With physiotherapist Edita Prošková, we looked at scooter riding - its health benefits and risks. What can it do for us, what should we be careful about when riding and what should we keep an eye on with children?
According to movement therapist Ondřej Růžek, anyone, who is really serious about riding a scooter, should develop his stability and balance. Nearly every person has a tendency to prefer one upper limb and one lower limb, thereby developing functional and muscular imbalance.
You have surely heard from us already that scootering is an utterly healthy kind of movement that involves the entire body – from the feet to the lower limbs, the torso, hands and shoulders and the head. But how to perform it correctly? We have asked a highly qualified expert – world scooter champion Michal Kulka.
Due to its complex approach, not only many professional sportsmen, but also common people suffering from pain in the locomotive system seek out Vladimír Ščerbanovský's Rehabilitation and Motion Centre. In addition to massage and other treatments, they prescribe revolutionary methods for clients there, from Gyrotonic to the re-discovered scootering.
Do you think riding a scooter is not exactly rocket science? Well, you're both right and wrong - a good push off technique will help you save energy and optimize your ride. Let's look at it more carefully.
Stay in touch and get information about interesting events or product novelties.