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Figure Skating Move Twizzles - Description - About.com
Twizzles are multirotational one-foot turns done in figure skating.
Ice Dancing Elements and Positions for Free Dance - Figure Skating
Twizzles are multirotational one-foot turns. Ice dance teams must do twizzles together that are completely synchronized. Ice dancers should try to turn for at least ...
Figure Skating Steps and Turn Sequences Footwork
The entire sequence could be repeated or done in the opposite direction in a straight line or on a diagonal. Twizzles, bunny hops, short spread eagles, or lunges ...
Solo Free Dance - Figure Skating - About.com
Examples: Certain elements are included in solo free dance programs: Short Edge Elements; Long Edge Elements; Twizzles or Twizzle Series; Step Sequences ...
A Short Glossary of Fun Figure Skating Terms
Swizzles and Twizzles: These terms ryhyme, but they are very different moves. Swizzles are ... Twizzles are multirotational one-foot turns.that move down the ice .
Ice Dancing - Branch of Figure Skating - About.com
In free dance, skaters do dance lifts, dance spins, twizzles, and intricate footwork and dance step sequences. Free dance must be done with a partner.
SkateScience Figure Skating Blades Review
The Dance SkateScience blade makes it easier for ice dancers to find the "sweet spot" so twizzles are more consistent. The toe picks of the Skate Science ...
Loops - Compulsory Figure Skating Move Loops
Since compulsory figures are no longer included in ice skating competitions, loops are now done in figure skating step sequences. Doing loops in footwork ...
Free Dance - Part of Ice Dancing Free Dance - Figure Skating
Certain elements are required that include step sequences, lifts, dance spins, and multi-rotation turns called twizzles. Several hand holds and positions are ...
Swizzles - Ice Skating Term Swizzles - Figure Skating - About.com
Put your blades together with heels touching in a "V" position. On inside edges, push outward, then inward to make your toes touch. You should make the shape  ...
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