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Terminologie "E"

 

E Position - A closed side by side relationship of partners wherein both progress in the same direction, forward or backward. E Position is distinguished from D Position by the requirement that partners face away from their clasped hands. Man is to the right of team, with andclasp and position of contact identical to D Position. The clasped hands may be held in either a trailing or leading position. Eagle See Spread Eagle.
Edge - A constant curve traced by the employed skate, with constant lean and weight to the center of the arc or circle being skated. The eight prescribed edges in roller skating (in alphabetical order): 1. LIB (Left Inner Back) - Counterclockwise curve of a backward tracing left skate. 2. LIF (Left Inner Forward) - Clockwise curve of a forward tracing left skate. 3. LOB (Left Outer Back) - Clockwise curve of a backward tracing left skate. 4. LOF (Left Outer Forward) - Counterclockwise curve of a forward tracing left skate. 5. RIB (Right Inner Back) - Clockwise curve of a of a backward tracing right skate. 6. RIF (Right Inner Forward) - Counterclockwise curve of a forward tracing right skate. 7. ROB (Right Outer Back) - Counterclockwise curve of a backward tracing right skate. 8. ROF (Right Outer Forward) - Clockwise curve of a forward tracing right skate. Edge Hooked - An abruptly deepened curve.
Edge Spin See Spin. Employed In use. tracing. a. Employed Foot - The foot and skate in contact with the surface, carrying the body weight. b. Employed Leg - The leg of the employed foot. c. Employed Skate - The skate in contact with the skating surface or if both feet are on the surface, the skate that carries the weight of the body. The tracing skate.
Entry The beginning of an item. Euler A Full Turn Jump from a ROB take-off, counterclockwise rotation, to a LIB landing (no toe-stop assist on take-off or landing). Can also be done from a LOB take-off, clockwise rotation, to a RIB landing. Also called a Loop Step when used as a Connecting Jump in a Combination.
Excessive Lift A movement, which carries the entire, body and skates higher than just slight elevation off the floor during footwork movements. Obvious jumping effort. Exit The finishing of an item.

 


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