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WITH ROLLERSKOOL,

FAMILIES ENJOY THESE BENEFITS :

 IMPROVED BALANCE, COORDINATION

AND PHYSICAL FITNESS.  

IN A FUN, SAFE AND EFFECTIVE WAY

 

 

 

 

An Inline Skate School with Sports Specific Goals

 

 

Rollerskool's Sports Specific Direction 

 

The Rollerskool's curriculum helps skaters learn sports specific disciplines 

 

The curriculum of Rollerskool starts all skaters from zero. No prior experience is needed to join a class and all skaters will progress learning to their strengths and interests. Skaters strengths are an essential part of their skating career as this will drive them to their interests. Its uncommon for a skater to be attracted in a direction of where they are weak or have no interest in. 

 

With Rollerskool, skaters explore their inline skating capabilities and at the airplane level and above they will be introduced to different inline skate sports disciplines. The disciplines are the following: 

 

  • Inline Speed Skate 

Inline Speed Skating is race format sport on inline skates. Skaters race a decided distance and see who can skate the fastest. International competitions are held all over the world and has a very competitive atmosphere. Inline Speed Skate Clubs are available in many countries and cities around the world so what we aim to do is help Rollerskool skaters be competent enough so that if they were to join one of these races, they could do so in a safe and fun way. 

 

  • Hockey 

In Roller sports, there are two types Hockey. Roller Hockey and Inline Hockey. The later resembles Ice Hockey and includes body cheques and heavy padding, where the former uses less padding but penalizes excessive force. The rules of the game emulates soccer more than ice hockey. In Rollerskool we abide by Roller Hockey Rules and use what ever equipment is available. As this is the introductory stage of Hockey, we focus a lot on skating with equipment in a gameplay format to get the technique right. So that once every one is on an "on par" level we proceed to conducting games and matches.  

 

  • Skate Cross 

Skate Cross is an action packed obstacle run race. the idea of being able to address different obstacles on skates helps skaters improve their agility and confidence. Being able to execute a skate cross course successfully challenges a skater to use so many different skills. This mastery of skills is needed in different disciplines. Regardless of talent, practicing both strong and weak skills is paramount to help a skater succeed in different sports disciplines. 

 

We at Rollerskool see that helping skaters get the most of their time on skates is essential. So exploring the different skate disciplines early is a great way to see their strengths and interests. There are several ways to distinct Rollerskool from other skate schools when it come to the goal of roller sports introduction. The following is one of the examples: 

 

Absence of the heel brake 

In Rollerskool, the coaches teach the skaters to master stopping without the usage of the heel brake. The main reason behind this is because none of the roller sports disciplines use heel brakes. So from the very beginning Rollerskool skaters master the skills needed for playing inline skate sports. 

 

The goal will be to host and conduct Roller Sports Specific Events where Rollerskool skaters can enjoy an awesome skate event experience. 

 

ROLLERSKOOL IS AN INTERNATIONALLY ACCREDITTED INLINE SKATE SCHOOL PROGRAM BY THE ICP INTERNATIONAL 

 

By being sports specific oriented, Rollerskool hopes to become a positive contributor in growing the Roller Sports Industry. 

 

Start From Zero

Beginner

 

Game Based Learning

Game Based

 

Roller Sports Oriented

Sports

Skill Levels

Skill Levels

 

 

ROLLERSKOOL TESTIMONIALS

  • Testimonial 1
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  • Testimonial 3

ROLLERSKOOL PROGRAMS

  • Program 1
  • Program 2
  • Program 3
  • Program 4
  • Program 5
  • Program 6
  • Program 7

SIGN UP STEPS

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ROLLERSKOOL TEACHING METHODS

  • Teaching M 1
  • Teaching M 2
  • Teaching M 3
  • Teaching M 4