A few things you must know about children’s roller skates
1. A good roller brake is usually made of rubber, which is resistant to falling and has good elasticity;
2. Shoes should not be too heavy;
3. The thickness of the roller skates should be more than 1cm. Too thin not only can’t protect your feet, but it will make your feet dirty after a long time;
4. Check whether the shoe wheel is in a straight line, whether the shoe shape is correct, and whether there is any peculiar smell;
5. According to the types of roller skating exercises carried out by the user, choose suitable roller skating shoes.
It should be said that the above are all simple choices.
Once you use roller skates, you need to use a full set of protective devices, including helmets, wrist guards, knee pads, and elbow pads.
It is best for children to learn roller skating under the guidance of professionals, and they must usually practice roller skating under the protection of their parents.
Children should do a “warm up” exercise before roller skating. In addition to sliding gently and slowly, pulling the ligaments and moving the hips, knees, and ankles are essential for at least 5 to 10 minutes.
Children will inevitably fall when playing roller skating, so parents must remind their children to protect their bodies. Among the protective gear, knee pads are the most important. Whether it is a beginner or a roller skating expert, the knee is the most likely to fall on the ground and the most susceptible to impact. The helmet is also very important. In case of a fall, the head is the most in need of protection. Location. In many western countries, roller skating without a protective gear is punished.
Choose a safe place. Don’t play roller skating in places where there are many pedestrians. Potholes, slopes, and water on the ground are not suitable for roller skating.
Although complicated movements are good-looking, they are not suitable for beginners. Only under the guidance of a professional teacher and master the essentials of the movements can you try to do some difficult movements.