New Fitness Product Skaters Coach Making Skating Accessible to a Broader Range of Participants for Fitness and Fun

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No other exercise will work 6 different body parts like inline skating, cardiovascular, cardio respiratory, strengthens core, shapes and develops legs, butt, and stomach muscles all with one exercise.

Liz Miller is a well known inline skating instructor and has been helping inline skaters start (and stop!) skating successfully and safely since 1992. Visit her web site at http://www.getrolling.com/. In Liz’s Blog she writes about a new fitness product Skaters Coach that is now available to make inline skating accessible to a broader range of participants. While there are gifted athletes that don’t need assistance while skating, there is a larger amount of people that do need assistance. Skaters Coach provides that assistance giving skaters added stability and balance.

Inline skating gained popularity in the late 1990’s as a fun, joint friendly exercise that does double duty as an effective lower body sculptor and mega calorie burner. The only downside: the potential to cause injury. In fact, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s National Electronic Injury Surveillance System’s (NEISS) latest figures from 2005 report nearly 27,000 emergency room visits from skating falls. The Skaters Coach helps eliminate that risk, and may be the one product that brings back the popularity of inline skater for more people.

No other exercise will work 6 different body parts like inline skating, cardiovascular, cardio respiratory, strengthens core, shapes and develops legs, butt, and stomach muscles all with one exercise. Why not skate safely, while enjoying these many benefits with Skaters Coach.

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