Whether you’re new to roller skating or have been racing around the rink for a while, check out the following tips for both beginners and intermediate skaters to observe.
Practice Roller Skating Indoors First
When you first learn how to roller skate, it can be a challenge. Even though you know the basics of roller skating, actually putting it into action is tough. Practice your walking, rolling, and gliding on a carpeted floor. So, if you fall, it won’t hurt so much!
Maybe you know the roller skating basics but want to try a new trick. Carpeted floor will be your new best friend. Make sure to wear your roller skating gear even though you are on carpet!
Take Roller Skating Classes
Learn how to roller skate from a trained professional. Our roller skating classes are suited for all ages and abilities! We offer two types of classes: beginner and intermediate. Our staff will teach you the basics such as balance, posture, safety, forward and backward skating, starting and stopping. For only $5 per class, this is an inexpensive and fun way to learn how to roller skate!
Wear Protective Gear Every Time You Skate
Protective gear is so incredibly important when you’re taking part in any physical activity. It not only saves you time and money spent in the emergency room but also saves your body from getting beat up. Even the professionals wear roller skating gear. So strap on your helmet, pull up your kneepads, fasten your elbow pads and wrist guards, and start skating today!
Contact Wheels skating center today with any questions!