How to become a figure skater’s figure, with some guidance from a figure skating coach
The Washington Capitals’ new mascot, Neca, is one of a new breed of figures skating athletes to be featured in an ESPN documentary series.
The two-minute film, The Numbers: Congruent Figures in Figures Skating, was made in conjunction with ESPN and will air on the network in early December.
Here are some tips for becoming a figure-skating figure skatter: 1.
Make sure you can figure out how to properly perform your moves.
For instance, you have to figure out what to do with your arms, so make sure you’re not accidentally doing a figure double.
Make a plan.
If you’re going to be the first figure skaters in your group, you should have a plan to figure everything out together.
Know your goals.
You need to know what you want to accomplish and when.
For example, you might want to do a figure quadruple, but it might take a long time to figure that out.
Think about the people who will see you on the ice.
If your goal is to skate with friends, you need to figure how to get everyone to feel comfortable skating together.
Get comfortable with your feet.
You should be comfortable with the way you can move your feet and use them for balance and speed.
Think of the ice surface and the players in the ice as a whole.
When you’re in the middle of the rink, you don’t have to worry about making mistakes, so you can concentrate on getting the ball on net.
Figure out what the rules are.
It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking of skating as just a series of jumps and jumps and just doing them in a specific order.
In reality, the goal of figure skating is to do more than just jump in and jump out.
It means having fun and being smart.
Practice the motions for the ice surfaces and the people in the rink.
Try different techniques on different surfaces and see if you can learn them on the rink as well.
Figure it out.
Once you figure out the motions, figure out where you want the puck to land.
For skating with a team of people, that could be in the back of the net, in the corner, on the side or on the opposite wall.
Figure something out with your partner.
It might be important to figure it out with each other in order to get a good shot.
But even if it’s just you, figure it all out and have fun.