To get the most fun out of roller blading, you have to choose a good spot. Start with a spacious flat surface, like a concrete path where you can easily skate over. When you start becoming more experienced roller blader, you can move on to more difficult areas.
Don’t choose a crowded area, or a spot where there are people doing physical activities like biking, football, aerobic exercises etc as the constant movement of objects will get in your way, and could be a distraction. When you are starting out, always focus on yourself and your rollerblading. And be confident that your self roller blading gear will help you.
Choosing your equipment
Start by looking at all the brands and the cost of the equipment; make sure you do a thorough comparison. Deciding on the best one that is suitable for you and will make you feel comfortable as you ride on your roller blades.
When you buy the self roller blading gear, you have to be careful that it is the best quality and will damage easily. Also, the fit is very important. Your boots must fit snugly, otherwise the constant rubbing of your skin against the boots, because it is bigger, will create some nasty blisters.
Loose roller blading boots will also make it harder for you to stay in control and balanced. It’s the quickest way to turn you off the sport. Be careful how you tie up or strap the equipment. If its too tight, then it will be an uncomfortable ride for you.