What are the basic movements of roller skating?
Roller skating, as a fashion sport, has attracted a large number of enthusiasts. Two or three-year-old children have gradually appeared in this growing team. So, what are the benefits of learning roller skating for young children? How should babies learn roller skating? Let us tell you. Put on roller skates and protective gear first, then stand up. After standing, you can try to raise the baby's arms from the side to shoulder height, with the left heel against the inside of the right foot, and stand in a T shape. This is the most basic roller skating posture, and it is also a test of baby's courage.
For a three-year-old baby, daily walking is very easy for them, but it is the first time to stand up with roller skates, because there are too many uncertain factors, the baby can not be sure whether it is in danger. The coach reminds: Mom and Dad can pull the baby's hand from the front to stand up, or let the baby stand on an object. But you must not hold your baby up from behind, otherwise the baby will lean back, which is not conducive to mastering the essentials of movement.
Stepping includes actions such as stepping in place, stepping sideways, and stepping forward. Before stepping, you usually take a few minutes to warm up. For example, you can do 15 leg raises, steps and stomping on the spot, mainly to increase the strength of your baby’s legs and prepare for the start of sliding. Then the feet change from T to outside and step forward, and the center of gravity moves to the left leg and right leg slightly raised and lowered. Then move the center of gravity to the right leg, and slightly raise and lower the left leg. Repeat the exercises and gradually increase the speed.