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  1. #101

    Default Quick Update

    So I took my skates to my skate shop guy last Saturday, and he sent my skates back to SP-Teri so they can reinforce the ankles on both skates. Apparently their "K Tab" wasn't stiff enough, and this would have led to a rapid breakdown of the leather. I barely had the skates two weeks, and you could already see the creasing on the landing boot. Funny thing is I could have told that to anyone the second I tried on the skates. I told my skate guy that the skates were just TOO soft for me.

    It's not his fault, but as it has been explained to me, SP-Teri uses a certain type of leather for their "K Tab" boots, and sometimes the leather used isn't supportive enough for the skater. My boots are meant for doubles and triples, and they should last me a year....not a few months LOL. Because of this problem, sometimes the manufacturer needs to add reinforcements, which is what I'm having to deal with now. Funny thing is some coaches and skaters HATE the "K Tab" skates because of this issue, while others LOVE the boots and have no problems. In my case, I love the fit and comfort of my skates, but I'm just annoyed that I have to wait for the boots to come back to me.

    Luckily, I have my old skates as backup, but it's a pain when you consider they were causing pain in my ankles, and I have a different blade with a smaller rocker.

    Anyway, I should have my new skates back in a week (and the hole I jabbed in my right boot should be fixed too...yay ).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Deetlebug View Post
    Mike, just like a new car, the first scratch always hurts the most.
    Yeah, you're telling me. Luckily SP-Teri will fix the hole when working on my boots this week

    Quote Originally Posted by Deetlebug View Post
    I love that you keep posting vids and also really enjoy your comments and titles cards you include in the vids.
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Deetlebug View Post
    I have one question for you regarding your toe loop jump. You mentioned in an earlier post that your current coach has taught you a different technique on the jump. Can you explain what you're doing differently? What you're doing now looks very similar to what my coach has taught me on my toe loop, though I'm only doing single jumps. My toe loop gets good distance and is almost on auto-pilot when I add it to my waltz jump, which is a nice feeling.

    Keep skating.

    Well if we rewind back to my younger days when I skated full-time, I basically omitted the double toe from anything I did because I simply couldn't do the jump. Ironic when you think a triple loop was easy for me in comparison to a double toe...go figure.

    Anyway, my issue back in the day was the jump was really more of a toe-axel, and my coach taught me a different vaulting technique that never really seemed to get me into my knees. I think this is how I started doing more toe-axels because a *true* double was too cumbersome.

    My current coach has explained that as I get down into my knees and PIVOT the vault, I will be in good shape. I basically have the feeling of doing a double salchow, but with my left toe vaulting me into the air.

    When you see the slow-mo below, you'll see that my left toe is in the ice, and my right foot is rolling around from the pivot before I get up into the air. Hope that makes some sense
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0PtyzGqgQc&#t=2m56s
    Last edited by scootie12; January 19th, 2010 at 03:53 PM. Reason: grammar

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    Quote Originally Posted by scootie12 View Post
    Yeah, you're telling me. Luckily SP-Teri will fix the hole when working on my boots this week
    There's a sweet bonus to your headache!

    Well if we rewind back to my younger days when I skated full-time, I basically omitted the double toe from anything I did because I simply couldn't do the jump. Ironic when you think a triple loop was easy for me in comparison to a double toe...go figure.

    Anyway, my issue back in the day was the jump was really more of a toe-axel, and my coach taught me a different vaulting technique that never really seemed to get me into my knees. I think this is how I started doing more toe-axels because a *true* double was too cumbersome.

    My current coach has explained that as I get down into my knees and PIVOT the vault, I will be in good shape. I basically have the feeling of doing a double salchow, but with my left toe vaulting me into the air.

    When you see the slow-mo below, you'll see that my left toe is in the ice, and my right foot is rolling around from the pivot before I get up into the air. Hope that makes some sense
    Yes, that makes perfect sense and is exactly how I've been taught. Its great to know that the technique I'm learning now works better down the road on higher rotation jumps. Thank you for answering my question.

    I'm looking forward to seeing your slow-mo vidio when I get home (no YouTube viewing at work).

    Happy skating.
    I believe!

    I remain totally in AWE of Michelle Kwan.

    This season just hasn't been the same without her.


    I miss seeing her on the ice.
    I think I always will...
    IF...she steps onto it again
    Oh...my heart stand still....

    _________


  3. #103

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    Gosh, Michael. You're so way ahead of anything I ever did way way back. I always hated spins....made me dizzy. (My husband says I'm still dizzy lol). Your flying spins are quite good. You've got very good technique, you just need more speed and confidence. But it's getting there! I love watching your vids!
    Deb

  4. #104

    Default 01-23-10 Update

    Nothing too new here, but I figured I'd post since I had it on film

    As I mentioned before, my new boots were sent back to SP-Teri to add additional padding on the "K-Tab," which are on the ankles. My boots were breaking down too fast, and since the boots are for skaters doing doubles and triples, the skates needed more leather padding to hold up the ankle, especially on my landing boot.

    So I've been skating in my old (painful and very stiff) boots, but I've managed to skate fairly well in them despite the discomfort. It was also interesting to use the old blades since the rocker is smaller, and the blade flatter. You'll definitely tell in my spins that I was just doing them to do them since I didn't want to get too used to the old blade again. Also, the flatter blade really slowed me down more...blah.

    I also did some great double flips, axel/double loops, and double loop/double loop combos. Unfortunately none of them were on film

    Big thing for me is to continue working on my speed and attack on each element leading up to competition. My technique on the combinations is getting much more consistent, and a lot of it has to do with adding more speed.

    Anyway, here's a quick update vid:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVyJrutYz1g


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    Looks great Scootie. What you're doing looks like fun, work, but fun at the same time.
    Keep it up.

    "She is absolutely brilliant, she just takes your breath away"
    -Peggy Fleming describing Michelle after her LP at Nationals 1998

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    Have you gotten your boots back yet? I ended up not getting new boots this year. I will need them next year though. I hope you're doing well!

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    Thumbsup Back 2 Ice Sk8ting

    good luck I hop u don't fall on ur butt
    Last edited by icesk8tergirl; February 25th, 2010 at 10:21 PM. Reason: I mixed up the spelling of a word
    "I think that a true champion has dedicaton,practice,sportsmanship,confidence and tears"-My class Delegate for our school winter Olympics (I'm also a delegate for our class ,everyone had 2 writie a essay to become a delegate and i was 1 of the few that won)

  8. #108

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    Sorry for lack of updates or new videos in this thread. I just haven't had the opportunity to get any filming time in (or anyone to film for that matter ). Things seem to be looking up for me in terms of practices, but I have to say that I am now looking at a potentially serious injury that might require surgery.

    Back in January I slightly pulled my left hamstring mid-air during a double salchow. Not a big deal, but after a few weeks, my leg and groin were definitely in some discomfort (the typical feeling when you pull a muscle). I've been to several doctors since then...one said I simply had a pull, one thought I had a hernia, and another said I simply had enlarged lymph nodes from my abdomen down into my leg. Anyway, I've been in a bit of discomfort (mostly in abdominal and groin area) since then, and next week I have an appointment to see another doctor that might do a MRI or CAT Scan to make sure everything is or isn't okay.

    In either event, I've been practicing still (yes, I'm very stubborn to practice with an injury), and am ironically feeling more confident than ever. My speed has increased dramatically, and as of yesterday, I tried my first double lutz in over two months and landed perfectly . My double flip jumps are very fast and high, and my combination jumps are going well so far! I'm also now working on double flip/double loop combos, and will eventually incorporate the double toe once it's more consistent. I tried a few double lutz combos yesterday, but was not too successful with the second jump. That said, I still have a lot to work on, but now that I'm in my new skates, I feel so much more comfortable and feel like I can skate like I should be. I can't believe I wore the painful boots for as long as I did.

    I hope to have a video update soon to show all of you my progress. I'm feeling great even though I have this injury.

    Wish me luck at the doctor/surgeon next week. I'm really hoping I don't need surgery


    Quote Originally Posted by synnabun View Post
    Have you gotten your boots back yet? I ended up not getting new boots this year. I will need them next year though. I hope you're doing well!
    Yes, I got my boots back about 3 weeks ago, and I have to say they're one of the best pairs of boots I've ever had. Super comfortable, minimal break-in period, and my feet and ankles are feeling perfectly fine (finally). SP-Teri reinforced the "K-tab" in both boots, so we'll see how they fare after a few months of beating them up

    Depending on what I hear about my current injury, I really want to get back to working on the double axel, especially since I'm feeling much better on the ice these days.


    Quote Originally Posted by MKPerfect6.0 View Post
    Looks great Scootie. What you're doing looks like fun, work, but fun at the same time.
    Keep it up.
    Thanks It's fun when things go well, and definitely work when things don't I feel like I have SO much to work on even though I feel I've come so far since last July.
    Last edited by scootie12; March 1st, 2010 at 12:22 PM.

  9. #109

    Default 03-03-10 Update

    Here is a practice update video from today's practice (03-03-10).

    As mentioned in my last post, my skates are feeling great, and I'm starting to ramp everything up again. I am still nursing a groin injury, but am limiting my elements to things that won't necessarily aggrevate the injury....so very little spinning for now.

    This video focuses on my jumps. Although I'm easily doing double lutzes again, I did not do any today....I was running out of time since I was taking my time skating today

    I have to say one thing though...As much as I can tell I'm skating faster than I have in the past, it still looks like I'm skating slow on film, especially on the double flips. In person my coach says I have good speed, and I can feel the extra speed, but it looks like nothing has improved when you see it on film. Oh well...guess now I know to skate even faster going forward.

    Anyway, nothing too special, but enjoy.

    Any constructive feedback helps. I like having these vids to help me for future practices.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGbezuvmKJs

    Enjoy

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    Wow! I loved your second axel/double loop and your waltz into loop combination. I've noticed that your posture has improved a lot and your back is much straighter.

    It also looked like to me that you were skating faster. Just please try to take it easy with the groin injury!

    Great job on everything, Michael. I'm so proud of you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceSkate98 View Post
    It also looked like to me that you were skating faster.
    Hi Michael,

    I agree with IceSkate98, despite what you say it does look like you're skating faster. The jumps seem a little hesitant, but that is normal with an injury. Frankly I'd hate to see you going full tilt for them until you're better. However, that said, even with the caution your jumps have such a nice floaty quality to them.

    I'm looking forward to see more vids after you're feeling better and able to go all out again. I can tell the difference in how you move on the new blades and I'm looking forward to seeing more of it.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Dee
    I believe!

    I remain totally in AWE of Michelle Kwan.

    This season just hasn't been the same without her.


    I miss seeing her on the ice.
    I think I always will...
    IF...she steps onto it again
    Oh...my heart stand still....

    _________


  12. #112

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceSkate98 View Post
    Wow! I loved your second axel/double loop and your waltz into loop combination. I've noticed that your posture has improved a lot and your back is much straighter.

    It also looked like to me that you were skating faster. Just please try to take it easy with the groin injury!

    Great job on everything, Michael. I'm so proud of you!
    Thanks so much


    Quote Originally Posted by Deetlebug View Post
    Hi Michael,

    I agree with IceSkate98, despite what you say it does look like you're skating faster. The jumps seem a little hesitant, but that is normal with an injury. Frankly I'd hate to see you going full tilt for them until you're better. However, that said, even with the caution your jumps have such a nice floaty quality to them.

    I'm looking forward to see more vids after you're feeling better and able to go all out again. I can tell the difference in how you move on the new blades and I'm looking forward to seeing more of it.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Dee
    Thanks! Just a bit hesitant on certain things that I know aggrevate me a little more than others. It's actually the spins that are the worst, but I tend to fare well with the jumps as long as I don't overdo it.

    Quick update...I went to the doctor and was told that I most likely have tendinitis in my pelvic/abdominal/groin area. I guess there are a few connective muscles there that have been strained, and I'm pretty sure it's from opening up on my left hip too much since I started back skating. It's one of the major things my coach and I have worked on, and if you look at a video from July 2009, you can tell the difference in how I land my jumps.

    On top of that, I have a bit of scar tissue from some torn muscle fibers in my left leg, but I've been treating that with stretching and heat. It's feeling better.

    Physical therapy for a month, and I also have to take some anti-inflamatory medication to assist with the healing process.

    Just a really quick video update. Unfortunately nothing too new, but I like to post them anyway just so I can have a video log to look back on. This video is double loops, double flips, and double lutzes. I did some slo-mo clips for someone that requested them.

    Despite the prognosis, I do plan to work on double axel next week (hopefully). I've been itching to practice and land a clean one, so hopefully I'll be up to the challenge :-)

    Anyway, thanks again to everyone that has send words of support. It's really helpful!

    Here's a video from today's practice (03-13-10):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HM6E_4VmKqc

    Enjoy!

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    Michael, the slow motion clips were pretty neat. You're doing pretty well with the double axels. I noticed you were having some problems with the combinations, but you did as well as could be expected considering the tendinitis and groin injury. I'm glad you're taking the physical therapy and thanks for sharing!

  14. #114

    Default 03/20 Update

    Just a quick update regarding my practice from last Saturday:

    I did pretty well, and my coach is definitely telling me she can see my confidence getting much stronger as I've been skating faster and just attacking things much more than I used to. I think it's simply being comfortable with skating, and not having as much fear of failure as I did a few months ago.

    The element I'm most satisfied with at the moment is the double flip since I've now gotten it back as a very consistent jump that I like to do. I didn't enjoy it so much when I first started back skating, but now that I'm comfortable doing it, I can feel my self doing it very well. The lutz is also getting more and more comfortable each week as well.

    I also worked on combinations. I did a few double flip/double loop and double lutz/double loop combinations. Both of them were not totally clean, as I had step-outs on the second jump, but I think they'll be consistent in a few more weeks. The axel/double loop continues to feel better and better, and my success rate is about 70% now. Otherwise, I usually fall or open my left hip too much on the landing.

    I also *finally* started double axel practice. Not sure what to think of it yet, but I just need more time to feel comfortable jumping into it. My first attempt I held in and muscled the jump...rotated completely, but fell with my legs crossed, and body bent over. The second attempt, I was a more vertical, but still fell. The last attempt, I underrotated and landed on one foot. Not a bad fall, but still a fall.

    I really hope to get more comfortable doing them soon so I can land them cleanly and move on to a triple jump. I already know I'll choose the loop to work on first, but I'll give myself a few more months until I attempt one.

    Anyway, I hope to post a new video update soon, especially of the double axel attempts.

    PS - Physical therapy starts in full-force today. I'm hoping to have the scar tissue from the muscle tear fully healed in about two weeks, and I'll also be doing a lot of work to strengthen my abdominal/groin area where the tendinitis is.

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    Hey Michael,

    Just getting back to your skating thread. With Nationals and then the Olympics I have not checked it for awhile. Sorry to hear about your injuries and I am glad you are doing better. Loved your latest video clip you look great and your jumps have improved so much. Keep it up and you will have all of jumps before you know it. Practice, Practice, Practice. lol.

    Your fan.

    Kitty.

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    Michael,

    It sounds like your practices are going very well. I can't wait to see videos of that double axel.

    I skated on my new blades for the first time this week. My old blades were ruined by poor sharpening so that I didn't have anything left to sharpen and I didn't have any rocker to speak of. Being back on a regular blade is a little scary. It feels like starting all over again. But at least I have my old flow back. Just a tiny little push and I can glide almost 2/3rds of the way down the rink. I've always had good flow but didn't realize how hard I'd been working for it lately. LOL.

    Keep skating.
    I believe!

    I remain totally in AWE of Michelle Kwan.

    This season just hasn't been the same without her.


    I miss seeing her on the ice.
    I think I always will...
    IF...she steps onto it again
    Oh...my heart stand still....

    _________


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    Goodluck on the double axels, the combos look good.
    Keep on truckin

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    Did you qualify for Adult Nationals? I haven't gone through the results page yet to find your name! I'm hoping to compete next year... We'll see. I hope you're doing okay!

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    I think you're going to win Adult Nationals, so please qualify for next year. I watched the Adult Naionals performances, Michael, and you have it all over those guys - no offense intended to any current competitors, but Michael has superior technique and skating skills. It's just the truth.

    ETA: Very much looking forward to next update. I live for your new skating videos .
    Fan forever of Michelle Kwan - the skater and the person!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gratefulmkfan View Post
    I think you're going to win Adult Nationals, so please qualify for next year. I watched the Adult Naionals performances, Michael, and you have it all over those guys - no offense intended to any current competitors, but Michael has superior technique and skating skills. It's just the truth.

    ETA: Very much looking forward to next update. I live for your new skating videos .
    Yeah - what gratefulmkfan said.
    I believe!

    I remain totally in AWE of Michelle Kwan.

    This season just hasn't been the same without her.


    I miss seeing her on the ice.
    I think I always will...
    IF...she steps onto it again
    Oh...my heart stand still....

    _________


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    Hi All:

    Sorry for taking forever to reply, and sorry for lack of updates. Overall, everything is going well. My leg is feeling much better and I just recently started spinning again, which is a good sign. I've also been having some decent practices, mainly focusing on combinations, but also working on my other two goals....getting a consistent double toe-loop, and getting back my double axel, which I had when I quit back in 2001. The double axel has been put on the backburner, but I attempt here and there, and will probably get back to doing some more focused practices on the jump this Saturday. The toe-loop is perfectly fine, but since I hate the jump, I'm forcing myself to love it and make it consistent Not an easy task for me haha.

    Anyway, here is a somewhat embarrassing video update, but since I haven't really posted anything I figured I should post something from today's 5am practice. This is mostly combinations, but I was feeling slow and not as into the skating today. Everything just felt a bit "off" in terms of by body positions. Oh well, that's part of the skating life.

    Anyway, here it is....I really do hope to post a full update soon with spins, and a full posting of jumps and some MITF stuff:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OX8eM-iQAQ0




    Quote Originally Posted by kittyjake5 View Post
    Hey Michael,

    Just getting back to your skating thread. With Nationals and then the Olympics I have not checked it for awhile. Sorry to hear about your injuries and I am glad you are doing better. Loved your latest video clip you look great and your jumps have improved so much. Keep it up and you will have all of jumps before you know it. Practice, Practice, Practice. lol.

    Your fan.

    Kitty.

    Thanks so much. Much appreciated

    Quote Originally Posted by Deetlebug View Post
    Michael,

    It sounds like your practices are going very well. I can't wait to see videos of that double axel.

    I skated on my new blades for the first time this week. My old blades were ruined by poor sharpening so that I didn't have anything left to sharpen and I didn't have any rocker to speak of. Being back on a regular blade is a little scary. It feels like starting all over again. But at least I have my old flow back. Just a tiny little push and I can glide almost 2/3rds of the way down the rink. I've always had good flow but didn't realize how hard I'd been working for it lately. LOL.

    Keep skating.


    I hope to get the double axel posted soon. My coach hasn't filmed any of them lately I hope your blades are working out now that you've had them a while. Let me know how you're liking them so far


    Quote Originally Posted by Jarrett View Post
    Goodluck on the double axels, the combos look good.
    Thanks. The double axel is one of my big goals in terms of where I can get my skating back to. The combinations are getting more consistent, and last week, my coach started forcing me to add double toes to jumps, and also do 3-jump combos like axel, double loop, double toe. Hopefully this will all be competition ready when we finally get to that point.


    Quote Originally Posted by synnabun View Post
    Did you qualify for Adult Nationals? I haven't gone through the results page yet to find your name! I'm hoping to compete next year... We'll see. I hope you're doing okay!

    I was registered for Adult Nationals, but withdrew due to the groin and leg injury. I couldn't do any spins for over a month, so I couldn't even train properly for a competition since I could only work on jumps and footwork. On the bright side, I guess my jumps got more consistent haha


    Quote Originally Posted by gratefulmkfan View Post
    I think you're going to win Adult Nationals, so please qualify for next year. I watched the Adult Naionals performances, Michael, and you have it all over those guys - no offense intended to any current competitors, but Michael has superior technique and skating skills. It's just the truth.

    ETA: Very much looking forward to next update. I live for your new skating videos .

    I definitely plan to compete next year, and also plan to enter several competitions over the summer to get myself used to competition again. Many thanks for your comments. I feel like my skating is so sub-par in many ways, but everyone keeps telling me otherwise, which is nice to hear. I guess I owe a ton to my former coach who taught me good edgework, and forced me to skate as smooth as possible. My current coach has been instrumental in helping me get my confidence back and also correcting my body positions. You can tell a huge difference from my July 2009 video

    Quote Originally Posted by Deetlebug View Post
    Yeah - what gratefulmkfan said.
    Thanks so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by scootie12
    Sorry for taking forever to reply, and sorry for lack of updates. Overall, everything is going well. My leg is feeling much better and I just recently started spinning again, which is a good sign. I've also been having some decent practices, mainly focusing on combinations, but also working on my other two goals....getting a consistent double toe-loop, and getting back my double axel, which I had when I quit back in 2001. The double axel has been put on the backburner, but I attempt here and there, and will probably get back to doing some more focused practices on the jump this Saturday. The toe-loop is perfectly fine, but since I hate the jump, I'm forcing myself to love it and make it consistent Not an easy task for me haha.

    Anyway, here is a somewhat embarrassing video update, but since I haven't really posted anything I figured I should post something from today's 5am practice. This is mostly combinations, but I was feeling slow and not as into the skating today. Everything just felt a bit "off" in terms of by body positions. Oh well, that's part of the skating life.

    Anyway, here it is....I really do hope to post a full update soon with spins, and a full posting of jumps and some MITF stuff:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OX8eM-iQAQ0
    Michael, I'm soooo glad your leg is better! From what I could tell, you're moving more freely (without restriction) with the combination jumps. I'm glad the physical therapy has been working and thanks for sharing the latest video!

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    Michael,

    I'm happy to hear you're feeling better.

    My new blades are fabulous! The second time I was back on the ice it felt like I never had to adjust. I don't know what was wonkey about that first hour on the ice, but the next week it was so goooooooooooooddd.

    I've been off the ice for two weeks due to work committments and am looking forward to getting back on next week.

    Skate hard and have fun.
    I believe!

    I remain totally in AWE of Michelle Kwan.

    This season just hasn't been the same without her.


    I miss seeing her on the ice.
    I think I always will...
    IF...she steps onto it again
    Oh...my heart stand still....

    _________


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    So we all had to start somewhere, right? After holding onto this video I capped a long while ago, I've finally decided to edit and post on youtube so I can share with the rest of you.

    This is a video of me during my first day skating. I had followed the sport for about a year, and was rooting for Kristi at the Olympics. After seeing both Kristi and Victor win golds that year, I finally wanted to try it myself since I thought the jumps looked so cool. I guess the rest is history, lol. While I wish I had some video from 2001 before I quit, I at least have the ones I've posted since returning to the ice. I might not have everything back that I used to be able to do, but I think the basics are still there.

    Anyway, enjoy the stroll down memory lane: the cheesy 1992 styles, my curly hair, the ugly rink that I skate at on Saturdays that looks even worse in this video, and me doing a smoking hot 3-jump combination LOL. If anyone can tally the scores and GOE, I'd greatly appreciate it. Maybe I knew CoP would be in place one day in the future


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBFGmLO2sGk

    Enjoy!!!

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    OMG! Michael, that is too cute!!!

    Thanks for sharing. That takes guts, real guts. Definitely worthy of 3+ GOE in my book.
    I believe!

    I remain totally in AWE of Michelle Kwan.

    This season just hasn't been the same without her.


    I miss seeing her on the ice.
    I think I always will...
    IF...she steps onto it again
    Oh...my heart stand still....

    _________


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