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Skating Imagine that youve just turned 16 and your parents bought you a brand new Mustang Youre cruising on the street at approximately 25 miles per hour So maybe youre not breaking the speed limit but everyones staring You feel the light breeze through your hair Then youre in the air 12 feet high Finally you land on your back and come this gesture 6 in close to cracking your skull What happened You were skating As Aaron Spohn a well respected ramp builder for the National Inline Skate Series Extreme Games and many pro inline skaters said When you tell someone you are an in-line skater you automatically assume they envision you sporting a tangerine body suit waist pack and a pair of wraparound neon sunglassesS1 Or maybe you see me as one of those with 3500 generic skates moving my arms more than my legs and rolling down the street at a rate of 1 mile per day This is not the type of skating I am talking about Im talking about aggressive inline skating Maybe this aforementioned misconception is due to the many aspects of inline skating and the amount of people involved About 123 million kids are currently inline skaters2 There is a 572 rise in participation in inline skating from last year compared to basketball which dropped 49 and football which rose only 583 This is obviously a growing sport and its one that youre probably already doing Whether or not you want to do inline aggressive skating it is one of the best all around sports because it provides benefits to three core areas physical social and mental I believe I started inline skating in about seventh grade and I would have to say I had no life before then But I guess now I still dont have a life because all I do has to do with inline skating
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