Skateboarding is one of the popular extreme sports. It is practiced with a special tool, the skateboard, consisting of a wooden board.
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In a sense, skateboarding was invented to allow surfers to practice their sport even in the absence of rough seas. The wooden board is equipped with wheels.
The wheel is mounted on precision bearings, and articulated attacks (trucks or trolleys) that allow steering and are adjustable according to the athlete’s specialty and weight.
The layers of maple wood (usually seven) are cut, pressed, and glued together to ensure the outstanding strength and flexibility of the board (deck).
The sport is composed of many specialties, among which the most important are street-skating, vertical-skating, “speed” specialties, long-jump, and freestyle.
The shape and size of the board, and the type of accessories, differ depending on the specialty being practiced. They are all concave to allow for more stability and maneuverability.
Thanks to today’s technologies, it is possible to build boards in carbon fiber. The latter, given their rigidity, are both flexural and torsional.
It allows the athlete of the speed disciplines, through the technique of “slalompumping”, to transfer directly on the board a large percentage of the thrust of the legs.
It is obtaining curve conduction in acceleration (without dispersions related to torsions and flexions that would limit the force applied and the precision of insertion in the curve).
Skateboarding is also used for winter sports (snowboarding, skiing) and surfing. It can be practiced from 5 to late age, with the basic techniques of sliding, bending, and stopping in safety.
It will be better if provided with the safety-protection equipment under the guidance of qualified technicians and federal instructors. Teenagers favor acrobatic specialties.
All glisse sports (sliding) lovers can find skateboarding the most appropriate discipline for their skills.
The longest skates provide sensations similar to those of glissata of the other board sports “brothers”: they serve to carve on the asphalt with real longboards.
Skateboarding has been popularized, in part, by countless films about skateboarders. To quote one of them, Lords of Dogtown, which tells the life of the z-boys, Stacy Peralta, Tony Alva, and Jay Adams, in their climb to world success with their board, used only as a substitute training for surfing.