Fastest Skater of India
When you think of sports, skating is one that is highly overlooked. Just like many other sports, it is good for health, both mental and physical. For anyone wishing to engage in a fun activity or learn a new sport, skating is highly recommended. Studies suggest one hour of skating burns around 482 calories. Not only that it improves heart rate, strengthen the muscles, improves balance and helps keep the fitness levels on check.
Throughout history, there have been different types of skates that were developed. They are now basically bifurcated into two that is quad skates and inline skates. When it comes to quad skating, it is mostly for indoor, for surfaces that do not have potholes or other hurdles and is smooth. The early beginners, as well as kids are recommended to practice with quad skates. Further, as the skaters learn new techniques, they develop a flair for artistic skating.
Quad skating will also teach the kids to have patience. During the practice, learners have to repeatedly practice getting up with skates, roll, balance and do other techniques which teaches them the attitude to not give up and be comfortable with failures. Skating will not only help you be physically fit, but the activity also helps freshen the mind. For kids, it offers multiple learnings where they start to understand what competitive sport is, how anyone can fail yet try again and succeed. It provides amazing boost to confidence and makes the person highly positive and flexible. People who skate tend to be self-starters, and good learners as they have better concentration.
Imd1 Quad Skating for Hobbyist course is designed for the learners who have basic knowledge of skating and are aspiring to learn more, for those who wish to professional train in this sport or practice it just for fitness and fun. The course endorsed by the legend Nikhilesh Tabhane, the fastest skater of India, is scientifically designed keeping myriad factors in consideration. The course delivery is done in a stepwise manner with the right learnings and instructions supported by instructional and informative videos, images and more. For an interesting time learning and better absorption of knowledge, the techniques are taught by means of many games.
The course teaches the basics of skating from starting to turning, rolling, duck walk, stopping and even falling correctly. To learn any sport, it is imperative to learn the techniques. Moreover, if you learn in a stepwise manner, it gets clearer and easier. With the right training, it is important to learn the right steps first. You cannot run if you do not know how to stand. This is exactly what this imd1 courses does. You learn in a stepwise manner and practice and get better.
Level up your skating skills...!!!
- Become familiar with history of skating, how can one benefit from it, and different disciplines of skating
- Get acquainted with the different types of skating equipment and the right ways to use them
- Learn to strengthen core and lower muscles with various skating exercises
- Understand and develop weight distribution, balancing and coordination skills
- Practice variety of drills to learn to skate faster
- Be able to skate swiftly on the tracks using various braking and turning techniques on quad skates
- Perform the basic duck walk on skates
- Learn the falling drill and the acceleration technique after starting
- Enjoy skating with various fun activities and games and discover your own creativity while skating
Maximum age 65 Years.
Students should carry following in backpack:
- Water Bottle to avoid dehydration
- Quad Skates as per Guru recommendation
- Skating gears (Socks, Helmet, Wrist Guard, Elbow pad, Knee pad and other if any)
- Fruits (Banana is recommended) or any healthy food / dry fruits
- Sweat T-shirts, skin tights short or skin Suit or Body Suit and hand napkin
- Medical necessity if any
- 1.1 Basics of Skating
- 1.2 Awareness about Skating in India
- 2.1 Warmup Exercises
- 2.2 Stretching & Cool Down
- 3.1 Get Ready with Safety Gears
- 3.2 Strap up your Skates
- 4.1 Basic Skating Posture
- 4.2 Hand Movement
- 4.3 Walking on Skates
- 5.1 Drag your Skates
- 6.1 Jumping on Skates
- 6.2 Rolling with lifting alternate legs
- 6.3 Rolling with lifting One leg
- 6.4 Rolling in and out
- 7.1 T Stop
- 7.2 Split Stop
- 8.1 Manage your Turning position
- 9.1 Duck Walk
- 10.1 Get into Starting posture and accelerate your skating
- 11.1 Falling Drill
- 12.1 Games with Skating