There are more and more children learning roller skating and skateboarding in the streets and parks. Many parents and children don’t know how to protect themselves. Roller skating is a good way to exercise bones and muscles for teenagers, and it is not harmful to children’s growth. However, basic issues such as children’s physical safety, the purchase of roller skates and the preparation of protective gear, and the formulation of safe skating routes are often ignored by some of our parents. The following skateboard wheel manufacturers tell you the common injuries and prevention methods of roller skating.
Before exercise: do warm-up exercises-unstretched bones and muscles will aggravate some sudden collisions or injuries caused by instability of the center of gravity, so it is necessary to do warm-up exercises. Wearing a full set of protective gear-no matter whether the technology is good or not, we cannot avoid the occurrence of collisions. Only by wearing a full set of protective gear can the damage be reduced. Tighten shoelaces or buckles: Shoes that can’t fix the feet can easily cause damage to the muscles and bones of the feet and dysplasia. Therefore, choosing suitable roller skates is also an important part.
During exercise: Do not eat while skating: Avoid contaminating the venue or choking on food due to emergencies. Skating in the correct posture: The wrong posture is likely to cause bone and muscle damage, so you can ask the coach for the correct skating posture. Avoid sliding on water, oil, and debris or uneven roads: this will not only reduce the life of the roller skates, but also easily cause sideslip.
Whenever and wherever you want to know where your “limits” are, and keep them within the limits. Practice the new technique on a flat surface, not on a slope. Be sure to wear a helmet and protective gear. Stay away from the dangerous areas of sliding: sand, branches, leaves, gravel, oil stains, water beaches, and grids that can eat wheels. If the dangerous area is an inevitable low ground, try to put your weight on your heels and keep sliding or crossing straight. Find out the direction of the taxi. Encountering a low wall: first stop completely and step over in a horizontal step. Be especially careful when sliding on the highway! Sometimes cars, taxis and bicycles are unpredictable. Leave enough space for yourself. Pay attention to the driver’s movements to judge his route and prevent the door from opening suddenly.