Skateboarding Is Unexpectedly Good For You And For Public Places


Skateboarding across many major cities in the world is highly discouraged. For instance, in Melbourne, the city made the sport illegal back in 2009 and is now breaking the bank to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars in a bid to deter skateboarders from enjoying themselves In Lincoln Square, the most popular skateboarding site in Australia.

However, what the authorities tend to get wrong is the regularly held perspective on skateboarding. A lot of people maintain the belief that this sport encourages antisocial behavior among other ills. However, skateboarding portrays a much different outlook and, surprisingly, is much more beneficial to cities than leaders would like to believe.

Here are some of the benefits skateboarding can demonstrate towards public spaces and those who actively take part in the sport.

A person doing a trick on a skateboard

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