The practice of mastering balance in roller skating

Chicago Classic Roller Skates
  1. Glide straight ahead with one foot

    Put your hands behind your back, bend your upper body to a 60-degree angle to the horizontal, bend your knees to form a 60-degree angle to the horizontal, use the supporting foot to walk forward with one foot, and place the other foot behind the supporting foot, parallel to the front foot. Feet on the ground, looking straight ahead. When doing this action, you need to lean forward slightly and place your weight on the roller skates for women that support your feet.
  2. One-legged straight back gliding

    Similar to forward gliding, but requires leaning back, lifting the non-supporting foot forward and holding it.

Classic Inline Skates
3. Sideways sliding in a straight line
The heels of the two feet are opposite to the heels to form an outer figure. At the beginning, it needs to be at a certain angle. Then, one foot is forced to slide to the other side, keeping the direction-finding slide. After the speed drops to zero, use the other foot to slide from Apply the force in the opposite direction, and then keep sliding, so that the semi-circular arc is continuously sliding. Once you find the feeling of measuring the line, you can slide the straight line. At the same time, the eyes need to look straight in the direction of travel.
Mastering a Balanced Approach
1. Wrong step in place. The legs are naturally bent to maintain the center of gravity, and the feet are staggered one in front and one behind. After staggering your feet, keep your feet parallel, with your toes facing forward. Keep the body in place, and after the center of gravity stabilizes, retract both feet, and switch feet to stagger.

Street Trend Roller Skating
  1. Raise your legs in situ. First, shift the center of gravity to one leg, and slowly lift the other leg up as high as possible. During this process, the body should always be kept upright and not shaken. After the roller skates are stable, change the other leg and lift it up.
  2. Walk in parallel. First, take a leg in that direction parallel to one side of the body. The span depends on the height of the individual, and 1.5 times the shoulder width is appropriate. After the body is stabilized, retract the other leg in the direction of the step, and stand in a parallel standing position. During this process, it is necessary to maintain the stability of the body and do not sway back and forth. After the body stabilizes, take four steps in the same direction.

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