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What is the difference between a 20° and 45° plate? – CHAYA SKATES TECH TALK | No.11

What is the difference between a 20° and 45° plate?  – CHAYA SKATES TECH TALK | No.11

What is the difference between a 20 degree and a 45 degree plate? Here at Chaya, we offer you two angles with our plates, we offer the twenty degree or the 45 degree. I always get asked what should we be skating & why? And again, you’ll often hear me say this, personal preference, first …

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How to Play Roller Derby : How to Skate with a Pack in Roller Derby

How to Play Roller Derby : How to Skate with a Pack in Roller Derby

In this clip we’ll talk about pack skating basics. In a roller derby game, unless you’re the Jammer, chances are you’re going to be skating in very close proximity to a lot of other skaters. There are ten skaters on the rink at any given time. Eight of them usually are making up the pack. …

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How to Roller Skate : How to Do a Front to Back Roller Skating Transition

How to Roller Skate : How to Do a Front to Back Roller Skating Transition

Hi, this is Rahel Cook, on behalf of Expert Village and today I’m here to talk about how to roller skate, more importantly, doing front to back transitions. Front to back transitions are quite tricky and the first thing that you need to know is that you need to be in the proper stance, knees …

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HOW TO STOP ON ROLLERBLADES | BRAKE ON INLINE SKATES | BRAKING ON SKATES | TUTORIAL | ROLLER BLADING

HOW TO STOP ON ROLLERBLADES | BRAKE ON INLINE SKATES | BRAKING ON SKATES | TUTORIAL | ROLLER BLADING

Hi this is InMoveSkates and today we will show you 5 tips of how to stop on inline skates. The next way to slowdown is plow or lemon. Lemon is a basic exercise that you have already learnt. First we try to do a very wide flashlight and put both of the rollers to the …