Bought New Skates!
How about taking a
lesson? Whether you are a beginner skater
or have been skating for a while you can benefit from a lesson
with an IISA Qualified Instructor.
Visit the Qualified
Instructor Locator or call Top-Spin Inline Skating School
at (214) 749-4054
for the name & number of a qualified instructor near you.
LESSON is the best way to stop.
Learn to stop before you start! A Qualified Instructor
will show you how to control your roll by explaining how to
effectively use your new skates brakes.
LESSON builds confidence.
Qualified Instructors will help you to gain a basic
understanding of the skills involved in inline skating,
creating a foundation of solid skills that will increase
your confidence on skates.
LESSON is interactive.
Unlike a video, an instructor can monitor your
performance & give specific feedback on what you are
doing well & what you need to work on in order to
LESSON provides a model.
How many times have you asked five people the same question,
only to receive five different answers? Lessons from
Qualified Instructors guarantee you will develop a
consistent framework on which you can build. Instructors not
only demonstrate proper technique, but can replicate any
problem you might have so you can see differences in body
LESSON will allow you to build your skills.
Once you have got your foundation, learning more
advanced skills is much easier. All more difficult skills,
whether hockey, racing or floating along like Torville &
Dean, are a combination of fundamental skills.
LESSON is fun.
Gosh, you could be at the gym, staring at yourself in
the mirror for an hour, or you could get some fresh air. A
lesson is a fun way to grow: it is a new experience, it is
healthy & it can be done outdoors while you smell the
LESSON can be social.
Group lessons are great fun! What a great idea for your
partners birthday party, or for a weekly get-together with
LESSON is not just for youngsters
Whether you are seven or seventy, there is no better way
to improve your skating than by taking a lesson. In 1995,
87,000 people over the age of 55 inline skated. A lesson
with a Qualified Instructor is the best & safest way to
work your way into your new sport.
LESSON is safe
After learning a few simple skills with your mind at ease,
you will soon be doing what you thought you were afraid to.
Qualified Instructors endorse the use of full protective
equipment & will show you how to fall 'with style'
(simulated, of course) & get up using the gear as
LESSON provides focus.
A Qualified Instructor will help you practice your skills in
a fun way. Doing the same thing over & over by yourself
may help a bit, but chances are you will get bored & who
knows if what you are practicing is right. Practice does not
make perfect; perfect practice makes perfect.
produce safe skaters.
Once you have new skills & confidence under your
belt, you will be a safer skater, able to maneuver through
the streets & trails with control. You will have more
fun & enjoy the surroundings or conversation of a friend
& the walkers & bikers will be happy that there is
one less flailing skater sharing the path!
produce confident skaters.
When you are confident & safe, the number of places
where you can skate will increase. You will no longer be
afraid of tiny hills & curbs. You will end up taking
your skates everywhere (great tool for when your car runs
out of gas!)
produce educated skaters.
A Qualified Instructor will not only teach you to skate
better, but also will be able to suggest places to skate,
teach you the Rules of the Road,
suggest wheels & bearings for the type of skating you
do, tell you about inline magazines & introduce you to
other skaters for group skates, competitions, or just
is always more to learn!
Inline skating offers many area's including racing,
hockey, aggressive, fitness, freestyle & skate-to-ski.
Lessons will introduce the basics of all these disciplines
& one sport can grow into six fun, healthy activities!
Ask your local skate shop
for the IISA Qualified Instructor they work with, or call Top-Spin Inline Skate School at (214) 749-4054 for
details of an instructor in your area.
the best thing you can do to get the value & fun from your
skates that you expect!
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