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The roller manufacturer explains the basic movements of figure skating

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Ice figure skate is a sport that places great emphasis on skill. If you want to practice figure skating, you must first master the basic movements of figure skating. The basics of figure skating include raising the heel in place, standing in place, alternating feet in place and standing in place. Only by mastering these basic movements can we begin the difficult practice. Let us learn simple figure skating exercises with you. For the basic movements of figure skating, laying a good foundation is the key!

If you want to practice difficult movements, you must first do the following four basic movements:
1. Heel lifted into place
Hold the railing, or with the support of your partner, lift up the heels of both feet and one foot, feel the position of the two front wheels and the brake, and maintain a good body balance.

2. Stand in place
Hold the railing or with the support of your partner, spread your feet outward into a “eight” shape, slightly bend your legs, your arms will hang down naturally, and your upper body will lean slightly forward, but do not bend your head and look forward.

3. Move your feet back and forth alternately.

Hold the railing or stand with your feet parallel to the support of your partner. Move your feet back and forth alternately to experience the position and rolling sensation of the four wheels of your feet.

4. No progress
Hold the railing or stand under the support of your partner, step on the same place, move the center of gravity to the left foot, lift the right foot (a little off the ground), then use four wheels to land on the right foot, move the center of gravity to the right foot, and lift the left foot. Alternately raise and lower your feet, gradually accelerate to the normal walking rhythm, experience the position of the four wheels on your feet, control your body’s center of gravity, and maintain your balance until you are done independently.

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