Keep RollingOne Take Vlog #1 – A STACK OF CLIPS! – New Skatepark, The House & Rock City Skatepark, New Camera
from Keep Rolling on 23 Oct 2020

Episode one of the One Take Vlog, I’ve been busy recently and struggling to find time to put out videos. In this new vlog I abandon perfectionism to allow me to put out some content. In this episode I discuss my new camera setup, our new local skatepark and put out a stack of clips from a recent weekend trip.———————————————————————————————Check out my other Aggressive Skating videos here: me on Instagram: @chrichadwick.__________________________________________________________Keep Rolling recommended products:You will be redirected to Amazon UK, as an Amazon Associate I earn a small commission if you make a qualifying purchase.Protective Gear:Triple Eight Helmet: Eight Knee Pads: Eight Wrist Guards: Eight Hip Pads: M50: Pro Hero 4 (link is to latest model): Video Mic Pro: Video Micro: Accessories:Amazon Basics Tripod: Gorilla Pod: camera Cage: Camera Bag: Shops:UKLocoskates.comAlchemystskate.comEUHedonskate.com__________________________________________________Welcome to Keep Rolling, I’m Chris Chadwick and on this channel I’m making videos about aggressive and big wheel inline skating. I’m making product reviews, skate vlogs and discussion of all things blading, so if that sounds like something that interests you be sure to hit subscribe. I’ve been skating for 20 years and started this channel with 3 main aims:1. To keep people enthused and active in skating2. To be a positive and approachable ambassador for our sport3. Make a positive contribution to the digital footprint of inline skating.I love to skate and want to see the industry continue to thrive and grow. I hope my channel can inspire people to pick up skates or feel enthused to get out more often. If you want to learn more about Keep Rolling check out the channel overview video here: Sense: Inline Skating is dangerous, skate at your own risk, you are responsible for your actions while skating. Sustaining injury is an inevitable part of the sport, particularly while learning to skate or a new skill. I fully recommend the use of full protective gear to reduce the risk of injury. Sometimes i choose to skate without protective gear at my own risk.Thanks for watching!__________________________________________________