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iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« on: December 31, 2010, 05:04:46 PM »
As a holiday gift and promotion, icoachskating has made five of their top-viewed 2010 videos available to watch online for free through 1-10-2011.  (The regular subscription fee is $30/month)

Here's the list of available videos:

#6 Bobby Shire - Change Foot Spins (Sit-Change-Sit)
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_BoSh_013

#5
Michelle Leigh - Basic Salchow
 http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_MiLe_018

Michelle Leigh - Single-to-Double Salchow
 http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_MiLe_020

#4
Nick Perna & Sheila Thelen - G2C Extreme Camp Spins
 http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_010
Nick Perna - Spinning Without Friction or Noise
 http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_011

#3
Bobbe Shire on the layback spin
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_BoSh_018
http://icoachskating.com/bobbe-shire-layback-spin-part-1/

#2
Michelle Leigh on teaching the axel
http://icoachskating.com/michelle-leigh-introducing-the-axel/

#1 - Audrey Weisiger shares exercises for lutz
  http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_AuWe_008


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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2010, 11:54:44 PM »
Nick Perna - Spinning Without Friction or Noise
 http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_011

Why the spot right next to the toepick so quiet?

Is it too close to the toepick for the sharpening machine to have sharpened it, so the blade is flat there, and the skater comes off the edge and is gliding across the entire flat surface?

Something else?

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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2011, 11:58:39 AM »
Spins are done on fragments of a single edge, not on flats or unsharpened parts of the blade. 

That spot on properly-sharpened freestyle blades has the least amount of friction because the rocker curve allows the least amount of blade to touch the ice.  What you're thinking of is the "valley" below the toe pick.  I don't think that's reachable; I believe Nick means the first part of the blade edge where the toepick doesn't touch.  Think of it as a the top of the valley, lol.

You should pose the question on Nick's video page and see what his reply will be - he's very knowledgeable about blades and physics.
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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #3 on: December 16, 2011, 12:45:14 AM »
The 2008 videos are still available!

#1 - Olympic coach Audrey Weisiger describes how to teach a flying camel.  Audrey discusses common problems and provides solutions to "flying waltz jumps" and "flying salchows."  With drills and diagrams, this is an excellent video!
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_AuWe_005

 #2 - Chris Conte describes and shows a full development program for teaching the double salchow.  Chris uses a demonstrator to show the drills and these drills are appropriate for single, double, and triple salchow development.
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_ChCo_006

 #3 - Nick Perna describes how to teach a lutz to avoid the dreaded flutz problem.  See how the lutz relates to a power-pull or 'cut.'  Also learn "The Flick" and become familiar with the necessary pigeon-toe position.  Amazing!
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_001

 #3 continued - This is part 2 of Nick Perna's lutz video.  Nick discusses the "reach back", proper ice traces, actual distances, and compares the trace to that of a flip.  He also discusses how to handle advanced skaters with a flutz problem.
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_002

 #4 - Olympic coach Audrey Weisiger shares solutions for toe axel.  Audrey clearly shows and describes what a toe axel is and she suggests 2 drills that can help a skater eliminate the toe axel.  These exercises should be learned by all skaters learning a double toe loop.
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_AuWe_001

 #5 - Sheila Thelen discusses more ceiling harness safety issues.  Then she demonstrates common jump setups when using a ceiling harness.  Sheila provides tips and patterns that all coaches can use. Again this is so basic and important to our sport that iCoachSkating.com is offering this freely to all of our guests.
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_ShTh_002

 #6 - Chris Conte discusses "3 Turn Magic" which is a system for developing walk-throughs of jumps.  These drills are outstanding for developing skater alignment, stability and control.
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_ChCo_002
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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #4 on: December 19, 2011, 08:18:16 AM »
These were the 2009 Top Five Videos:

  #6 - Page Lipe shares how she teaches the salchow
  http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_PaLi_005

  #5 - Chris Conte gives a double axel lesson in the stationary
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  http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_ChCo_003

  #4 - Audrey Weisiger shares drills for air position
  http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_AuWe_007

  #3 - Nick Perna introduces the loop jump (and flip and lutz)
  http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_005
  http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_006
  http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_007

  #2 - G2C Seminar Review
  http://icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/Seminar_G2C/

  #1 - Bobbe Shire shares 5 steps to spinning
  http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_BoSh_001
  http://icoachskating.com/bobbe-shire-spinning-in-5-steps/

Bonus: Audrey Weisiger on how to teach change-edge spins:
  http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_AuWe_003
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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #5 on: December 27, 2011, 12:51:17 PM »
icoachskating has begun their "Top 6 Video Countdown" (6?) for 2011 - enjoy!

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#6 12/26/2011 - The 6th highest rated video at iCoachSkating.com in 2011 is from Olympic coach Michelle Leigh.
 
The video shows how Michelle introduces and teaches a flip jump. She covers every detail, including the not-well-known "timing point."  She also explains how she keeps young skaters from doing "lips" which are flips with a change of edge.
 
Michelle Leigh - Introducing the Flip JumpMichelle Leigh teaches flip jump

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#5 12/27/2011 - Today on the countdown we have our other Olympic coach presenter, Audrey Weisiger.  The 5th ranked video of 2011 is Audrey Developing the Toe Loop.

Audrey's video on toe loop is excellent as it covers pretty much all the important points.  As we've come to expect from Audrey, she has a very clear and structured way of thinking about skating and she articulates her thoughts very well.
 
Add to that some great demonstrations by Shannon Brakke and some slow motion video for easier analysis and you've got a winner. Many people commented on how valuable the add-on video showing the jumps in slow motion was.  I'll try to do more of that in 2012.
 
Audrey Weisiger on developing the toe loop
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_AuWe_021

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#4 12/28/2011 Michelle Leigh - Teaching the Loop Jump

http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_MiLe_024


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Nick Perna - How to Fix a Flutz (part 1)
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_037

Nick Perna - How to Fix a Flutz (part 2)
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_038

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Nick and Audrey - On-Ice Axel Class (part 1)
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_032

Nick and Audrey - On-Ice Axel Class (part 2)
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_033

Nick and Audrey - On-Ice Axel Class (part 3)
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#1 12/31/2011 Chris Conte's Pet Peeves and Missing Pieces!

In these videos Chris is offering "radical" improvements to the process of teaching basic skating.  And that's something that pretty much everyone can relate to.  Skaters at nearly every level suffer from power generation, edge control, and relaxation problems.
 
Chris has thought about these things in detail and he offers valuable solutions in his series.

http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_ChCo_022

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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #6 on: January 03, 2012, 08:31:48 AM »
Access to the free videos stops on 1/10/2012.
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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #7 on: January 03, 2012, 01:32:31 PM »
Thanks for the reminder - I've been away visiting family over the holidays, so have to catch up on them before they expire.

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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #8 on: January 07, 2012, 12:29:41 AM »
#6 Bobby Shire - Change Foot Spins (Sit-Change-Sit)
 http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_BoSh_013

I understand change foot spins so much better now, but who is George and why does he keep interrupting my spins?

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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #9 on: January 07, 2012, 07:05:05 AM »
I think she explains her use of the term "George" in this video:

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  #1 - Bobbe Shire shares 5 steps to spinning
  http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_BoSh_001

Essentially, "George" is the force that spin techniques use to generate power and speed in spins.  Bobbe Shire uses the term for both Centripetal (initiating a spin) and Centrifugal (increasing rotational speed) force.
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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #10 on: December 29, 2012, 10:42:16 PM »
2012 Top Videos from iCoachSkating - Free through early January 2013

#6. Kori Ade on double loop preparation and drills. http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_KoAd_010

#5 Nick Perna and the Bread Drill...a great drill for developing better edge control and power. http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_044

#4 Michelle Leigh and her awesome group jumping class!
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_MiLe_033

#3 Karen Heng-Olson's Backward Outside Loops!
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_KaOl_018


The remaining videos will be released, one/day, through New Year's Day.  Will update as they are announced.
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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #11 on: December 29, 2012, 11:08:02 PM »
thanks for the list!  My daughter has been trying the bread dills and that are really tough!  The coach makes it look very simple.  She can only do about 6 on the big circle.  She had her friends trying it as well.  What a great resource!

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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #12 on: January 05, 2013, 02:15:58 PM »
2012 Top Videos from iCoachSkating - Free through early January 2013

#6. Kori Ade on double loop preparation and drills. http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_KoAd_010

#5 Nick Perna and the Bread Drill...a great drill for developing better edge control and power. http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_044

#4 Michelle Leigh and her awesome group jumping class!
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_MiLe_033

#3 Karen Heng-Olson's Backward Outside Loops!
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_KaOl_018

#2 Audrey Weisiger's detailed discussion and demonstration of jump landings and drills.
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_AuWe_033
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_AuWe_034

#1 Nick Perna's "Passive Edges and Active Edges"
http://www.icoachskating.com/site.php/spgs/read/VT_NiPe_051
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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #13 on: February 08, 2013, 09:20:28 PM »
The www.icoachskating.com website was just revamped, so these videos are no longer available.  The new site looks good!
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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #14 on: April 28, 2013, 06:32:11 PM »
Received an email today, saying icoachskating was offering free videos to the general public.

http://www.prweb.com/releases/figureskatingvideos/figureskatingjumps/prweb10672233.htm
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Free videos start May 1st - check their Facebook or Twitter accounts or sign up for updates on their website, www.coachskating.com
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« Reply #15 on: December 28, 2013, 12:56:14 PM »
As they do every year, icoachskating.com is offering several free training videos for a limited time.

#6 - Frank Carroll discusses jump air position
http://icoachskating.com/figure-skating-jumps-arms-and-air-position-frank-carroll/

#5 - Trevor Laak compares 3 triple lutzes
http://icoachskating.com/comparing-triple-lutz-technique-lutz-analysis-trevor-laak/

#4 - Two of Chris Conte's 7-video series on edges

#3 - Kori Ade's Off-Ice Jump Class
http://icoachskating.com/figure-skating-off-ice-training-off-ice-class-part-2-kori-ade/

#2 - Nick Perna teaches the flip jump - Part 1
http://icoachskating.com/the-flip-jump-part-1-nick-perna/

#1 - Tom Zakrajsek teaches axel class - Part 1  (of 7 parts)
http://icoachskating.com/learning-an-axel-jump-axel-class-part-1-tom-zakrajsek/


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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #16 on: December 22, 2015, 08:33:42 AM »
While we wait for the Top 6 videos from icoachskating, you can check out the freebies they've shared this year:

Learn Better Figure Skating Edges – Passive Edges and Active Edges (Nick Perna)   
http://icoachskating.com/nick-perna-passive-edges-and-active-edges/

Toe Loops Tips From Olympic Coach (Audrey Weisiger)   
http://icoachskating.com/audrey-weisiger-developing-the-toe-loop/

Improving Figure Skating: Learn To Skate – Part 1 (Chris Conte)   
http://icoachskating.com/chris-conte-learn-to-skate-improvements-part-1/

Figure Skating Flip Jump Reach And Toe Placement (Trevor Laak)   
http://icoachskating.com/trevor-laak-flip-jump-reach-and-toe-placement/

“Just Stay In!” – Another Perspective on Opening Jumps Early (Trevor Laak)   
http://icoachskating.com/just-stay-in-another-perspective-on-opening-jumps-early-trevor-laak/
(This video may not work)

Figure Skating Education: Magic Three Turns (Chris Conte)
http://icoachskating.com/chris-conte-three-turn-magic/

Figure Skating Safety Equipment Video – Jump Set Ups (Sheila Thelen)   
http://icoachskating.com/sheila-thelen-harness-safety-and-jump-setups/

The Flip Jump – Part 1 (Nick Perna)   
http://icoachskating.com/the-flip-jump-part-1-nick-perna/


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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #17 on: December 22, 2015, 08:39:16 AM »
End of the narrative accompanying Nick Perna's Flip video on #icoachskating:

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Nick also mentions that the straight three turn and blurb used by most top skaters resembles a shallow rocker in many cases.  [Editor’s note: IJS technical specialists who give the edge call to flips coming off a blurb to a true inside edge take-off should be ashamed of themselves for not understanding the mechanics of this jump.]

Public shaming of IJS Tech Spec's - love it!
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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #18 on: December 22, 2015, 08:59:13 PM »
My flip entry is technically a counter.  I guess I had better watch that video.

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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #19 on: January 01, 2016, 02:28:43 PM »
Every year, icoachskating.com makes their Top 6 videos of the year available for free viewing.  (Top 6 as voted by their subscribers)  Here are the videos that made this year's list.

#6 Backward Crossovers (Amy Brolsma)
http://icoachskating.com/backward-crossovers-amy-brolsma/

#5 Double Axel Lesson – Developing the Jump (Michelle Leigh)
http://icoachskating.com/double-axel-lesson-developing-the-jump-michelle-leigh/

#4 Double Axel Lesson – Addressing Common Problems Part 1 (Kori Ade)
http://icoachskating.com/double-axel-lesson-addressing-common-problems-part-1-kori-ade/

#3 Choreography – Part 2: Transitions (Pasquale Camerlengo)
http://icoachskating.com/choreography-part-2-transitions-pasquale-camerlengo/

#2 Edge Control With the “Shut Up Drill” (Nick Perna)   
http://icoachskating.com/edge-control-with-the-shut-up-drill-nick-perna/

#1 Skids and Stops, Part 4 – Skidded Turns (Chris Conte)
http://icoachskating.com/skids-and-stops-part-4-skidded-turns-chris-conte/
(Back story: In Part 1 he covered T-stops.  In Part 2 he introduced the slideboard drill.  In Part 3 he shared some drills for building skidding mastery and discussed the ”one foot hockey stop” and the “tango stop” in detail.  In this video, Chris talks about and demonstrates skidded turns.)


These are only free for a limited time, so check them out while they're available!  Obviously, this is a marketing tool to encourage people to subscribe to their site year-round. They do offer a 2-month trial membership if you want to check out the offerings.

Their Shop offers the membership options as well as DVD's, Champion Cords and Ankle Buzzers.
(Why does that sound so naughty?)

http://icoachskating.com/shop
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Re: iCoachSkating Videos (Some Free)
« Reply #20 on: January 09, 2017, 08:07:14 AM »
The annual icoachskating.com annual top videos are available through next week, for free!

http://icoachskating.com/top-rated-figure-skating-videos-of-2016/
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