When putting on boots, untie the shoelaces first. When you put your foot into the shoe, it should be slow and don’t pull the cover too tightly. If the knotted shoelace is too long, tuck it or tie an extra loop on the shoe so that the remaining shoelace is a certain distance from the ground to prevent stepping on and falling. After putting on your shoes, don’t rush, check on the spot to see if they are secure. The shoes must fit the foot, and the wrong shoes will inevitably affect the correct skating posture and skills.
The boot part of the roller skate also needs good maintenance to prevent the leather shoes from “out of shape” and prematurely scrapped. After each use, due to sweating, the roller skates for women are wet, and the shoes should be dried in a cool place in time. Do not expose to the sun or bake, otherwise the roller skates will shrink, wrinkle, become stiff and crack. Oiling, when not in use, the shoe “stay” should be placed in the shoe to keep the original normal shoe shape.
Speaking of which I have a question, do you go down stairs in roller skates?
It is not easy to go down the stairs. It slips down the ladder before and after. Don’t think it is a staircase, you must slip it over like a flat ground. Open your feet back and forth, and the center of gravity is in the middle! If you slide forward, it is usually about three or four wheels touching the stairs, and the center of gravity is on the heels, but between the two feet, remember to squat low and open your feet back and forth!!
Beginners start from step 1.2. The wider the step, the better (and it can’t be too exaggerated). Practice at 30, 45, 60, and 75 degrees. Pay attention to the speed to be faster, otherwise you will get stuck.
a) Slip forward: Accelerate to an appropriate speed first, when approaching the stairs, take a high kneeling position, keep your body straight, do not lean forward or backward, and slip down. Squat slightly with your knees, separate your feet back and forth, about your toes to your heels, and then tilt at a 45-degree angle, keep your knees at a certain speed, and keep your feet at a certain distance. Start with the first step, then the second and third steps. , Level 4, there is a chance to correct the angle again, 60 degrees…75 degrees if you are not sure, don’t try 90 degrees easily, pay attention to the softness of your knees, so as to avoid sports injuries. Beginners must wear protective gear..
b) Rear slip: practice the back slip first. Generally speaking, the back slip is more stable than the front slip. Remember to wear protective gear. Accelerate to an appropriate speed, turn into a backward slide when approaching the stairs, lunge forward and backward, and slide down. The focus is on the back foot, the most important thing is to overcome the fear, the key is to keep the roller skates stable, not one When you reach the foot of the stairs, the posture will be deformed, and the feet should be stabilized. No matter what happens, you cannot merge your feet. Don’t go forward or backward.