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In Line Skating
by Mark Powell
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0880116595, Paperback)
In the follow-up to the highly successful first edition, In-Line Skating (Second Edition) has been updated and expanded in its coverage of what makes in-line so exciting: roller hockey, racing, and aggressive skating.
For skaters new to the sport, In-Line Skating provides five step-by-step chapters on how to master skating technique. The millions of skaters looking for new trends in the sport can brush up on their technique, train for a race, pick up roller hockey, or learn how to try some of the trick skating they see on TV.
The book's highlights include:
- advice on the latest in-line equipment
This book combines the skating and fitness expertise of Mark Powell with the skills of one of the leading skate designers in the world, former in-line racer John Svensson. Together they explain and show the skills and thrills that make in-line so appealing to skaters of all ages and abilities.
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:50 -0400)
You'll find: advice on the latest in-line equipment; 104 photos and illustrations showing skating technique; 39 drills and exercises; two performance training programs for in-line racing; roller hockey rules, drills, and descriptions of necessary equipment; and tips on street and vertical skating. Whether you're new to in-line or just looking to expand your skating skills, In-Line Skating has it all. Fitness and skating author Mark Powell teams up with racing and equipment expert John Svensson to help you get the most out of in-line.
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