Start by doing a forward extended one-foot glide.
Bend the free leg slightly.
Raise the free leg and hip.
Turn the free hip out.
Add an arm movement.
Keep the head up.
Make sure that the hips and shoulders are lined up and are pointed straight ahead.
Ballet training will help a figure skater do a good Attitude on the ice.
Don't allow the free leg's knee to turn in or touch the skating leg.
Arms movements compliment an Attitude. A popular way to use the arms is to hold one arm slighly curved above the head and to hold the other arm out to the side.
What You Need
- Before doing an Attitude a skater should be able to do a strong one foot glide.