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How to put on protective gear kits?

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Just like any other new skill, learning to skate comes with its ups and downs. But if you're not prepared, the "fall" of skating can be a little painful! If you are interested in learning to skate, or teaching your child/partner/friend how to skate, please be fully aware of how to wear roller skate protective gear.


Body parts that need protective measures

Steps to put on skate protections



(1) Body parts that need protective measures

First stop, helmets! Helmets are an important piece of safety equipment for many sports, but you need to make sure you choose the right helmet for the sport. Although there are no "shockproof" helmets, they can prevent serious head and brain injuries from falls or collisions. Check out "helmet safety" for more information.

Next, elbow and knee pads. These pads are a smart choice for beginners, especially when skating outdoors! While a fall on the hard floor of a rink may not feel good, concrete or asphalt can be more painful. Wearing elbow and knee pads will protect these vulnerable areas, which usually take the worst hits without falling off.

And last but not least, don't forget the wrist guards! Learning to skate will inevitably involve some falls, and it's only natural to fall with your hands outstretched. Unfortunately, wrist injuries are one of the most common reasons skaters end up seeking medical attention, so they are worth protecting. Wrist guards provide both impact protection and supportive support to ensure your fall doesn't result in a visit to the emergency room.


(2) Steps to put on skate protections

Want to learn to skate, you should first learn to wear the correct skate box protective gear! Here are the simple steps to put on the protective gear, if you need to solve specific problems, we recommend that you consult the relevant field professionals in detail.

Step 1: Now open the buckle of the roller skate shoes, if there are laces, put on the laces, and after that adjust the shoe size.

Step 2: Sit on the stool, put one roller skate flat on the ground, (you must wear socks before wearing roller skates) and then put one foot through the mouth of the shoe, feel whether it is comfortable.

Step 3: Tie the laces of the skates first.

Step 4: Fasten the roller skates. The other shoe is also the same way to wear.

Step 5: Fix the knee pads in place and put them on the knee.

Step 6: Position the elbow pads and put them on the elbows.

Step 7: Open the buckle of the hat and put it on your head.

Step 8: Wear the handguard on your hand, (protruding in the palm of your hand) do not wear the opposite cluck.

Since the whole set of skating equipment is dressed up, may as well wear good skating protective gear now, let us go out skating!


(3) Conclusion

Whether you skate casually or aggressively, no one will risk a skating injury when most skating injuries are preventable, or at least greatly mitigated by the proper use of protective equipment.

The first essential items we recommend are wrist and knee pads. Wrist injuries are the most common injuries and the most frustrating because we are constantly using our wrists on a daily basis.

You can also purchase elbow pads, which will be very useful if you find that you lean back more than you lean forward, because when you do so, you are likely to land on your elbows and bottom.

Finally, unfortunately, a helmet is a very easy piece of protective equipment to overlook, but a good investment! Proper protection can prevent most brain injuries.

No matter how much protective gear you wear, injuries can still happen, but just like seat belts help in a car, a good set of pads will keep you safer!




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