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How do you skate without getting hurt?

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Roller skating is a popular but sometimes risky sport. It's a great cardio workout that can be a lot of fun, but falls and bruises are part of the game. However, there are a few tips that can help you avoid serious injuries. A proper fall can mean the difference between a serious injury or a minor bruise. Skaters must be as good at falling as they are at skating.

This passage is going to talk about the followings of fitness skate:

(1)Safety precautions before skating

(2)Riding in a safe environment

(3)Tips for safe falls


(1)Safety precautions before skating

Check the plates safely before riding. Nuts and bolts should be checked regularly to ensure they are not loose. It is important to check that the nuts holding the wheel to the axle are securely fastened. These nuts should be tightened to the point where they no longer rotate (but do not interfere with the wheel's ability to move). You should use a Phillips screwdriver or socket wrench to tighten these bolts.

Adjusting the truck. These are the metal parts that hold the wheels in place and are held in place by the main pin bolts. Turn your board upside down and adjust the nut in the middle of each truck counterclockwise, turning it a quarter turn to tighten it. The tighter the main pin bolts, the more secure you will be when skating. If you are a beginner, tighten the bolts on those trucks.

Roller skating 

(2)Riding in a safe environment

If you ride your skateboard at home or in the classroom when friends and family or teachers are not around, or in any place where there are obstacles (such as houses or classrooms), then please be careful. This is because these are places where you could be seriously injured.

In a classroom with desks, chairs and benches that could injure your back, knees or ankles. Houses are too small and have many dangerous obstacles in them.

Weak legs and poor balance will increase your chances of falling. Improve your balance by practicing more. There are also exercises that can help you improve your balance and strength, so try them to improve yourself.

If you want to stay safe and prevent injuries, we strongly recommend that you wear all the safety equipment you need.

Important safety pliers are:


Elbow pads

Knee pads

Wrist guards

Cotton shorts


(3)Tips for safe falls

If you are learning how to roller skate, there are two things you need to know.

You will fall. It's inevitable, so get used to it.

There's a right way to fall - it makes falling a lot less painful!

Yes, if you can believe it. Skating is indeed the right way; skating is the wrong (read: dangerous) way. Becoming skilled at skating the right way can help you avoid injury and roll up immediately.

If you do enjoy skating, keep the following tips in mind.

Choose a direction and go with it. If you've ever fallen straight down on your tailbone, then you know it really hurts! To fall backwards, try leaning to one side and tilting so that you fall on the side of your hip with more tilt than if you were flat on your tailbone.

Falling with your hands is instinctive, but you should remove your hands from the floor or clench your fists as soon as possible. You don't want your fingers spread out on the floor in case someone accidentally slips over them! Practice falling safely and keeping your hands on your knees, thighs or in the air on the floor.

When falling forward, try to control the fall by dropping and sliding on one knee. This will minimize the impact of the fall.

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