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Fear comes in many forms.  How do you face your fears?  Some people understand FEAR as an acronym: False Evidence Appearing Real.  Sometimes it's mind over matter but there are definitely thing...

Working WITH and THROUGH Fear

Fear comes in many forms. How do you face your fears? Some people understand FEAR as an acronym: False Evidence Appearing Real. Sometimes it's mind over matter but there are definitely thing.

Roller Derby Technique: The Waitress with San Diego Derby Dolls

Roller Derby Technique: The Waitress with San Diego Derby Dolls - Really cool, I'm just worried about getting a directional.

Getting your inside leg around the blocker trying to push you out is one of the best ways to keep your balance on the outside line....Good example of using your leg to get around someone... // Roller Derby

Steering out of trouble Getting your inside leg around the blocker trying to push you out is one of the best ways to keep your balance on the outside line. BAD v Denver, 2013 WFTDA Championships

Use Your Toestops... Learn to run on them. Learn to walk on them. Learn to hop around while you’re being beat on by big scary Gotham blockers.  Protip (learned from the great Chantilly Mace): Kneel and go up on one toestop. If you can put more than four fingers under your wheels, your toestops are up too high. In general, find a height you like between 3 and 4 fingers (though some people—crazy people—like them closer to 2 fingers under a wheel). I promise you won’t trip on them.

Learn to hop around while you’re being beat on by big scary Gotham blockers. Protip (learned from the great Chantilly Mace): Kneel and go.

Spinning for Derby: 360 degree jump

Spinning for Derby: 360 degree jump

Roller Derby Lessons Fresh Meat Crossovers Lesson 8 - By PipSquish

Get your 27 laps in with Squishy's Crossover lesson! Be the best Roller Derby Player you can be!

Stomp & Spin: like the 180 degree step spin, the Stomp & Spin incorporates a hop from one foot to the other.   The key is to not have both feet on the ground simultaneously.   the Stomp element reminds you to place 100% of your weight onto one foot & then spring around 180 degrees in the air before landing on the other foot.  Stomp your weight onto your right foot. Jump off this foot and land on your left foot that is now pointing backwards. Practice it going through smaller and smaller gaps

Stomp Spin: like the 180 degree step spin, the Stomp Spin incorporates a hop…

Plow Stop DRILLS- I'll have to try some of the exaggerated learning stuff at the beginning of this vid. I don't do that with my feet I don't think!

Plow Stop DRILLS- I'll have to try some of the exaggerated learning stuff at the beginning of this vid.

Step By Step: Lateral Jumps for Roller Derby.   I absolutely LOVE Kamikaze Kitten's blog! She breaks basic skills down with the physics of how they're done.

Step By Step: Lateral Jumps for Roller Derby. Kamikaze Kitten breaks basic skills down with the physics of how they're done.

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25 ways to attract more fans to roller derby

How to attract more people to UK roller derby games.

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