I will teach you how to skate on ice, quads, inline roller skates

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teach you how to skate on ice, quads,  inline roller skates
teach you how to skate on ice, quads,  inline roller skates
teach you how to skate on ice, quads,  inline roller skates
teach you how to skate on ice, quads,  inline roller skates
teach you how to skate on ice, quads,  inline roller skates
teach you how to skate on ice, quads,  inline roller skates

About This Gig

If you can walk, you can roll. Learn to skate to the funky beat, automatically.  Learn to skate videos on ice, quads and inline skates are fun for everyone. No skates or experience necessary. Learn in the privacy of your own home. If you or your kids want to go ice skating, rollerskating or rollerblading, give them the tools they need to roll in control. Help your child stay safe and skate cool.  Find out important information, like where is the steering wheel and brakes on their skates.  How to stand, skate, stop, turn, fall safe, maintain your skates, change terrains smooth like a snake and more. If you like Schoolhouse Rock or Dr. Suess, you'll love Skate 101. Get the power in an hour! Time to skate and celebrate with my learn to follow along skate videos and sing along songs.

Order Details

1 day delivery

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Have you or your kids been invited to a skating rink birthday party?
    Don't skate or let your kid skate without Skate 101!
  • What if I don't know if i can skate?
    If you can walk, you can roll, with Skate 101! No skates or experience necessary. Just follow along on your feet and learn to skate to the funky beat.
  • I was never comfortable skating before, but I wish i was.
    Without knowing what tools you have to skate cool, it's not easy being confident. Let me show you how to use the tools you have to skate cool. You can gain the confidence to skate without skates! Get the power in under an hour.
  • Is Rollerblading harder than Ice Skating or Roller Skating on Old School Quad Skates?
    People will tell you different stories based on their experiences. The physics is the same, but f you've skated inside in a controlled environment and then try to skate outside with different surfaces, it seems harder. Skate fit always plays a role on how you roll or skate.