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Terminologie "H"

 

H Position - A side-by-side relationship of partners wherein both progress in the same direction, forward and backward. H Position is distinguished from B and D Positions only by the handhold. The man may be on either side of the team without the position being considered reversed. Arms both partners are crossed in front of the bodies, right hands and left hands clasped palm to palm with fingers holding wrists, not in hand shaking grip. Half Dayney - A Half Turn Jump from a LOB take-off, counterclockwise rotation, and the option of a left (l) toeplant RIF landing or a right (r) toe-plant to a LOF landing. Can also be done from a ROB take-off, clockwise rotation, and the option of either a right (r) toe-plant to a LIF landing a left (l) toe-plant to a ROF landing.
Half Flip - A Half Turn Jump from a LIB take-off with a right (r) toe-plant, counterclockwise rotation, and the option of a left (l) toe-plant to RIF landing or a right (r) toe-plant to a LOF landing. Can also be done from a RIB take-off with a left (l) toe-plant, clockwise rotation, and the option of either a right (r) toe-plant to a LIF landing or a left (l) toe-plant to a ROF landing. Half Loop - A Half Turn Jump from a ROB take-off, counterclockwise rotation, and the option of a left (l) toeplant RIF landing or a right (r) toe-plant to a LOF landing. Can also be done from a LOB take-off, clockwise rotation, and the option of either a right (r) toe-plant to a LIF landing< a left (l) toe-plant to a ROF landing.
Half Lutz - A Half Turn Jump from a LOB take-off with a right (r) toe-plant, counterclockwise rotation, and the option of a left (l) toe-plant to RIF landing or a right (r) toeplant to a LOF landing. Can also be done from a ROB take off with a left (l) toe-plant, clockwise rotation, and the option of either a right (r) toe-plant to a LIF landing or a left (l) toe-plant to a ROF landing. Half Mapes - A Half Turn Jump from a ROB take-off with a left (l) toe-plant, counterclockwise rotation, and the option a left (l) toe-plant to RIF landing or a right (r) toe-plant toa LOF landing. Can also be done from a LOB take-off with a right (r) toe-plant, clockwise rotation, and the option of either a right (r) toe-plant to a LIF landing or a left (l) toeplantto a ROF landing.
Half Salchow - A Half Turn Jump from a LIB take-off, counterclockwise rotation, and the option of a left (l) toeplant to RIF landing or a right (r) toe-plant to a LOF landing. Can also be done from a RIB take-off, clockwise rotation, and the option of either a right (r) toe-plant to a LIF landing or a left (l) toe-plant to a ROF landing. Half Toe Walley - A Half Turn Jump from a RIB take-off with a left (l) toe-plant, counterclockwise rotation, and the option of a left (l) toe-plant to RIF landing or a right (r) toeplant to a LOF landing. Can also be done from a LIB take-off with a right (r) toe-plant, clockwise rotation, and the option either a right (r) toe-plant to a LIF landing or a left (l) toeplant to a ROF landing.
Half Turn Jump - See Jump. Heel-and-Toe - See Spin.
Heel Spin - A pivot spin variation in which the toe wheels are lifted off the floor and the heel wheels pivot at the center of the spinning circle. Height - The highest point the body travels above the skating surface during the flight of a jump. The apex of a jump.
Held - Employed for longer than one beat of music. See Choctaw, Mohawk, Three, and Turn. High Wrap - The body position during the flight of a jump in which the legs are crossed and the free foot rises above the employed knee.
Hitching - An incorrect movement of the employed skate which involves skidding the leading wheel in order to assist a take-off, execute a turn, or conform to a designated pattern. Hold - The relationship of man and woman to each other in partnership without regard to method of hand contact. For dance definitions of each hold, see A Position, B Position, C Position, D Position, E Position, F Position, G Position, and H Position.
Hook - A term used to describe the action of the employed skate during the take-off and/or landing of a jump which resembles the shape of a “J”. The tracing skate creates a sharp half-arc at the beginning or the ending of an edge. Hooked Edge - An abruptly deepened curve.
Hop - A jump, without rotation, which involves a toe-plant on the take-off and/or landing. Hyper-extension - The over-straightening of a flexed limb.

 


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