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You'll have so many talented Rollerskating tutors to choose from!
Roller skating and inline skating can be a lot of fun and good for your physical and mental health. It's also a fairly cheap hobby and quite accessible as once you have your skates and your gear, you can do it almost anywhere including in the streets, at roller rinks, or in leisure centres.
If you're interested in roller skating or inline skating, let's look at the history of roller skates, why you should learn to skate, the challenges you'll face, and how private tutors can help anyone start having fun.
The early history of roller skates isn't well documented, but the first recorded instance was in London and used on stage in the early 1740s. However, the person who invented this skate is unknown.
The more popular story of the roller skate includes John Joseph Merlin, a Belgian freemason who made some inline skates and crashed into a mirror at a party!
Skates took some time to gain in popularity, but during the early 19th century, they were being used in operas and theatre productions mostly for artistic reasons. Public skating rinks were also opened during the mid-19th century in the Strand, London and Floral Hall.
Skates were almost exclusively inline skates until 1863 when the four-wheeled or quad skates were designed in New York City. Arguably, this is the precursor to modern roller skates. The toe stop was patented in 1876 and by this time, the design of roller skates has changed very little.
Throughout the 20th century, roller skating remained moderately popular with booms between the 1930s and the 1950s in the US and enjoying even greater popularity in the 1970s with disco music and roller discos.
Roller skating and inline skating never really became as popular as they were in the 1970s until 2020 when there was a huge uptake in people skating during the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in a worldwide shortage of skates!
If you're not convinced about learning to roller skate, you should remember that skating, at any level and in any form, is a great way to burn calories as you'll be moving about, even if you're just a beginner trying not to fall over. Since roller skating and inline skating are exercises, they're also good for your heart as it gets the blood pumping and can improve your cardio fitness.
Roller skating is also a great way to build muscle. You'll be using your legs a lot as you skate but you'll also engage your core to keep your balance.
All this exercise is also good for your mental health as exercising can reduce stress, improve your mood, and leave you feeling happier and more focused!
Of course, roller skating and inline skating aren't without their challenges, else we'd see everyone skating instead of walking everywhere.
One of the trickiest things for skaters, especially beginners, is finding a suitable place to skate. While advanced skaters can skate on almost any type of surface without too many problems, a beginner will need a flat and consistently smooth surface to skate on. Similarly, they'll need a place away from obstacles, traffic, etc.
There's also the issue of staying on your feet. Whether you're doing roller skating or inline skating, you will fall over somewhat regularly, especially as you start to learn. You need to get over this fear of falling so that you can start improving your skating skills. We're not saying you should skate around with reckless abandon, but you won't get any better at skating if you keep just skating around slowly.
If you're interested in roller skating or inline skating, consider getting lessons. While you can teach yourself, your skills will improve much more quickly with guidance from private tutors.
Whether you're a beginner or an advanced skater, lessons and training will help you to improve your level while working on your fitness and having fun!
Private lessons with a tutor are particularly effective as the tutor can focus on you and your training. This means that you won't waste any time on skills you've already mastered and can concentrate on the skills you want and need to learn.
If you're interested in private tutoring for roller skating or inline skating anywhere in the UK, just search for tutors on the Superprof website. There are tutors all over the UK and around the world ready to help you get your skates on!
With one-on-one tutoring, you'll be the only student in the class so they can focus fully on what you want to learn and the skills you need to work on.
Group tutoring is a great option if you're on a budget or looking for a way to meet new people with shared interests. Since the students are sharing the cost of the tutor's time and expertise, this type of learning tends to be cheaper per student per hour.
Even if you can't find any suitable or available tutors in your local area, you can search for online tutors. While these tutors won't be able to teach you how to skate directly, they can provide you with a useful training program and drills to practise outside of the lessons. In this case, they'll be giving you tasks and routines to be getting on with and leaving you to go out and practise.
Don't forget that a lot of the private tutors on the Superprof website offer the first lesson for free. You can use these free classes to try out various tutors before deciding on which one is right for you and what you want to learn.
Don't forget that you may be spending quite a bit of time with your tutor so ensure that you get on well with them as it's much easier to learn how to skate if you're also having fun while you do it!