Common sense about figure skating
Let me tell you about common sense:
One The first thing to learn about figure skating is how to choose a very suitable pair of skates, which is very important.
In teaching beginner figure skaters, a problem that coaches often complain about is that skates are too rude, and because the skates are not suitable to support the ankle, children cannot master certain technical actions. For example, if the position on the skate will directly affect Correct technical exercises, outer blade gliding, etc.
So a coach should do the following for a novice athlete:
1. Instruct athletes to wear skates and laces correctly.
2, guide athletes and parents to choose training equipment.
3. Instruct athletes how to keep training equipment.
4. Instruct the athletes to identify what is wrong with the training tools.
5. Tell the athletes and parents to choose the correct method or store for the skates;

1. When purchasing figure skating skates, there are competition skates and skates separated. Generally, the ice rink will provide beginners with installed skate shoes, and the price is relatively cheap.
2, skates can be made of leather, (cowhide, sheepskin) made of nylon or mixed, skates are divided into two types: free skates and ice dance shoes.
3, you can buy a good shoe (inventory) or customized (measure feet). Generally, beginners do not need to order, and excellent athletes go to the manufacturer to order.

1. When buying skates, you must try on both feet. The toes should reach the front of the shoes, but the feet cannot slide inside the shoes. I once taught a child to wear big size skates and trained for more than 50 lessons with little improvement. In general, parents choose a lot of skates in order to let their children wear more years, which will affect the child's progress.
2, skates should be close to the ankle and heel
3. Although the feet can have some mobility in the skates, the ankle joint, instep and heel must be firmly fixed.
4, no toe should be forward, so that the sole is arched, the arch of the foot is maintained in the correct position.
5. The tongue should have enough width to prevent the laces from hurting the back of the foot.
6. The front opening of the skate shall have sufficient width to ensure that the laces are tight.
Skate shoes are an important link that directly affects children's figure skating training. I hope that figure skating players will pay attention!