Learn more and improve your rollerblade and inline skate skills from a skilled and experienced instructor. These step-by-step video skate lessons for advanced level skaters show you the right way to skate and practice, as if you have an instructor with you. Each video skate tutorial has accompanying detailed notes and also a Practice Exercise Summary so that you practice everything needed in the right order and you know what to focus on. These lessons will develop and polish your repertoire of skills, increase your safety and make your skating look smooth, easy and comfortable. Gain confidence by learning to combine skills together to create impressive combinations and sequences which really have the ‘wow’ factor.
• Introductory Videos;
Weight Distribution and Stance, Advanced Pre-requisites, Secrets to
• Skate Skills Lesson Videos;
Forward Outside Three Turn, Backward Outside Three Turn, Backward
Inverted Mohawk, Jumps (Forward to Forward jump, Backward to Backward
jump, Forward to Backward jump).
• Expert Demonstrations.
• Step-by-step instructions for safely learning each new skill.
• Common Problems and how to fix them.
• Graphics to explain essential information.
• Technical notes and focus points.
• Practice Exercise Summary (for easy, at-a-glance practice).
• Total of 1hr05mins worth of teaching videos.
Asha Kirkby is one of the highest qualified and experienced skate instructors in the world. She is a trainer of instructors worldwide for the ICP (Inline Certification Programme) and has taught thousands to skate in her UK skate school Skatefresh in London and Brighton. As an ex-figure skater in her teens, Asha has been skating for 30 years. These lessons are the culmination of her years of experience teaching and skating. Her teaching style is unique, direct and to the point and has been tested on many students with great success. Put an instructor in your pocket and see how much easier it all becomes. Let your practice time be truly useful and productive. You can only relax on your skates when your technique is good and you are skating well. This is when it flows, when your skates feel like part of you (and not separate). Your skating will then make you feel vibrant and alive.