Inline skating lessons with an instructor aren’t cheap, and although I believe you get what you pay for, I’ve written this page in the hopes of helping you to get more out of your lessons. Of course I’m a little biased being an instructor myself.
It’s really important to practice between lessons if you want to get the most out of your money. Practice will help you improve on the drills and skills worked on in the previous lesson and will help settle your skating muscle memory of those movements. You’ll also spend more time on your skates which equates to more time spent working on your balance. Thus, when you start the next lesson, you’ll be at maximum sponge-like absorbency ready for all the cool new skills we’ll cover.
Muscle memory refers to the body’s ability to memorize, or perform automatically, a well rehearsed motion. Here’s a great article by […]