Series: One Foot Turns

To start off this series, let’s do a quick analysis on what a One-Foot Turn is, and how to distinguish between the many variations.

Now that we have established what makes a one-foot turn, lets delve deeper into the one-foot turn variations that rotate in the same direction as the initial entry edge – Three’s and Rockers

Next up are the One-Foot turns that rotate counter to the initial edge of entry – Brackets & Counters.

Moving on to Part 4, let’s look at the first of the ‘exception to the rule’ One-Foot Turns – The Travelling.

Last but certainly not least, we finish this series on the Loop, a One-Foot Turn that has its own set of rules. 

Series: Two Foot Turns

A quick summary distinguishing the differences and similarities of Two-Foot turns in Artistic Roller Skating

An in depth analysis of Mohawks, the first of the two variations of ‘Two-Foot’ Turns seen in Artistic Roller Skating

An in depth analysis of Choctaws, the second of the two variations of ‘Two-Foot’ Turns seen in Artistic Roller Skating.