The basic essentials of the horse stance are: open the legs, bend the knees at 90 degrees, the upper body is vertical, and the eyes are straight ahead. Stick to this action for ten minutes at a time, and then gradually extend the time for a few days. Exercising the horse stance can exercise the leg muscles and is very helpful for mastering the technique.
- Exercise without shoes
Learning roller skating is divided into two stages. The first stage is shoeless practice, that is, you do not wear roller skates and make roller skating actions on the ground.
In fact, it is the practice of rubbing the soles of the shoes. The basic essentials are: put your hands behind your back, bend your knees into a horse stance, lean forward slightly, and raise your head to face the front. The action on the foot is that one foot slides diagonally forward and the other foot provides recoil. The angle of the two feet is about ninety degrees.
- to walk
After you put on your roller skates for women at the beginning, you don’t know how to push forward. Put on your shoes first, then slowly move forward. No matter what method you use, just walk forward. Gives you a feel for what it’s like to be on wheels.
4. Sliding forward
Common mistakes made by beginners: Always stand up straight, it is easy to fall, and there is no motivation to move forward, the knees are bent, and the feet are not parallel, but about 90 degrees. The foot slides diagonally forward instead of straight ahead.
There are also some details to pay attention to when learning roller skating.
- Choose a professional and qualified coach to guide your child. A qualified coach will make the child fully warm up before the exercise, and will also do corresponding relaxation training after the exercise, and will teach the child the correct posture during training. This step-by-step regular exercise will greatly reduce the risk of sports injuries.
- The shoes and protective gear should be qualified. Due to the poor physical coordination of children, roller skates must fit the feet, and all protective gear, such as helmets, wrist guards, elbow pads, knee pads, etc., must be complete.
- The venue is suitable. Practice roller skating must be carried out in a closed and safe venue, not in an open place with many people, especially on the road. Children under the age of 10 need to practice under parental supervision.