Learn To Figure Skate With Professional
Ice Skating Instructor Claire LaDue
St. Clair Shores Figure Skating Club of Michigan
The flip jump is a
toe-assisted jump which has the same
take-off and landing edges as the Salchow.
launches off a LBI edge (right toe-pick assist) and lands on the
preparation is quite a bit different however. It is usually entered
from a very straight (flat) forward glide on the left foot.
The free foot
(right) will be held up in the air in front of the skater. Just
prior to the jump, the free leg will drop back, tap the ice and
push the skater around in a LFO 3-turn, so that he is on a
shallow LBI edge. The right foot picks the ice directly
behind the skater, the left foot draws inline with the pick before
“vaulting” the skater up into the air.
Some skaters will substitute an RFI-LBI mohawk for the LFO 3-turn
prior to the jump.
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