Roller Skating Research Paper

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Nicholas Pyles Professor Robin Mathis COMM 2400 2 October 2014 Pyles 1 By a show of hands how many people in the class has been roller skating and had a fun time? Now think about how your life would change if you had a disability. Cerebral Palsy affects my life in many way and one of the ways I coped with it was I turn all the negativity that I got from people and turn it into good positive energy. So I discovered an interest in Roller Skating at just three years old and got diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at the age of four years old so that made it even harder to learn how to skate. Roller Skating enabled me to conquer my disability and showed me the endless possibilities that come along with it. Roller Skating with a disability is hard for some people. According to, Americans complain and wish that they didnt have the disability that they were born with. Instead they need to learn to cope with it. I learned how to have fun with my disability by giving it exercise and the hobby I chose was Roller Skating. According to the Roller Skating history theres not a weekend that goes by that u dont see people of all walks of life enjoying various skating activities. According to it has been ranked among the best aerobic exercises according to the American Heart Association…show more content…
Some of the benefits that Roller Skating can bring is making new friends and job opportunities. For me it did just that, it gave me a job working at my hometown skating rink for five years and then after it closed , I improved and got a Djing job at another rink that I still do today. Because Roller Skating has been so helpful in improving my disability and gave me the job that I never thought I could have has made me want to open my very own Roller Skating rink someday to have a fun place for kids, but to especially to help those people that are disabled learn to roller

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