Skateboarding is a sport which somebody rides a board that is made out of different layers of wood and has trucks and wheels on it. Skateboarding was found in the early 1950's and it came originated from surfing. They are physics, motion, different tricks and techniques. Skateboarding has a amount of physics and motion involved in this sport. For examples the Newton's law of momentum, rolling friction, potential and kinetic energy, sliding friction, and gravity this all how skateboarding works altogether.
In the 1950's, surfing was a famous sport in Southern California. Some Surfers were tired to surf on small waves and bad weather and decided to do something. One day, one of these guys made experiments on a piece of wood and an pair of roller skates with wheels to put them together. They tried to surf on the asphalt and sidewalks and it became a name sidewalk surfing which was later renamed as skateboarding. Around 1962, hardwood boards with wheels were manufactured and sold. In the next years the boards and wheels were improved to do tricks and stunts. Later are teams and competitions were made to show skills and abilities. In the 80's skateboarding was very popular of better boards, wheels, and some skateparks were build from cement, wood, and metal. After there were build two different types of “Skateboarding” the “Vert”, “Pool”, and the “Street” style. Vert skateboarding is more with ramps and half pipes. Street is more freestyle where you can do tricks or stunts wherever you want and use traffic objects. For pool skateboarding you need a special pool skateboard you skate inside a pool. In the next 20 years, different types and designs of boards were build, the waveboard, longboard, mountainboard, pool board, and the snow skateboard. A modern skateboard has the board called deck what is made of seven plies of sugar maple veneers which are pressed together. The wheels on a skateboard have different cure, they are made from a substance which called...
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