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Hi! My name is Damian and I’m
an inline skating instructor. And today I’ll teach you
how to rollerblade. Lesson one is going
to be theoretical. There’s a number of things to
know before you start learning. I try to teach my students by implying three golden rules of mine and then I teach them how to react
on different kinds of danger which may happen when
you’re rollerblanding. So, the three golden rules
which should be learnt. You should always remember about
them while rollerblanding. Of course, at the beginning you’re
focus on what you’re doing but during the whole
process of learning your brain and muscles
are creating memory and then you keep the right position
without thinking of it. The first golden rule: the knees are to be bent. Even now I’m standing and talking
to you I got my knees slightly bent. I’m not having them straight, I’m not rolling this way Because it looks bad and
also is very uncomfortable. So, the keens should be always
bent, at least slightly. The second golden rule: the legs can’t touch
each other in any place. If your legs touch each other this way it’s like you would fall off the bike
because of the front brake being hit too hard. The legs should never touch each
other in any point – it’s important. From this part they are
to stay seperated. That’s why it’s rollerbladeS. When you’re skiing you also have two
legs and each is self-contained. It’s not snowboard where both
legs are attached to one board. Remember to keep your legs seperated,
noone rollerblades this way. The third golden rule,
the most important one: you should lean forward. I tell kids to keep their nose
right before the toes. When I’m leaning back, the weight of
my body in concentrated on the heels. What could happen now? I can fall down. Arms tend to move this way and
I’ll tell you more about it later. If you keep the nose before the toes,
everything’s fine as my weight is on the front. This is how you should rollerblade
when you’re a beginner. In this case, I absolutely advise
not to skate on the heels because it’s a really
hard way of skating only for advanced skaters. Notice the line: arm-knee-toes. If I put on my sholder
a thread with a button and let it dangle, the thread passes thorugh
these three points. It’s a perfect position
for a roller skater. There’s one more rule: the faster you rollerblade,
the more you lean forward. If you see a person who’s moving
very fast and take part in marathons, or you remind how looks a body of
ice skaters, for example Zbigniew Bródka, when he’s about to start: he’s
prepared to ride really, really fast. He moves the weight to the
front as much as he can. The faster you drive, the
more leaning forward you are. The heels. I mentioned them before. Most of rollerblades,
just like mine, keep the heels a little
bit higher than the toes. Most of the weight is
concentrated on this part where my toes begin. Skating on heels is for
more advcaned skaters, you just have to know how to rollerblade and the video is dedicated
for the beginners. I recomment to keep the
weight on the front. When it’s located in the back, just
like I demonstrated a while ago, you lose balance and can fall down quickly. Another very important thing to
know before you start skating. You should know how to react
to any kind of danger. You’ve already seen a few examples
when I was close to fall down. Most people tend to react this way. They try not to keep balance by moving their arms and it looks like that. Actually, it’s the worst thing
you can do in such a situation. Firstly, when you rise your arms you
also rise your center of gravity. Consequently, it’s much easier to fall. You’re on the heels, you
start moving nervously. You try to stay balance because falling down is so emberassing! No, it is not. I’ve been skating for a really long
time and it happens to me all the time. Every advanced skater
says the same thing; every person who’s into
sport falls down sometimes. You can check Youtube. Also medalists got some failures
and they don’t feel bad about it Sport’s like that and it
may happen to everybody. But it’s valid to
know how to fall. This is highly important. If you have any experience with
sport, it will be easier for you. If you haven’t done too
much sport activities, you’ll have to focus on your
head to gain a technique, a way fo reaction. When something bad is happening,
do not try to fight for you life. Arms out. I’ll show you that this way. Notice, that I am following
all the three golden rules. Arms out and do a squat. I’m trying to lower my centre
of gravity as much as I can. What’s happening now? First of all, by lowering
my centre of gravity I may not fall at all. If I’m closer to the ground,
it’s easier to keep balance. Now you understand that having
arms up is the worst thing to do. Also, I’d prefer to do a squat because
if I fall it won’t be that painful, I will have some control over it. Arms out are ready to meet the ground. Even if I fall down on my butt, what
also may happen during practicing, the distance won’t be great and I
won’t hurt the backbone so bad. Trust me, it’s much worse to
fall when you’re standing and your centre of gravity
is much, much higher. Once again, it’s valid not
to be afraid of falling, Sometimes it’s better to fall
and have control over it. First arms, second knees. Then you stand up and
continue skating. Don’t be ashamed of falling down. Those who may laugh have no
idea about rollerblading. I’ll tell you more
in the next episode. Remember! Before every sport
activity you should do a warm-up. There’s not a good weather today,
so I’m not doing it on the grass. Water is not a friend of skaters
and I’ll tell you why in a moment. It’s good to start a
warm-up from the head. So, head rotation, then arms circling. You can do it like that or that. Or you can do it the
way I like the most. Helps to keep the coordination
what’s highly important in skating. It’s the basis for this sport. Then, you warm up the hips. You do all the exercises on the grass. Next thing – knees. You can do some squats, for example. Or do some knees rotation. And then you can jump a little bit.
On the grass, of course. Do some slops. It’s a basic warm-up. Remember not to avoid
any part of the body: head, arms… hips… knees and ankles. Then do a few swings and you’ll be ready to start skating. Let’s move to the first rollerblading
and the question: what to do? You may be afraid of skating on
the asphalt as you can fall down. You can fall pretty much
everywhere, so can I. But remember that now you
know how to do that. It won’t be bad. The first exercise which prepare
you for the first skating: stand on the asphalt and
keep the feet V-shaped. It will help you to keep balance and you’ll
stand without moving back or forward. V-shaped feet is the only exception
for keeping the legs separately. Only when I want to stand still my rollerclades can touch each other. And then you start stombing. You can see my position – I keep
it all the time when I’m stombing. Slower and faster… Again slower. After a while you can try
to rotate around your axis. Both sides. Remember to do it slowly, step by step. I’ve done it quickly
because I can do so. I’m just demonstrating
how it looks like. You’ve done everything, that’s great. Now
you can try to make your steps wider. Now you step on the
right and on the left. Once you can do it, you start making
one wider and one smaller step. Repeat it a few times on the both sides. All these exercises can prepare
you for the first rollerblading. And one more thing: when you’re doing each lesson, try
to spend on it about 60 minutes. It gives you a certainty to
master the giving material. Also, in the future I’ll
prepare some homework for you. That’s all for now and
see you next time!

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