How To Do a 3 Turn in Figure Skating ft. Ondrej Hotarek | Olympians’ Tips

How To Do a 3 Turn in Figure Skating ft. Ondrej Hotarek | Olympians’ Tips


(HOW TO…) Hi, everyone, I’m Ondrej Hotarek. I’m an ice skater from the Italian
Ice Sports Federation. Today I’m going to show you
how to perform a 3 turn. (3) A 3 turn is an element we use to turn one foot
from front to back. Let me show you. (PUSH) First,
we start with a nice push. Arms and legs. I bend
and push with my right foot. (TWIST) Secondly, we’ll see how to turn
from front to back using the torsion between
shoulders and hips, this way. You can try this
standing still. One…two. (WEIGHT) The third important thing is
the way you lean on the blade. In the 3 turn,
it’s exterior front, the weight shifts
towards the point, not on the actual point, but
the front part of the blade. Let’s see it again. This is how
to perform a 3 turn. Remember to train safely.
See you soon. (HOW TO…)

Antonio Breitenberg

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12 thoughts on “How To Do a 3 Turn in Figure Skating ft. Ondrej Hotarek | Olympians’ Tips

  1. MR. AsKnDaR says:

    في عرب

  2. Sophie Lucine Chakmakjian Phillips says:

    Lol, why am I watching this? I'm already doing solo and couples internationals. 😂

  3. Flying Goomba says:

    Was hat ein Dreier mit Eiskunstlauf zu tun?
    xD

  4. Jerry says:

    Has anyone actually spinned 3 times consecutively?

  5. катерина says:

    Is this like a new series? Because I love it so far!

  6. Koola King says:

    ISU please do a video on: How to bribe judges to win Gold (Sochi Edition)

  7. asakogumama says:

    some translated japanese here is wrong. it means 'triple turn' not 'three turn'

  8. David Cb says:

    no se llama un giro triple, es un tres (giro tres)

  9. Scarlett Jasmin says:

    This video helped me soo much ☺️

  10. 慈雨 says:

    3回転ではなくて3ターンです。

  11. Laure Line says:

    The title wasn't translated correctly into French. It's not "Comment perfectionner un saut de trois", it's "Comment perfectionner un trois".
    "Saut de trois" is the Swiss name of the Waltz jump, which is called "saut de valse" in French. But there is no jump here : it's a one-foot turn, namely a "trois".

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