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How to Select the Best Adjustable Steel Bed Frame
« on: October 15, 2020, 04:13:08 AM »
When you are shopping for a bed frame, you need to choose a versatile one that gives you flexibility. Adjustable steel bed frames are convenient and user-friendly whether you want to read in bed, you have a medical condition that requires specific sleeping positions or you just want better sleep. Here are some of the best adjustable steel bed frames.

Zinus Michelle Compack Adjustable Steel Bed Frame

For stability and support, this easy-to-set-up steel base has a center bar and 9 legs as well as a locking system. The recessed-leg design also enhances safety while sleeping ensures that your toes are safe when making the Best Platform Bed - Platformbedexpert.com. You can adjust the bed frame from full size, Queen Size to King size which means that you will not have to buy a new bed when you change the mattress size giving it a sturdy foundation. However, using a box spring is a must. Although this durable compact design frame is meant to be used with a headboard, it is not a requirement.



LUCID L100 Adjustable Bed Base Steel Frame

This bed frame adjusts in an excellent way which enables the user to read, watch TV, sleep inflexible positions and work on their laptops. Foot incline is up to 40 degrees while head incline is up to 58 degrees and the responsive motor makes it possible to move your bed quietly and fast. The LUCID L100 Adjustable Bed Base gives you a whole new experience of sleeping with its adjustability and comfort. Itís easy to set up and with a weight limit of 600 pounds, you know there are no limitations to sleeping. Itís foldable and accommodates mattresses that are under 14 inches.

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Classic Brands Adjustable Comfort Affordamatic

If you want flexibility in your sleeping positions or you are looking for an ergonomic bed frame, this is a perfect option. This is made possible by its foot and head elevations. You can watch TV, read, work and sleep in various positions and the beauty of this is you do not have to do it manually. There is a wireless remote that comes with it. The Classic Brands adjustable comfort affordable 2. 0 Adjustable bed base acts as a platform bed thus you will not require a box spring or bed frame. It offers the best support especially to those with medical conditions and evenly distributes weight up to 660lbs.



King Adjustable Bed Frame Base

This is one of the most ergonomic bed frame bases you can find in the market today. The foot incline is up to 45 degrees while the independent head incline is up to 75 degrees. The new Sven & Son Classic Adjustable Bed Base is perfect if you experience pain and aches with its massage feature. This is through a wave, pulse, and full-body vibration enhancing your sleep. For more light, it comes with a wireless backlit remote that has a flashlight and it has under-bed LED lights that switch on with a button.

For a sturdy and comfortable sleeping position, adjustable steel bed frames come in handy. You adjust head and foot incline to your preferences and comfort. The ergonomic support that they offer is something that everyone requires making them ideal for everyone. Read more about Steel Platform Bed by clicking the link https://ok.ru/platformbedexpert
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Re: 35 years old learn skateboard
« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2020, 09:02:05 AM »
Never too old to start, but be aware of your limits. Seen too many people start later in life and get wrecked trying to step way beyond their abilities.

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Re: 35 years old learn skateboard
« Reply #2 on: October 15, 2020, 12:31:07 PM »
Yea go for it but just start on smooth flat ground and get really comfortable with that.

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Re: 35 years old learn skateboard
« Reply #3 on: October 15, 2020, 04:09:20 PM »
My girls~ that age range. She skates. But yes take it slow. Big. Big wheels. And fuckin have fun.

Also welcome to the party!
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Re: 35 years old learn skateboard
« Reply #4 on: October 15, 2020, 06:17:13 PM »



You definitely need these because you're late for Soul crushing ruin on the manny pad
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Re: 35 years old learn skateboard
« Reply #5 on: October 15, 2020, 07:06:33 PM »
I am male, started at age 50, and as someone mentioned about older people.....I took a slam about 6 weeks ago and I am having a hard time with my knees.  Definitely no skating for a while but Iíll be back.

For me, I just wanted to drop-in to a quarter pipe as a challenge for my 50th b-day (something I failed at when I was about 15-16 years old) so yeah, maybe some mid-life crisis issues, but whatever....I had no idea how much fun skateboarding is and once I started I just couldnít stop.  Seriously, some of the most rewarding, challenging fun I have ever experienced.  I wear a helmet, full pads, and when I was really new I wore hip/thigh/tailbone pads that you wear like shorts (I ride mostly ramps but am working up my ground skills as well).

I suggest you go with what YOU like, forget about ďage appropriateĒ there is really no such thing.  Do what you like and what is fun.  Do what motivates you and what you canít stop thinking about.  Try skateboarding and rollerblading and scootering and rock-climbing and whatever until you find something that clicks.

There are plenty of stories about people who slam on their first try and break elbows and wrists or have other injuries, so start slow, wear pads, and find YOUR thing that you love to do.

If you are totally new, wear the gear and start with pushing, cruising and carving, and tic-tacs.  Those are the basis of all skateboarding and that stuff all by itself is crazy fun.

Best of luck to you.

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Re: 35 years old learn skateboard
« Reply #6 on: October 15, 2020, 07:17:12 PM »
Life is too short to worry about what fools think about you and skateboarding. Have fun, be safe and definitely pad up. Getting hurt in your 30s and beyond sucks a lot more than in your 20s.

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Re: 35 years old learn skateboard
« Reply #7 on: October 16, 2020, 05:53:23 AM »
Diet is key.

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Re: 35 years old learn skateboard
« Reply #8 on: October 16, 2020, 07:24:31 AM »
Your friends are losers.....welcome to skateboarding.....

Poke around on Instagram there might be a local girls/women's group if you need people to skate with or inspiration.  We have one up where I live: @latebloomersskateclub

There's a broader range of people skating now than there ever has been, so there's no good reason for you not to do it...

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Re: 35 years old learn skateboard
« Reply #9 on: October 16, 2020, 11:20:16 AM »
If you're in the greater Los Angeles area, I'll give you some pointers.

To start, I'd take you to a local grassy park and have you practice running and throwing yourself down on the lawn and rolling over on your shoulder over and over, like tumbles.

Imagine you are skateboarding really fast on concrete. Then, all of a sudden, your board stops dead in its tracks yet your body continues flying forward.

Happens all the time. You have a split second to react. How do you land? What do you do?

Knowing how to fall has saved me from serious injury many times. So, learn that first.
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Re: 35 years old learn skateboard
« Reply #10 on: October 17, 2020, 03:48:30 AM »
Your friends are losers.....welcome to skateboarding.....

Poke around on Instagram there might be a local girls/women's group if you need people to skate with or inspiration.  We have one up where I live: @latebloomersskateclub

There's a broader range of people skating now than there ever has been, so there's no good reason for you not to do it...


A female friend of mine picked it up at 36 and she's loving it. Still cruising around and doing tic tacs and says her only regret is not starting earlier.

Finding a group to skate with is an important step to ensuing your twice used board doesn't end up on Craigslist. The group setting is less intimidating and everyone improves together; skate parks are notorious for vibing new comers.

Lastly accepting failure is a large part of skateboarding. For every successful trick you see there are 100s of failed attempts they you don't. Being too determined can be a detriment to your enjoyment, I know a kid that was so adamant on landing kickflips he spend 5-7 hours everyday for the last few days trying to land them. Now he says he's on the verge of giving up skating all together. Don't let your stubbornness kill your session and wreck your body.

Shalom.