Action essentials and precautions of skating

Before skating for the first time, you should wear elbow protection, knee protection, gloves, helmets and other protective equipment, and choose proper skates. Do some warm-up first.
Start skating with 10 to 20 minutes of easy slow skating.
A. shoes
When the first two or three buttonholes of a skater wear ice shoes, the laces of the first two buttonholes can be tied a little looser, the laces of the back should be tied tightly, and the wrists should not shake in the shoes, so that he can lean to both sides and pedal hard.
B. Dress Essentials
People who are new to skating should wear long sleeved clothes and trousers and gloves to avoid scratching their skin when they fall down. Children can wear kneepads, elbows, helmets and other protective equipment. The thickness and tightness of clothing should not hinder the movement.
C. Correct standing posture
The two feet are slightly separated with shoulder width, the tips of the two feet are slightly turned outward to form a small "eight" character, the two legs are slightly bent, the upper body is slightly tilted forward, and the front is visible. The center of gravity of the body should be smoothly pressed onto the pulley through the feet, and the ankle should not be turned inward or outward.
D. ice skating
Try to keep your balance after going up. Always slide in the counterclockwise direction. Don't slide at high speed. Don't chase and tease. Every time you practice, you should rest for 2 to 3 minutes every 10 to 15 minutes; when you are tired, you should take off your skates and relax your calves and feet muscles; after the first time you slide up, you will have muscle tension and soreness in your legs, which is normal. After several exercises, this feeling will disappear naturally.
In particular, "when sliding, you should lean over, bend your legs, and move your weight forward. If you slip, you should also fall forward, so you can't fall your tailbone.". They must have a pair of gloves, so as not to hurt the hands of the people behind them after falling down. "
Be careful
1. Skaters should avoid sharp objects when skating, so as to avoid scratches after falling.
2. When you fall, remember to get up as soon as possible and pay attention to other skaters. Don't struggle, follow the nature and try to land your hips on one side. Try to make your body fall forward, not backward, so as to avoid brain injury.