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Old October 31st, 2006, 01:53 PM   #1
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Default Spinning, slalom or other nifty stuff on fitness skates?

I've started with fitness skating, but I wanna do so much more then just doing some distance !!!
Thx to this forum, i got the skating bug All of your enthousiams just seems to rub off - been browsing trough the artistic forum and the cone slalom, looking at video's. Both spinning and slalom looks awsome and so much fun to do.

Anyone have experience on doing tricks (like spinning/slalom) on inline fitness skates? (i can easily loose the heelbrake since i don't use it).

Do i really need specific skates?
I have Fitness Helix 46 Lady skates by Fila (only 100) (http://my.filaskates.com/index.php?p...shop&Itemid=49)
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