My name is Akos Kertesz and we are in Budapest.
And I’ll teach you the intermediate level of skating. This is the second training. Its
about stable and continuous movement and stability on the ice, shoe techniques, shoe skating
technique. Let’s start, step and skate, step and skate, step and skate, step, skate. Okay,
pay attention for the bended knees, shifting of the belly weight, and lean your body forward
enough. And always watch out for this. Always close, close, close, always close your foot.
Close, always close. If you don’t do so, you won’t be able to learn the correct technique.
You stabilize your balance with side stretched arms. If you feel so, you don’t feel this,
you can swing your arms. Yes, swing. Just a little swing. Pay attention for the next
thing. Don’t skate on the inside edge. This is the inside edge. This is the sole. This
is the outside edge. Don’t skate just so, don’t so. This is not a good technique. A
good technique is all sole or on the outside edge. A little bit of the outside edge, a
little bit. Just a little bit outside, outside. And after that it comes inside, but outside,