Could you tell me how to get the basic posture when short track speed skating? Yes, the basic posture is mostly important. Normally we sit like this when we are asked for skating pose. It means your hips go back further than the heels. This is not good because To make a good posture, you have to push your hips forward. Pushing hips forward is to make your hips almost linear with your heels. What is good for pushing your hips forward is that it makes angles on ankles decreased. As the angle becomes smaller, you can press your foot firmly through the knee. That way you get a good grip on the skate. So it is important that we make the angle by pushing the hip all the way forward and letting the knee come forward. If you push this excessively, your heel will be detached from the ground. Making the heels detached from the ground is not good. Because if I have too much weight on my front blades, you could stuck on ice and fall down. So you have to push your hips forward and lower it at the same time. You can lower your hips until the heel touches the ground. So if you lower your knees and hips at the same time and press the ice firmly, it is a good posture. Should my hips and knees make it parallel to each other? The best way is to have an English Z character when you look at it from the side. So it’s best to have a horizontal line when looking at your thigh as far as possible. For elderly people, would not it be difficult to posture? In that case, do not push your hips down too much. Take a good look at the posture and enjoy the video. Thank you for watching.
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