We get it. Baby Skateboarding is often associated with emergency rooms or being in the wrong crowd. We want to share with you some of the unexpected benefits that skateboarding can offer you that you might have not known about.


Skateboarding is often viewed as more dangerous than contact sports due to its preconceived notions. A sports injury study found that skateboarding only 399 (2%) of the more than 200,000 people who sustained injuries. The study included fourteen sports: basketball, football, hockey, baseball, ice hockey and archery. Skateboarding isn’t nearly as dangerous as people think.

Skateboard For Kids offers a way to protect your child’s knees and prevent injuries. We offer helmets, wrist protectors, elbow and knee pads, as well as a demonstration DVD that teaches proper technique and an indoor practice board.


  • Like other sports, there are obvious health benefits associated with engaging in physical activity. Skateboarding’s health benefits are slightly more than those of other youth sports such as soccer, basketball, and football. Skateboarding has many advantages, including coordination, pain tolerance and stress relief, precision reflexes, patience, and precision.
  • Skateboarding can improve coordination. Skateboarding requires you to adjust your movements so that you can skate smooth and accurately.
  • Pain Tolerance – Other sports can improve your pain tolerance. However, learning to skateboard involves constant falling, tripping and cutting your knees, elbows and elbows. This helps you to increase your tolerance and build resilience.
  • Stress Relief – Stress can consume anyone, even children, at any time. Skateboarding can help relieve some of these frustrations or stresses.
  • Precision is a difficult skill to master in skateboarding. Skateboarding is all about shifting your weight, changing your speed and perfecting tricks when you are good enough.
  • Reflexes – This one is linked to coordination. You need quick reflexes to stop falling or stopping quickly. It is not a good idea to run into railings.
  • Patience – Skateboarding is like any other sport that requires a lot of patience. After your first lesson on the board, you won’t be the next Tony Hawk. You will be tested patience repeatedly by falling countless times, missing the tricky bend, or hitting that amazing trick.



Studies and statistics show that youth sports can have a positive effect on character and growth. Sport keeps kids safe in school and their communities. According to a 2015 study, at-risk teens from urban areas have almost the same chance of getting involved in criminal activity as those who graduate high school. Sports can help prevent this, according to statistics. Many children turn to football, basketball, baseball, and other related sports. Baby skateboarding is a sport many people forget about. Skateboarding, like all the other sports, offers many physical benefits and keeps you safe.

Our friends up north offer a great example of how to bridge the gap between teens, local police and their communities. Thierry HinseFillion, a skateboarder and officer, became Canada’s first “skateboarding police” in September. This idea was pushed by Hinse-Fillion for many years before it was finally approved. His goal was to make the youth feel secure in their communities and to build relationships with them. It has been very successful so far. The kids love learning new tricks from him and seeing him as a mentor.