There are dozens of excellent books
on inline skating, from beginner "how to" books to manuals for advanced
skaters. For a complete listing of such books, we suggest you
try Amazon.com. Other books we can recommend:
by Mark Heeley
1996, 128 pp.
Full-color large format book with excellent illustrations of equipment,
technique, and maintenance.
Fitness In-Line Skating
by Suzanne Nottingham
& Frank Fedel
1997, 176 pp.
48 different workouts grouped across six different training zones of
by Liz Miller
1998, 139 pp
Expanded edition of one of the first inline how-to books. Now with
by Mark Powell & John Svensson
1993, 127 pp.
Black-and-white photos, drawings, and text introduce the reader to all
facets of inline skating.
In-Line Skating Basics
by Cam Millar
1996, 96 pp.
Plenty of step-by-step instructional color photographs geared towards
the recreational skater.