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One Foot Figure Skating Turns - Ice Skating Techniques
When a figure skater turns from forward to backward or from backward to forward on one foot, he could be doing a three turn, a bracket, a counter, or a rocker.
Basic Figure Skating Spins (Techniques and Pictures)
This article lists some of the basic ice skating spins. Many of the spins advanced figure skaters do are variations of the basic figure skating spins listed below.
Figure Skating Moves - About.com
There are so many figure skating moves. Learn to name and recognize all ice skating techniques in this section.
Three Turn - Ice Skating Move Three Turn - Figure Skating - About.com
Definition: A three turn is an ice skating move done on one foot. The skater turns from either forward to backward or backward to forward, The ice skate blade ...
Choctaws and Mohawks - Figure Skating Turns Choctaws and ...
Choctaws and mohawks are figure skating turns. Both turns are similar since the skater turns from either forward to backward or backward to forward and ...
Figure Skating Steps and Turn Sequences Footwork
When figure skaters put a series of turns and steps together, they are doing footwork. The possibilities are endless. This article lists some suggested footwork  ...
A Short Glossary of Fun Figure Skating Terms
Those new to figure skating have to learn the names of figure skating moves. They also have to understand the different branches of figure skating. This article  ...
Counter - Figure Skating Turn Counter - About.com
The skater stays on the inside to inside edge or outside to outside edge. ... Bracket Turn · One foot figure skating turns - By Jo Ann Schneider Farris on ...
Bracket - Figure Skating Turn Bracket - About.com
A bracket turn is done in footwork sequences in freeskating programs, but is also a required turn in certain moves in the field figure skating tests and in ice ...
Figure Skating Technique - About.com
Learn how to do basic beginning skating moves. Learn how to stop, jump, spin, turn, and learn other figure skating techniques.
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