Published at Tuesday, 21 August 2018. Inline Skates. By Colleen Sosa.
A new popular activity and sport is aggressive inline skating. Also referred to as "rolling" or "blading", these terms refer to a specialized form of inline skating. Aggressive inline skating is often associated with skateboarding and "extreme" sports and aggressive inline skaters often perform dangerous stunts and tricks and hard to do maneuvers. This type of skating is certainly not for the faint of heart and for many, it takes years and years of practice to perfect their skills and tricks.
Thus, to get the benefits from inline skating, it is necessary that you avoid doing tricks that will cause injuries. Tricks may come later when you are already very good in forward and backward skating. Then, you can start doing easy tricks moving to more difficult once.
The skates used for aggressive inline skating are usually a bit difference from regular skates. They usually have smaller wheels with a higher durometer and sole plates as well as freestyle frames. Aggressive inline skates have a harder shell to help protect the feet of the skater and provide more support. They have smaller wheels to help accelerate and decelerate faster and to help with tricks and speed.
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