Is it silly to ice skate for fun?
Topic: Exercises for improving writing skills
May 21, 2019 / By Etta Question:
i have never ice skated and i wanted to know if it's stupid to learn to ice skate when i don't want to be in any competition. i just want to learn how to spin and jump. I was so ready to buy ice skating shoes. i was so ready to buy the lessons. but now that i think about it is it stupid to buy shoes if i'm not planning to go to competition or just skating as a form of exercise or as a hobby that i don't even know if i like. i just want to try something new but i don't want to waste my money.
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Clematis | 9 days ago
It's not silly. I even wanted to learn how to figure skate for fun too without competition, so i signed up for classes. The classes definitely helped me improve my skills. Skating is just like any hobby too - like drawing,writing, running etc. Good luck :)
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why would anyone think its silly? I am a skating coach and have taught countless adults who have never stepped foot on the ice before. I have also taught teenagers as well, it is a pretty normal thing to do
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No, it's not silly. It's actually much more fun to skate recreationally than to always be sweating a competition. You can practice at your own pace, and if you don't do a spin or jump perfectly, it's ok. It's not a waste of money, at the least it's good exercise. Go for it!
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I think that over 99% of people who ice skate do it voluntarily or "for fun". For arguments sake lets figure that another 1% is forced to ice skate because some evil dictator or despot or government regime just rolls like that.
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Ice skating is like Hockey some people do it for fun and some people do it for sport, nothing wrong with doing it for fun.
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Originally Answered: Is this a good letter (it to township, for bmx to be allowed in skate park)?
First, do not email a letter. Snail mail a letter to the Parks Department, the Mayor and your city council representative that you will hand sign along with your name and address. This will establish that you are an actual person who lives in the community in question as opposed to a nameless, faceless email address.
Second, get your parents or a teacher to help you with this letter. You make some good points, but I think you could have a more concise and eloquent letter with some careful editing.
On a personal level, I think you should be allowed access to the park, but there should (and will) be rules and times associated with BMX access to what was probably designed and intended as a "skate park", otherwise you wouldn't refer to it as a "skate park." Furthermore, the comments regarding young children should be removed, as arguing for your access while arguing against theirs is counter productive to your cause.