Oh, I expected to lose stamina, and maybe leg strength, balance, spin rotations, mohawks on the bad side, waltz 3's, whatever. But no, those are fine. In fact, the spins are better'n when I was doin' 'em in October.
Imagine your skates have sandpaper insoles. 55 minutes skating, I'm fine. 56 minutes, I'm on fire.
|Firewalking has a tricky set up|
with the right kind of wood and preparation. It's
physics, not psychology.
When people start skating, I notice they complain their feet hurt. My response is always, 'wait a while, you'll get used to it." Because, most of the time, people just need to get used to the sensation of the steady pressure of tight boots, or putting all their weight for extended periods of time on one foot. It take time to build up tolerance for it.
If it's this bad, yeah, take it to your tech