so today we’re going to talk about dry non-exercise and I will give you five key points to check to make your technique better on those exercise [Music] dryland training it cooks specially made to make you stronger and more fit with a little exercise we use today is to make you more technical so I’m going to show you five important points to keep when you do this dry line either side so first important point for the dryland exercise is to keep the upper body very compact when you move you it the shoulders to follow in the same way if the shoulders are moving side to side it’s not a good point to stay compact with the or upper body the second point that is very important in my opinion is that the way the skate is landing is when you put your foot on the ground it has to point to the direction where you’re going or slightly slightly little more oriented to the inside so be very careful not to open your foot when you put the foot on the ground when you do the movement the recovery leg up to do a quite big movement like a big circle on the side and to the back on your back so it’s an important movement to recovery also to take time so you have time to make the body transferred later the point number four is to get the correct timing so you have to start to move your body weight when your recovery leg is coming back in front it’s very difficult most of the time we do it too early like also on this video sometime I do it too early but when you bring your leg your free leg to the front try to move your body weight to the side a solana it’s very difficult to find out the difference between good technique and a good timing but if you have to put focus on the timing is really important if I have to choose between two skater one with a good technique and one with a good tightening I would probably choose the one with a good timing it’s really an information that it’s really important to skate good now the way you make your foot land on the ground is the number five of the important point you have to live to leave your skate land on the ground like in a flat position muscle time which is skater that point with the front of the foot very early or the back of the foot too early try to be as much as possible flat when you know that on the ground and I try to put a source get your footing little bit on the outside [Music] [Music] the way you do bigger size is you have to do the action quite slowly it’s important to be able to repeat and to go slow in your delivers month so you are able to fill the mistake if you go too fast then it’s too much information to control in one time so it’s very difficult to find out what you have to correct [Music] [Music] you

Inline skating tips: dryland 5 key point (pascal briand vlog 09)

5 thoughts on “Inline skating tips: dryland 5 key point (pascal briand vlog 09)

  • March 12, 2017 at 5:44 pm
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    02:46
    "Try to put __ __ your foot little bit on the outside part."
    As I don't hear the above blank part clearly I assume that you are saying 'try to put your weight little bit more on the outside part of your foot when or after landing'. I wonder if that's correct.

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  • October 20, 2017 at 10:59 am
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    Using the drone for overhead shots is a great idea: looks like a professional cameraman until one sees the shadow!

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  • October 24, 2017 at 11:52 am
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    This video is very helpful for me. Thanks a lot!

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  • October 25, 2017 at 8:34 am
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    Thank you for all of these videos and instructions on the fundamentals of inline skating. I’ve been skating for well over 20 years. First as a kid with friends, then hockey and the majority as an aggressive inline skater from when I was 15. I’m now 38 and I recently realized that I have been skating wrong this whole time.
    I recently tried free-skating and got extremely fatigued and felt I wasn’t skating efficiently.

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  • March 9, 2019 at 7:38 pm
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    Thank you im gonna try it.

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