Skating Video Website iCoachSkating.com Announces Most Recently Published Figure Skating Videos

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iCoachSkating.com, a leading educational website for all figure skating participants, has announced its most recently published videos. Subscribers have continuous access to newly updated ice skating videos on a variety of skills and topics.

Photo of figure skating coach and iCoachSkating.com Founder Trevor Laak

Figure Skating Coach and iCoachSkating.com Founder Trevor Laak

The iCoachSkating.com faculty has a broad set of figure skating moves and skills, many presenters are experts in specific areas of the sport

Figure skating video website iCoachSkating.com has just announced a list of its most recently published videos. These educational figure skating videos are appropriate for all figure skating participants, including figure skating coaches, skating parents, youth figure skaters and adult figure skaters. The videos cover such topics as figure skating jumps, figure skating spins, and other figure skating moves.

iCoachSkating.com was launched in 2008 as a response to the lack of high-quality educational material for figure skating coaches on the Internet. Website founder and figure skating coach Trevor Laak created the website as a way to share cutting-edge teaching techniques from some of the best coaches in the world. Subscriptions were initially restricted to figure skating coaches, but access to the website was expanded in 2011 to all figure skating participants. The website has seen steady and continuous growth over the last 5 years according to Laak.

The knowledge and skills required to be a proficient figure skater or figure skating coach is astounding. To meet the needs of coaches and students, the broad array of topics covered by the figure skating videos at iCoachSkating.com is extensive. By design, the iCoachSkating.com faculty has a wide range of figure skating moves and skills, many of the presenters are experts in specific areas of the sport. The faculty includes Olympic coaches Audrey Weisiger, Michelle Leigh, and Frank Carroll.

In today's announcement, the following presenters and topics were discussed:

Figure Skating Skills – Backward Power Pulls. Karen Olson explains and demonstrates how she teaches backward power pulls for skaters just learning power pulls and those working to pass the US Figure Skating Pre-Juvenile Moves in the Field test.

How to Ice Skate – Backward Crossovers. Nick Perna shares his thoughts and insights about learning and teaching backward crossovers (also called crosscuts). This is a follow-up to his earlier video on forward crossovers.

Drills for Loop Combination Jumps. Olympic coach Audrey Weisiger discusses valuable drills for improving combination jumps with the loop jump as the second or third jump in the combination.

Backward Cross Strokes. Amy Brolsma explains and demonstrates how she teaches backward cross strokes. (This video is a follow-up to Amy’s video on forward cross strokes.)

Figure Skating Power Pulls – USFS Pre-Juvenile Moves. Karen Olson explains and demonstrates how she teaches forward power pulls for skaters just learning power pulls and those working to pass the US Figure Skating Pre-Juvenile Moves in the Field test.

How to Ice Skate Tots Class – Warm Up Games. Tots expert Kayla Johnson explains a couple warm-up games for a tots class that get the skaters moving and build balance and control.

Figure Skating Jumps – Arms and Air Position. Olympic Coach Frank Carroll discusses some important details regarding figure skating jumping. Air position is especially important in triple jumps and quads jumps.

Off-ice Figure Skating Training To Lower Sit Spins – Part 2. Figure skating strength and conditioning coach Kristina Anderson continues her discussion about the strength, flexibility, and control issues associated with making a sit spin lower.

This list of presenters and topics is representative of the extensive content, covering an extremely wide range of skills from very basic skills to elite techniques for advanced skaters. Each video contains several figure skating tips and tricks as well as detailed explanations of the most essential foundational concepts.

iCoachSkating.com is currently open to new subscribers. Subscriptions are available on a monthly, 6-month, and annual basis and are renewed automatically. Those interested in "how to figure skate" or "how to teach figure skating" are encouraged to Like the iCoachSkating.com Facebook page, follow iCoachSkating.com on Twitter, or sign up for free updates on the home page of the website. The website contains hundreds of videos that are not posted on this page. Please use the Archive section, the Coaches section, or the Search function to access all the videos. Enjoy!

About: Founded in 2008 by figure skating coach Trevor Laak, iCoachSkating.com is the premier online training and educational resource for all figure skating participants, providing instructional figure skating videos on a broad range of topics, including figure skating jumps, figure skating spins, and other figure skating moves. The website has helped thousands of figure skating coaches, adult figure skaters, figure skating parents, and youth figure skaters by providing cutting edge training techniques and information about how to figure skate and how to teach figure skating. The company's mission statement is "to inspire a new era in figure skating education based on updated information and ideals, so quality information is available to all skaters and coaches in a convenient and cost effective manner."

To learn more about iCoachSkating.com, please call (608) 827-3035 or visit them online at http://icoachskating.com.

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