Synopsis by Elizabeth Smith
In the 1970s, Tai Babilonia and Randy Gardner skated competitively on ice rinks all over the world. After winning the bronze at the 1977 and 1978 World Championships, they returned in 1979 to win the gold. In How to Ice Skate, Babilonia and Gardner present beginning to advanced students with helpful skating tips that are designed to improve footwork, balance, and form. John W. Nicks, a leading coach for the U.S., world, and Olympic competitors, provides additional insights into the most useful drills and techniques for skaters at different skill levels.
ice-skating, sports-instruction, tips [advice]