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Torbaydos wrote:Fall forwards. Do this on grass first so you are used to falling. If you find yourself overbalancing backwards dive to the ground on your knees and hands
Don't take any advice from anyone who doesn't skate well themselves
Becca wrote:Lycra is gay.
If you're not wearing pads, then on the arse in the way to go.
Agree, but what does that have to do with skating?Becca wrote:on the arse in the way to go.
Yes, and also get yourself wrist pads, its pretty easy to break your wrists unconciously trying to stop the fall with your hands.Dragonfly wrote:*Note to self: MUST BUY KNEE PADS!* Lets just say taking a shower last night was...uhm...tricky
Toby wrote:Trouble is with pads, you get better and then take them off, but then you need to relearn how to fall.
PeterC wrote:Toby wrote:Trouble is with pads, you get better and then take them off, but then you need to relearn how to fall.
Same for ice skating (land floppy, slide then brace for the boards), and ramps (land floppy then slide), how you fall should depend on the surface too, it is kind of hard to remember that at the point of stacking though. Ho hum.
Dragonfly wrote:aTMsA wrote:Yes, and also get yourself wrist pads.
Got wrist pads, they have come in pretty handy so far.
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