There’s something weird about pushing someone off the track, but they aren’t rolling very fast because you have them on an angle and so they just really slowly and heavily fall over. At that point it takes all my efforts to not apologise and help them up.
Bad things about training: Flailing, feeling unco, falling on my hip really hard, letting my mental state get me down and feel really shitty.
Good things: trying a pusher wheel combo that worked for me - 94A’s with 96A’s, jamming against a 4 wall and getting through the advanced skaters and getting cheers from team mates looking on. Having chats with Neilzzz and having fun with toe stops.