break a bone. I’ve been skating for years, and if I’m going to be with a lot of people, I’ll wear a full outfit, and if I’m skating around, I’ll still wear wristbands. Protective gear won’t break the bank, so wear some helmets, knee pads, elbow pads, and wrist pads to protect yourself.
Put on Skates that Don’t Fit Well
Inline skates are not cheap, everyone knows, but be smart when buying and choosing the right size skates. If you choose the wrong size, you may give up after 10 minutes of skating, and you may never skate again because you think it is not suitable for you. Inline skates should fit like a pair of comfortable sneakers. Appropriate skates should not be too tight but should limit the amount of foot activity in the boots to reduce the chance of blisters.
Too High-grade Skates
If you are a beginner, please do not use skates with very large wheels and low boots. These skates are more advanced and are specially designed for people who like marathons and competitions. For first-time skating people, those big 90-100mm wheels are too big and you will fall or have difficulty trying to turn and maneuver. Keep away from those unless you have been skating for years.
Run a Marathon
If you’re new to roller skating, don’t consider that you can strap on your skates and protective gear and skate for 25 miles. The next day it hurts so much that you never want to touch those inline skates again.
Learn how to Brake
Exist is reasonable, brake for inline skating is very important, please master the brake method. There’s nothing worse than skating on the main road and the next thing you know someone is running into you because they’re going too fast and can’t stop. For the safety of those around you and yourself, learn how to break before you start skating. This is not so hard to do that, and you can try it in your own community before setting foot on the trail.
Safety is no small matter. For beginners in inline skating, learning should be done step by step, playing steadily, and slowly increasing the difficulty.