How Do I Do a Forward outside Three Turn?

Answer

To do a forward outside three turn in ice-skating, begin by skating normally while looking straight at the ground. Then, maintain your body balance and ensure that the shoulders are parallel while the free leg is close to the skating foot, so that the body pivots round the middle balance point. Finally, ensure the body completes the turn with the arms while the shoulders are parallel to the tracing and the free leg extending back over the arc of the circle.
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