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How To : Ice skate for beginners

Sammi demonstrates how to ice skate. You have to take tiny steps back and forth to start. You need to lean forward also because otherwise you will fall and hit your head.

How To : Practice beginner level ice skating

Learning to ice skate can be a little frightening. This how to video tutorial will help you learn the basics of ice skating. Watch and learn how to stand on ice, glide on two feet, and then move on to gliding on one foot. Once you've mastered those ice skating techniques you c ...more

How To : Tie ice skates for extreme ice skating

Here is a how to video tutorial on how to tie the laces on ice skates. Learn the proper way to tie figure skates or hockey skates for the sport of extreme ice skating. Answered: "How should I tie my ice-skates?"

How To : Ice skate

Looking to take up a new sport? How about ice skating? Ice skating is great for the legs and body, and great fun! Follow this advice and you will soon be gliding like a champion. You Will Need: • An ice rink • Padded pants • Ice skates • Patience (Warning: Skate only in are ...more

How To : Begin ice skating

Ice skating for the first time can be a little nerve wracking. Learn some beginning techniques on how to skate from our ice skating expert in this free video clip series. Part 1 of 12 - How to Begin ice skating. Begin ice skating - Part 2 of 12. Click through to watch this vid ...more

How To : Hockey stop on ice skates

JuvenileE6, aka Chris Kibui, presents this four-part video tutorial on how to hockey stop. This is an ice skating and ice hockey tutorial created to improve the skaters ability on the ice and in game. You'll see different ways of stopping on the ice, like the Penguin Heel, fol ...more

How To : Forward stride on ice skates

Check out this instructional hockey video that demonstrates the proper forward skating stride. Ice hockey players stride forward for speed and power. Learn hockey skills and moves in this sports video on how to play hockey. Take action and remember these tips: * Keep knees be ...more

How To : Practice the "Dime Stop" while ice skating

Here is an ice skating technique that no many people know. This how to video shows how to do the "Dime Stop" stop. This stopping techniques is a great way to come to a quick stop on the ice and looking quite fancy at the same time.

How To : Level a backyard ice skating rink

How to level a backyard skating rink. Turn your backyard into a hockey rink or ice skating rink by flooding it. That part is easy. The part where you add the flat surface so that it's playable.

How To : Spin when you are ice skating

Sammi demonstrates how to spin when you are ice skating. You can do two foot spins, one foot spins, and when you are doing a spin you have to bring your arms in to keep your balance. You have to try to focus your eyes on one spot.

How To : Stop when you are ice skating

Sammi explains how to stop when you are ice skating. There are two different ways to break the speed. You can put your feet in a T or you can put your legs together and lean forward.

How To : Properly lace ice hockey skates

Dan Perceval, founder of the sport of Xtreme Ice Skating explains us in the video of how to properly lace ice hockey skates. It starts with the wax laces. There are different forms but he suggests heavy wax since it lasts long. These wax laces are used to grip the boots. We no ...more

How To : Tie your ice skates and keep the laces tight

In this video from Prolite we learn the right way to tie your ice skates and keep the laces tight. First you need a lace hook. It's a metal piece that helps you lace the skates. With the skate on and the laces loose, pull tight on the laces just enough so it's a little tight. ...more

How To : Hockey stop on ice skates properly

Without a hockey stop you would turn into a hockey fail. So prevent yourself from splattering onto the walls or crashing into your opponent by learning how to stop while playing hockey effectively. This hockey tutorial will teach you how to perform a hockey stop on stkates. R ...more

How To : One foot stop on ice skates

Check out this instructional hockey video that demonstrates how to stop on one foot. This is the second step for stopping. After you have mastered the snowplow stop, learn how to use one foot to stop. The one foot stop is a smart hockey skating skill to master. Learn hockey sk ...more

How To : Get ice skating tips for beginners

Ice skating well requires proper technique, balance and practice. Learn some ice skating tips from our skating expert in this free video clip series. Part 1 of 14 - How to Get ice skating tips for beginners. Get ice skating tips for beginners - Part 2 of 14. Click through to w ...more

How To : Say the names of antiques in French

Watch to learn how to say the names of the types of things you find in an antique store or at a flea market in French. un album de photo - photo album un appareil-photo - camera une armoire - suit of armor une balance - balance une boîte metallique - metal box une brosse - bru ...more

How To : Skate the forward pivot to backwards move

Ice skating is a fundamental skill in playing ice hockey. Learn ice hockey skills and moves in this sports video on how to ice skate. Take action: transfer weight from one leg to other, keep knees bent, and pivot as you shift your weight. Angie, the instructor in this how-to v ...more

How To : Improve backward skating in hockey like Jason Ward

Jason Ward gives us tips on how to improve our backwards skating. The first point he makes concerns balance and power. You want to keep your feet shoulder width apart and your chest up. The next point is the "C" it. The more you dig into the ice the more power you will get in ...more

How To : Practice a figure skating toe loop

The toe loop jump, also known as the cherry flip, is an advanced ice skating. This figure skating move involves doing a right inside three turn, picking your free leg into the ice and jumping, then landing on one leg. This how to video takes you through a toe loop jump step-by ...more

How To : Flood the backyard to make an ice hockey rink

Flooding a backyard in winter is a common technique for building a hockey rink in your backyard. This is used for ice skating, ice hockey and other winter sports. Bring winter joy to your boring backyard by flooding it into a make-shift pond or body of water that freezes.

How To : Draw a cartoon female ice skater

In this tutorial, we learn how to draw a cartoon female ice skater. Start off by drawing the outline of the skater's body. Draw both of her hands in the air and her legs apart like she is dancing. Then, draw in the skates and the details of the face and outfit she is wearing. ...more

How To : Draw an ice skater

In this tutorial, we learn how to draw an ice skater. Draw the outline of the entire body of the skater first. Draw one of her hands high in the air and her legs crossed on the ground. From here, draw in the details of the face and clothing, as well as the legs. Next, color in ...more

How To : Master inside outside edges

Check out this instructional hockey video that demonstrates the beginning concepts of skating. Learn how to do inside outside edges. Ice skating for hockey requires skills like mastering inside outside edges. Learn hockey skills and moves in this sports video on how to play ho ...more

How To : Practice a variety of figure skating jumps

Learning to do ice skating jumps can be a little frightening. This how to video tutorial will help you learn a large number of the basic jumps that are part of figure skating. Watch and learn how to mastered the following ice skating jumps: 1) Ballet 2) Half-flip 3) Loop, toe ...more

How To : Practice the speed skating insanity trick

Learn to speed skate like a professional. This how to video is a skating tutorial showing you how to do the insanity trick across the ice. This speed skating technique uses the flexor and groin muscles, so play close attention.

How To : Do cobra footwork in speed skating

The cobra footwork is a straight line footwork speed skating technique. This trick was named after the "Cobra" snake for its snake like movement, or slither across the ice. Skate like a cobra. Fast and furious!

How To : Skate backwards

Sammi demonstrates how to skate backwards. The important thing is to try an go back and forth. Once, you get that down, try to create S shaped moves on the ice for better speed.

How To : Practice skating backwards

You can practice skating backwards. There is a drill you can do. Set up five to ten sticks in a straight line and begin to c cut thrust down the length of the ice.

How To : Make an instant indoor skating rink

Super easy game. Make sure you put up signs. The trick is furniture polish and a nice pair of socks. Wait five minutes for it to dry. Now you have a bedroom slip n slide. The furniture polish makes the floor ridiculously slippery as if you've got an indoor ice rink! Make an in ...more

How To : Exercise with the cable step up on box

Learn how to exercise by doing the cable step up on box. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: glutes Secondary Muscle Group: calves, hamstrings, quads Base Movement: step up Equipment: box, cable Training Type: balance and stability, weight training Level of Difficulty: 4 S ...more

How To : Exercise with the dumbbell side lunge on bosu

Learn how to exercise by doing the dumbbell side lunge on bosu flat down. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: glutes Secondary Muscle Group: calves, hamstrings, outer thighs, quads Base Movement: lunge Equipment: bosu flat down, dumbbell Training Type: balance and stabilit ...more

How To : Exercise with the kettlebell swing

Learn how to exercise by doing the kettlebell swing. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: glutes Secondary Muscle Group: biceps, calves, hamstrings, levator scapulae, quads, shoulders, traps - upper Base Movement: swing Equipment: kettlebell Training Type: plyometrics and p ...more

How To : Exercise with the side lunge on bosu flat down

Learn how to exercise by doing the side lunge on bosu flat down. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: glutes Secondary Muscle Group: calves, hamstrings, outer thighs, quads Base Movement: lunge Equipment: bosu flat down Training Type: balance and stability, weight training ...more

How To : Exercise with the isometric V sit

Learn how to exercise by doing the isometric V-sit. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: abs and obliques Secondary Muscle Group: hip flexors Training Type: balance and stability, isometric Level of Difficulty: 5 Sport Specific: baseball, basketball, boxing, cycling, field ...more

How To : Exercise with the V sit

Learn how to exercise by doing the V-sit. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: abs and obliques Secondary Muscle Group: hip flexors Training Type: balance and stability, weight training Level of Difficulty: 5 Sport Specific: baseball, basketball, boxing, cycling, field hock ...more

How To : Say the names of school things in French

Watch to learn how to say the names of things that have to do with school, like books, paper airplanes, and soccer balls, in French. un abecedaire - alphabet book un avion en papier - paper airplane un ballon de foot - soccer ball une boite a compare - pencil box un cahier - w ...more

How To : Play street hockey

Do you like to play hockey but have no idea how to skate? Are you more of a summer person than a winter one? Do you live somewhere where ice is hard to find? Well, then check out this tutorial and learn to play street hockey! Get all the fun of hockey without the cold, icy mes ...more

How To : Tone your gluteus muscles with a butt exercise

This workout video gives an exercise for you butt or gluteus muscles to tone and strengthen them. Most weight-bearing leg exercises will work out your gluteus muscles to a degree. The same is true with various gym classes, running, rollerblading and ice skating. You can decide ...more

News : What Shitty skating!

Take an ordinary ice rink and cover the surface of it in watery crap. Let it freeze and have the jackass crew skate over it. Have them scrape up some of the "Ice" and throw it at each other and just have a shitty time.

News : Ice Rink Half-Pipe

Build a 10-12 foot high half-pipe in the middle of the ice rink. Everything is normal about the ramp with the exception that the flat area is not wood, it's ice. So, essentially it is two quarter-pipes facing each other to make one full half-pipe. Get a bunch of skaters and BM ...more

News : Roller Skate Bobsled

Go to one of those dry-training bobsled places where Olympians train for bobsled and luge during summer when there is no snow . . . strap skates on the guys and have races down or send one down and then fire bowling balls after him. Or if in winter, same thing but on ice skates.

News : Mad Cow Meat Joust

Build wooden horses for the boys to joust on. The horses are built from the shoulder up so they can be ridden low rider style, (and a fall won't totally take out a cast member. But if you feel like making scale wooden horses, be my guest.). The horses must have some sort of ha ...more

How To : Play Sports Like a Geeky Girl

The stereotypical geek is not good at sports. Think about it, we’re known for spending time in dark basements doing weird stuff that has nothing to do with running around and being active. So we’re known for our inability to play sports, but I wouldn't call it an inability so ...more

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