Here's a bit of what really happens most times during my skating practice..... I do a lot of my same tricks over and over and over again to see where I can improve them or how I can manage to do them not being on a smooth ground. I can't speak for any other skaters but I've never had a skate lesson in my life (besides bowl workshops) and have taught myself everything I know.... Now some might think this is cool but to me I've have to work twice as harder to really mimic the artistic moves I want to project because I have so many trial an error moments trying to sort out how to perfect such complex moves. Currently I'm really trying to push myself out of my comfort zone with new foot work positioning as well as smoothing out my one footed spins which have always looked like crap to me. I'd also like to evolve my sit spins as they are getting to be a bit stale and I just feel like I can be doing more....
I say this just to put out there that I don't think I'm a perfect skater. I know and feel that I will NEVER stop learning how to better my craft... I'm looking forward to pushing myself more and seeing what else these legs can produce ❤️
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