Heavy Duty Heel Bruise
A heel bruise is quite possibly the most common injury for skateboarders, next to a rolled ankle of course. They are the bane of our existence. More often than not, the illustrious heel bruise goes untreated. They linger for so long, and go untreated partly because average doctors don’t regularly see these types of injuries or know how to treat them. Unless you see some sort of specialist, your heel bruise is likely to hang around much longer than it really needs to. Whether it is severe enough to warrant a visit to the doctor’s office or just an average heel bruise from a weekend of jumping down stairs, there is a way to speed up the healing process and not just sit around and wait.
No one likes a board with chips, especially if you chip it within the first few days of buying it. Not only do chips affect the way the board skates, but they also leave a lingering bummer feeling knowing that the board integrity is forever damaged.
Chips = No Good
Are you tired of chipping your boards as much as we are? Luckily for us, there is a solution. While this method may not completely prevent your board from chipping, it will elevate the chances of your board coming away intact after your next bail.
We’ve all had our fair share of ankle injuries over the years. The older you get the more frequent and long-lasting these injuries become. In an effort to curb some of the heartache felt from extended periods off your board, we have listed a few exercises that will help you recover faster and, hopefully, help prevent future injuries.