No matter what kind of sport a child is involved in, it is important that they enjoy it! Only then will it be beneficial, both physically and psychologically. If a child has a passion for one thing, but does not for example like swimming, beloved by all rehabilitation therapists, that is no problem at all. On the contrary, such predispositions should be encouraged and developed.
Skateboard training is a good example of how a competent trainer always pays due attention to all aspects of development of a child’s musculoskeletal system, as well as coordination and general endurance. That’s why I see the task of the parent first and foremost as recognizing a predisposition and hearing the child’s desire, and then helping find a good trainer.