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Posted 8/14/17 , edited 8/14/17
Do any of you Rollerblade or Rollerskate in your free time? It's excellent aerobic exercise.



Polt would even agree that it's excellent exercise.
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Posted 8/14/17
Haven't done that in years.
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Posted 8/14/17
Never have.
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Posted 8/14/17
I don't but I would really like to try inline skating
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Never did before.
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I haven't in forever but I'd love to get back into it.
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I've always wondered why people don't like rollerblading. I've been skating since I was 5 and I still do it quite often. It's extremely healthy for you too, because it works every part of your body. Feels so nice too, and I prefer it over skateboarding, or bicycles.
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spensaur wrote:

I've always wondered why people don't like rollerblading. I've been skating since I was 5 and I still do it quite often. It's extremely healthy for you too, because it works every part of your body. Feels so nice too, and I prefer it over skateboarding, or bicycles.


I've also wonder why people don't like it. For me it's fun as hell to race through a park on rollerblades plus it has helped me keep the weight off all these years. I know some people are afraid of getting hurt or they thinking that they can't balance on inline skates but it really is a lot better than roller skates you have more surface contact area on rollerblades. But it's all cool
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Posted 8/14/17
Nope, but i did in the 90's
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YouGottobeFockingKidding wrote:


spensaur wrote:

I've always wondered why people don't like rollerblading. I've been skating since I was 5 and I still do it quite often. It's extremely healthy for you too, because it works every part of your body. Feels so nice too, and I prefer it over skateboarding, or bicycles.


I've also wonder why people don't like it. :( For me it's fun as hell to race through a park on rollerblades plus it has helped me keep the weight off all these years. I know some people are afraid of getting hurt or they thinking that they can't balance on inline skates but it really is a lot better than roller skates you have more surface contact area on rollerblades. But it's all cool


I can answer this. There's a gay stigma attached to rollerblading (or roller skating in general) and most men are too insecure with their own sexuality to do anything that might call into question their sexual preference. I used to rollerblade a lot as a kid, and I loved playing street hockey... That is until my next store neighbor high-sticked me to the face and nearly took out my eye. I switched to skateboarding after that because half the fun of blading for me was playing hockey and I no longer had anyone to play with after that incident. Literally all of my friend's parents got together and decided that was the end of street hockey.
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Posted 8/15/17
Not really, but I would love to rollerblade and play street hockey for hobby. Street hockey is such an underrated sport and it requires rollerblading.
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KurtIrving wrote:

Not really, but I would love to rollerblade and play street hockey for hobby. Street hockey is such an underrated sport and it requires rollerblading.

This guy gets it.
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Posted 8/15/17
I used to rollerblade all the time, every day after school for an hour or so, getting a really good workout in and/or just enjoying the outdoors. And if I still lived in the city (with paved everything) I'd probably still be doing it (can't rollerblade too well on dirt roads).
Posted 8/15/17
Haven't tried that in years.
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