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Terminologie "L"

 

Landing - the concluding and final component parts of any jump, leap, or hop. 1. Landing Skate - The skate that traces the prescribed exit edge of any jump, leap, or hop. 2. Landing Edge - The edge traced by the landing skate. 3. Landing Foot - The foot of the landing skate. 4. Landing Position - The form of the body during a landing. 5. Outside Landing - Landing skate tracing an outside edge. 6. Inside Landing - Landing skate tracing an inside edge. Layover Camel - A spin variation in the Camel position with the shoulder line and hipline perpendicular to the skating surface in the open position.
Leading - In the direction to be traced. In position to control or the act of controlling the execution of a team movement. Leading Partner - The member of the team in position to control the movement skated.
Lean - The inclination of the body to either side of the vertical. a) true Lean - Lean with a posture baseline. b) False Lean - Lean without a posture baseline. Leap - A jump, without rotation, which does not involve a toe-plant or toe-stop assist on the take-off or landing.
LIB (Left Inner Back) - See Edge. LIF (Left Inner Forward) - See Edge.
Lift - A pairs movement in which a partner is assisted aloft. Line of travel - Same Direction of travel.
Link Step - Step used to connect items of a free skating/pairs program. LOB (Left Outer Back) - See Edge.
Lobe - A curved portion of a pattern beginning and ending at the baseline. See Baseline. LOF (Left Outer Forward) - See Edge.
Long Axis - See Axis Loop (Figures) a. An edge that spirals in, half circles around, and spirals out to cross itself. b. A consecutive pair of matched spirals centering on the long axis of a circle. c. The loop should be egg shaped, not a round circle. d. The shape of the loop on the crown is the most important. e. Loops should be executed on a steady radius with at least three wheels in contact with the skating surface. (Free Skating) a. In footwork, an edge that spirals in, half circles around, and spirals out to cross itself. b. A Full Turn Jump starting and landing on the same edge (no toe-plant on the take-off), with rotation in the direction of the edge.
Loop Step - See Euler. Low Wrap - The body position during the flight of a jump in which the legs and feet are crossed below the knees.
Lunging - An incorrect movement wherein the upper part of the body is thrust forward in an effort to increase momentum. Lutz - A Full Turn Jump from a LOB take-off with a right (r) toe-plant, counterclockwise rotation, to a ROB landing (no toe-plant on the landing). Can also be done from a ROB take-off with a left (l) toe-plant, clockwise rotation, and a LOB landing.

 


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