A Manual for Beginning to Intermediate Inline Skating

Book - 1998
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At last, a book that actually teaches you how to inline skate. Whether you're a rank beginner or a skating pro, William Nealy's Inline! will educate and entertain you like no other how-to-manual you've ever read. Nealy uses hard earned crash-and-burn skating experience, 4th dimensional drawings, and his twisted sense of humor to give you the most comprehensive, easy to understand, and detailed book on skating ever written. Inline! will teach you everything you need to know to become a seasoned blader. Learn how to skate, from taking your first baby steps on blades to more advanced techniques such as getting air, descending stairs, expert turning techniques and more. Inline! also includes chapters on how skates work, skate maintenance, safety, and the all important selection of body armor. Finally, Inline! will teach you the many ways to stop, or safely fall, while you're climbing the learning curve. All of this in Nealy's hilarious, easy to understand cartoon style that makes learning fun.
Publisher: Birmingham, Ala. : Menasha Ridge Press, c1998.
ISBN: 9780897322744
Characteristics: xi, 201 pages :,illustrations ;,26 cm.
Alternative Title: In-line!


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