When you first start in line skate Australia, there are a lot of things to learn. It’s not like riding a bike or learning to drive—you have to learn how to balance on wheels with your feet strapped in tight.

 Luckily, it’s not rocket science! There are some simple tips and tricks that will make the process easier for you.

How to choose the right skates

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Choosing the roller blade can be a daunting task. There are lots of factors to consider, but here are some quick tips:

  • Know your size. If you don’t know your shoe size, visit a store and ask for help from someone who knows what they’re doing.
  • Test skate in the store. Don’t buy skates without trying them on first—even if you’ve been skating for years!
  • It might not always be possible to test them in person, however; if that’s the case, find out how long it takes for returns/exchanges on online purchases and check out reviews before making any decisions about which pair(s) may work best for your needs.

How to fall safely?

There are two primary ways to fall: on your feet or on your butt. Ideally you want to land on your feet, but this is not always possible.

If you find yourself falling and not able to plant both feet firmly on the ground, try rolling onto your side rather than smacking into the pavement—this will be much less painful!

To do this, bend at the knees and prepare for impact by keeping them slightly bent so that you don’t injure them too badly when you hit the ground.

Letting out a small grunt as soon as contact is made will help keep more air in your lungs; this can also reduce pain later on because it means there’s less pressure inside of them (or so I’ve heard).

How to balance on inline skates

Skating is a challenging activity, and it requires practice to be able to balance on inline skates. To help you get started, here are some beginner’s tips:

  • Focus on the ground. Don’t look up or down while skating; instead, keep your eyes focused in front of you so that you can see where your feet are going to land.
  • Keep your knees bent. An important part of balancing on inline skates is keeping both knees slightly bent at all times – this allows for better control over speed and direction as well as balance when stopping suddenly in an emergency situation (for example, if there’s an obstacle in front of you).
  • This technique also helps prevent injuries such as tendonitis or shin splints from occurring due to repetitive stress injuries caused by unbalanced motions like running without proper knee positioning!

How to skate forwards for beginners

To skate forwards, push with your left foot while moving your right foot forward. This will cause you to turn in the direction of your left foot. To turn right, do the opposite: push with your right foot and move your left foot forward.

If these words don’t make sense yet, just remember that pushing means pressing down on one pedal (similar to how you would ride a bike). Moving means lifting up on one pedal at about a 45-degree angle from where you’re standing (also similar to how you would ride a bike).

How to turn left and right

Inline skating is a lot easier than it looks. It’s all about leaning, which means you can even do it in the privacy of your own home. Grab an empty box or a pair of skates and start practicing with these tips:

  • Lean left to turn left, right to turn right. Think of how you’re getting around on roller skates—the more weight on one foot, the faster that leg will move (and vice versa).
  • You’ll want to keep your body facing forward while you skate at first, but eventually you’ll be able to look back over your shoulder without losing momentum so long as one foot remains dormant at all times while turning around corners or intersections.
  • Use a wall or curb as a guidepost for leaning into turns when just starting out; otherwise it might be difficult keeping track of how far off-balance any particular turn is getting!
  • Just remember not let go unless absolutely necessary—if anything does happen unexpectedly (such as slipping off), just let go immediately before falling down hard onto pavement or concrete surfaces

inline skates Australia is a great way to get exercise and have fun at the same time. If you’ve never tried it before, we hope these tips help you get started on an exciting new hobby!