Rollerblading lessons

San Francisco

  • Location: Aptos Playground | 147 Aptos Avenue
  • Private 1-on-1 Lessons | Small Groups
  • New Students 15% OFF- Use Code NEW15 at checkout Does not apply to discount packages
  • Courses Offered:
    Learn to Blade, Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Available Rentals:
    Knee & Elbow Pads, Wrist Guards, Bumsavers and Helmets
  • For students with under 2 weeks of blading experience.
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  • Using a mix of assisted and unassisted stationary and dynamic training for proper forward blading including bubbles, scissoring, turning techniques, safely stopping and safely falling.
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  • Not eligible for skatepark
  • For students who have tried blading and have at least 2-4 weeks of experience.
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  • Using a mix of unassisted stationary and dynamic training for proper forward and backward blading including, more advanced turning techniques, slaloming, and stopping.
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  • Not eligible for skatepark.
  • For students who have a strong command of the beginner basics and are ready to learn more advanced tricks.
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  • Using dynamic training to improve basic moves , crossovers, one foot skating, ¬†jumps, 180 turns, and much more.
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  • Eligible for skatepark.
  • For students who have a strong command of ¬†intermediate level moves and are ready to string together lines, trick combinations and even competition training.
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  • Improving intermediate tricks ¬†and ¬†consistency to create trick lines.
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  • Skatepark highly recommended.
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Protective gear needed - details on Gear Up Page

  • REQUIRED¬†- > Helmet
  • REQUIRED¬†- > Knee & Elbow pads
  • REQUIRED - > Wrist Guards
  • OPTIONAL -> Bumsaver, mouth guard

checkList to prepare for ROLLERBLADING

  1. Be sure to bring your properly sized and well-maintained trick ROLLERBLADES and protective gear. Or rent them from us at least 24 hours in advance of your lesson via the Sk8Gym Online Rental Shop
  2. Check rollerblade parts are working correctly; wheels rolling smoothly, cushions not disintegrated if vintage, straps laces not frayed.
  3. Try blades on prior to first lesson to ensure correct sizing and proper fit.
  4. Arrive early to suit up blades and protective gear before the start of the lesson.
  5. Optional protective gear: Bumsaver, mouth guard
  6. Socks: Wear cushioned crew socks to avoid blisters
  7. Bring plenty of drinking water
  8. Apply sunscreen prior to your outdoor lesson/class
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