Roller skating is a sport that many people like, but roller skates are divided into single row and double row. So, what is the difference between single row roller skates and double row roller skates? Is single-row roller skates better or double-row roller skates? In fact, there are many differences between the two, whether in terms of technology, speed, and venue, there are big differences, but double-row roller skates are much more difficult than single-row roller skates. As for whether roller skates are better in single row or double row, different people have different opinions, but in terms of benefits, double row roller skates will be much better. Let’s take a look at the detailed comparison of the two roller skating manufacturers.
Dual and single row skating skills and methods are different. Because the solo skating method is roughly the same as that of real ice figure skates and ball skates, it can only be used as an auxiliary tool for on-road training of ice skates. You can’t use your solo to play on wooden floors, let alone take your sling. When it comes to the real ice rink, it only plays on those ice rinks with concrete floors or open-air porcelain tiles and marbles, or even street games.
The double row is the most difficult, and it is also loved by the masters. People who play double row are boring and boring to play solo row. Double row is suitable for older children and adults, single row is suitable for younger kids. Ice skates are not suitable for children because they are extremely dangerous. If you want to affirm your actions, challenge more tricks and have more happiness and satisfaction, single row cannot help you, only double row.
Generally speaking, it is difficult to compare, but in terms of advantages, it must be a double row. Take the crowd as an example, double-row wheels can exercise children’s body organs, exercise the right brain, develop the right brain, make the child smarter, more flexible, and promote physical development. Single row cannot be done. Single row can only satisfy the fun of children. Of course, children younger than 6 years old are recommended to row alone, because single row is more stable and safer than children. The difficulty of the double row wheel is increased, and the technique is deepened, which can better meet the needs of older young people’s intelligence and mental satisfaction and physical exercise.