The axel is a figure skating jump with a forward take off. It is named after
Norwegian figure skater Axel Paulsen, who, in 1882, was the first skater to
perform the ...
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This video will show how to do the ice skating jump the Axel.
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Apr 9, 2012 ... Single Axel Figure Skating. Alyna Ciaciuch ... HOW TO DO AN AXEL PART 1 |
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How to Do an Axel in Figure Skating. The axel is sometimes the hardest jump for
figure skaters to learn, and if you are a toe jumper, it is even harder. This article ...
Recognizing the Jumps. The Axel (fo 1-1/2 Tbo). The easiest jump to identify is
the Axel. This is the only major jump that is entered from a forward edge. It is also
The Axel jump may be the hardest jump for many figure skaters. Once ice skaters
master the Axel, the double jumps come quickly. This short article outlines ...
Dec 17, 2013 ... this video, Tom talks about more details of the axel take-off. In particular he talks
about the arms and the head position and movement.
The figure skating videos on this page explain how do do an axel jump in detail.
There are relatively few ways to do the axel jump, but many ways to teach it.
Oct 4, 2013 ... In the past we asked some professional ice skating instructors their advice on
helping skaters work on and land their axels. Here is what they ...
Try to get your off-ice axel higher and rotating faster, because those big, heavy
skates make it hard to pull in as much or jump as high on the ice.