Conquer the ice on skates!
Ice skating is a fun hobby for the whole family and suitable for everyone! Many of us learn to skate already as a child. Skating aid for toddlers provide the necessary support for children to enjoy their first skating on the ice.
Has it been many years since you last skated on ice? Then you will happy, for sure, to hear this: learning to skate again as an adult is easy! Learning skating is irrespective of age, as skating develops coordination, improves blood circulatory and engenders red cheeks. Ice skating is also an inexpensive hobby, as nature skating rinks are freely accessible to everyone, and entry fees to ice skating halls are reasonable priced.
Skating trainer – inspires and motivates
The first time on the ice is always exciting. How to stay up? How to kick without going too fast? Learning to skate will happen fast, when it is fun and safe. A skating aid for toddlers makes them confident and secure, so they become completely ready to take their first slides on the ice. Furthermore, it inspires and encourages them to develop their skills and learn even more.
Does it feel like you have been away from skating too long? Or maybe you want to bring your kids to skate, but you are not completely sure that you can manage yourself? Just use the same skating trainer as your children! With its adjustable height, everyone can benefit from the skating helper – no need for tools or tiresome processes, just a skating trainer for children as well as for adults.
Skating requires courage when you have to try balancing on the ice with skates on your feet. Skating is a popular hobby, but it is good to remember a couple of basic skating tips. Here are skating exercise and three tips for how to learn to skate:
Tip A: Wear a helmet and do your warm-up!
Ice skating is an outdoor activity and a small, initial warm-up before going to the ice is recommended. Ten jumping squats, swinging arms or jumping in place is a good idea and it only takes a few minutes. It is also highly recommended to use a helmet! The helmet protects your head if you fall or someone collides with you.
Tip B: Learn to fall and get back up
Falling is part of skating, which is why it is also worth spending some time on learning! Before taking the first moves on the skates, you better learn how to fall and get up again. In that way, falling becomes a natural part of skating instead of being a scary thing that you fear and focus too much on.
Tip C: Kick to the side, slide and brake
When you master the falling, it is time to try the first kicks. Start by standing in the correct skating position by keeping your knees bended. Kick a little bit to the side by pushing the ground, hold your bottom down, knees bended and enjoy the slide until you start losing pace. When you succeed in gaining a bit more speed, it is time to try the aura braking, where your toes point towards each other so your feet form an A-shape.
Remember to bring a smile, a childish mind and a snack for the break!
Buy an ice skating aid easily from the online store
Did you know that you can find a skating factory in Finland – the country of Santa Claus? A skating aid for beginners is made of high-quality materials, so security is guaranteed. Oiva skating aids can be found in red and black. Which one do you choose? Skating aid for adults and toddlers can be ordered easily from Tukimet web shop. You will also find other helping tools for moving and travelling, such as
rollators, walking sticks and rollator wheelchair combos.