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06-25-2012, 11:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Stickchecked View Post
The big "aha" moment for me and backwards crossovers (other than 1 instructor calling them crossunders) is that your outside skate should not move. I'm very good skating backwards and can crossover no problem. But when practicing it in a circle, only the one foot should be leaving the ice.

The tip made a world of difference.
Not true. your outside foot should always recover to the inside and gthe end of your "push" to prepare for the next push.

See the outside foot always comes up and back to the inside to reset.

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