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Inline skating is a great extreme sport. You can really get your adrenaline pumping as you fly up and down through a skate park or make your way through a course. As with every extreme sport , there is a high level of danger involved. You are engaging in an activity that has a lot of challenges and risks. No skater is perfect, and even the very best fall down from time to time. It happens to every skater out there. Learning how to fall when skating is a good way to avoid more serious injuries.

As a basic precaution you should always wear protective gear when inline skating. That means you will need some wrist guards, knee pads, elbow pads, and a helmet. You can pick these up online or at your local skate shop. Once you are all set, it is time to head out and start skating. It can be pretty easy to lose control, and even experts sometimes take a spill when they are performing more difficult maneuvers. If it looks like you are going to fall, try to fall towards a less hazardous surface. If you are outside , there may be sand or grass nearby where you can wipe out. On a skate park, falling onto the softer part of a ramp rather than a sharp angle is helpful.

When you are falling, try to slide onto your kneepads and wrist guards. Inline skating is tough because you have to have good balance and control your weight distribution. Throwing your weight at the last second can help change the angle of your fall. Just make sure to be flexible and not stiff when you go down. Try not to slam down if you are falling. Go for a sliding motion instead. Always try to fall forward if you can. You have more protection that way. Falling backward exposes your back, your head, and your tailbone to serious injury. If falling backwards cannot be avoided, then try to land on your elbow pads and wrist guards as well as your buttocks. There is more cushioning there than there is on your hip or tailbone.

New skaters should sign up for some lessons if the want to learn the basics of inline skating. Start simple and advance slowly. You may want to perform some of the extreme moves that you see on television, but remember that those skaters have been performing for years. It is best to take it slow and learn at your own pace.

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Most men are quite familiar with the variety of things that can go ‘wrong’ during coupling with a partner. From the barrier protection slipping off at the most inopportune time to strained and sore muscles to a red or irritated member, these are just a few of the problems that a man might encounter. And even with the best male organ care possible, sometimes a man is faced with a strange coupling consequence that makes him shake his head in complete confusion.

Though strange bedroom issues are extremely rare , they do happen. Here are three of the most common of the uncommon issues men might face.

An allergy to seed

Amazingly enough, it’s true: A man can actually develop an allergy to his own seed. Though this problem is much more common in women – she suddenly develops a rash, itching and even hives from coming into contact with a partner’s seed – men can also experience this very strange problem.

The first signs might be a male organ rash, a red manhood and irritation that gets worse each time seed touches anywhere on the body. In addition, a man might suffer from flu-like symptoms, including fever, upset stomach and even a runny nose. Symptoms might develop immediately or might take a few days to show up.

As odd as it is, doctors have actually seen it before. The best solution might be the use of anti-inflammatory medications before and after coupling , each and every time, to lessen the reaction. An allergy specialist can help with other treatments.

The coupling headache

This can be a quite severe and frightening reaction that occurs during or right after coupling. Everything is moving along fine, the excitement is building, and then – Bam! – a headache comes from out of the blue and knocks a man flat on the mattress. It is often a piercing, sudden pain that can make a man feel as though something is very wrong.

But the truth is that a coupling headache is likely the body’s response to an overload of hormones. However, a man should make sure. If it happens more than once in response to sensual excitement, it’s time to see the doctor and rule out any problems. After that’s done, a man might respond well to a dose of pain reliever , like acetaminophen, before the main event.

That strange depression

Many men think women are the ones who deal with post-pleasure depression, but up to 10 percent of men can suffer from it, too. It is a depression that hits out of the blue, usually right after a sensual encounter, even if that encounter was a really good one. A man might feel down for an hour or more, putting a serious damper on all the fun he was having.

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