Table of Contents
Introduction to Skateboarding
Choosing the Right Skateboard Ramps
Selecting Your Skateboard Deck
Things to Consider Before Buying Skateboarding Shoes
How to Improve Your Balance
Finding Popular Skate Parks
Cool Tips to Skate Hills(highly dangerous)
Strategies for Skateboarding Faster
Jumping Tactics for Skateboarding
Safety Tips for Skateboarding
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Skateboarding has been around for quite a long time now. It originated in California by a group of surfers who wanted something to do when the waves were to calm to surf. The idea took off in no time at all and it seemed as if it was a crazy almost instantly. The skateboarding trend quickly spread around the United States and eventually worldwide.
Skateboarding can be enjoyed by many different types of people. There are people who skate just for fun and then there are professionals who actually make a living by doing what they love. Big competitions such as the X games can offer large payouts for the best skateboarders.
If you think that you could never be as good as skaters in competitions, you need to stop thinking like that! You may not be able to do all of the amazing tricks that they can right now but that is what practice if for. Professional skaters did not wake up one day and have the talent that they do. They had to put a lot of blood, sweat and tears into their skateboarding skills and that is why they are as good as they are.
If you plan on learning to skate it is important that you know the basics of skateboarding. Remember, it is important that you always put your safety first. Helmets and pads should always be worn.
The following chapters of this book will go over skateboarding and will give you some tips and tricks that will help you to improve your skill level.
Chapter 1: Introduction to Skateboarding
Skateboarding is not only a good outdoor activity for children but can also be enjoyed by even older individuals. It is also a good recreational activity that can also function as an ideal exercise plan. Exercising by using skateboards uses quite a few muscles such as the back and leg muscles, thus improving the agility and foot flexibility of the individual. The individual is also able to sharpen abilities and learn something new.
Skateboarding has also become a booming industry. There is a lot of money that can be made in this market. Some of the higher quality decks and accessories can be quite expensive and can rack in a lot of revenue. The skateboarding industry brings in an estimated $4.8 billion in annual revenue.
In the early 1940’s skateboards were nothing more than wooden boxes with roller skate wheel attached to the bottom. Now they are highly advanced in their design and this is a lot of what allows skaters to push their tricks to new levels. Many of the things you see done on skateboards today would not be possible using the older skateboards of the early years.Other Details
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