Fb2 Get Rolling: A Beginner's Guide to In-Line Skating ePub
by Liz Miller
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill; 2 edition (January 1, 1998)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1976 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1589 kb|
|Digital formats:||mbr txt azw doc|
Liz Miller has written a great book for the beginner skater. It covers what you need, how to avoid injuries, maintenance of equipment and over a dozen of skills. Now some people think you can learn to skate by just reading a book, and that is wishfull thinking and NOT what this book is about!
Liz Miller has written a great book for the beginner skater. Now some people think you can learn to skate by just reading a book, and that is wishfull thinking and NOT what this book is about! If you want to learn inline skating, take a lesson from a certified instructor. When taking those lessons, you can read through this book and it will give you excellent insights on how and what. This book makes great reading for both instructors as well as the general skater.
Liz Miller wrote Get Rolling because, she says, it was the inline skating book she wished she'd had as a beginner. with an easy, encouraing format and an inviting, laid-back style, Liz builds on IISA/ICP teaching standards to guide novice in-line skaters through dozens of lessons, covering safety and equipment along the way. Liz will shoe you how to get rolling-and stop rolling!-as quickly and safely as possible. Her step-by-step instruction on fundamental positions and movements (everything from Stances to Strokes to Scissors to Sqizzles) prepares you for more advanced moves later on.
The most complete guide on, comprehensive step-by-step, In-Line skating lessons. This book has a nice way of introducing the first time skater to inline skating, as well as giving the intermidiate skater some valuable tips for the next level. It takes you from beginner to advanced intermediate in the safest way. The fear of falling is gone; you learn how to fall and get up properly.
Inline skating is a multi-disciplinary sport and can refer to a number of activities practiced using inline skates. Inline skates typically have two to five polyurethane wheels, arranged in a single line by a metal or plastic frame on the underside of a boot. The in-line design allows for greater speed and maneuverability than traditional (or "quad") roller skates. Following this basic design principle, inline skates can be modified to varying degrees to accommodate niche disciplines.
Get Rolling: A Beginner's Guide to In-Line Skating. 0070432589 (ISBN13: 9780070432581).
Miller, Liz. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).
Author Liz Miller is a nationally-known certified instructor who wrote Get Rolling for nervous novices seeking a comprehensive in-line how-to guide
Author Liz Miller is a nationally-known certified instructor who wrote Get Rolling for nervous novices seeking a comprehensive in-line how-to guide. With an easy, encouraging format and tons of empathy for your fears, Liz will turn you into a confident, competent skater w. Get Rolling is your guide to the safest, easiest way to start (and stop!) rolling on in-line skates. Author Liz Miller is a nationally-known certified instructor who wrote Get Rolling for nervous novices seeking a comprehensive in-line how-to guide.
Get Rolling Book Store. Get Rolling : The Beginner's Guide to In-Line Skating "This is the book I couldn't find when I first started learning to skate!" by Liz Miller, Dan Kibler. Advanced In-line Skating Is the local bike path getting a little boring? As a self-appointed inline missionary, it is my constant (and irresistible) desire to enlighten the growing ranks of skaters across the globe to the ever-widening world of rolling opportunities, and inspire them to experience inline skating to its fullest. Today's inline enthusiasts are ready to advance beyond the basics to the next, more adventurous level of skating.