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Back in the spring, I was landing pretty much fully rotated (or less than a quarter under-rotated) double Salchows.  So today I tried to go back to his method, i.e. do a Salchow-back spin and focus on “knee in, toe down”.

New checklist:

  • Shoulders (i.e. L shoulder forward)
  • 3-turn
  • (Wait)
  • Shoulder (i.e. L shoulder forward)
  • Together-level (i.e. bring R arm in at same time as R leg; and keep the shoulders level)
  • Knee in, toe down

Today, I managed to land a few which were less than 180 degrees under-rotated – whereas I’d been landing more than 180 degrees under-rotated mostly.


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