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    Trevor says the membership includes two new videos per week, so continuing your membership means access to new videos and materials.

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    technical videos

    Another good set of technical DVDs is by Charles Butler:
    http://www.skatebladeperfection.com/Charlie.htm

    mostly edge work and turns, but a lot of information for the money.

    ISU DVDs are helpful, but pricey for the small amount of info.

    Lussi videos are good - wish they had finished the series!

    icoachskating - love it! For less than the price of a half-hour lesson each month, I have access to tons of information. I especially like the drills and the videos on moves.

    Note on PSA Moves DVD - This DVD only includes the NEW moves - not ALL the moves. Pretty pricey, considering it says that it does not necessarily show PASSING moves.

    The new DVD, produced by the Professional Skaters Association and approved by the US Figure Skating, defines the correct steps, patterns, focuses, common errors, standards and expectations expected from skaters who are being tested for Moves in the Field. It is intended only as a guide for judges, coaches and skaters in order to develop a standard throughout the country.

    Included in this video are only the moves that are either brand new or have been modified. Original moves that have gone without revision can be viewed on PSA's Moves in the Field Volume 2 DVD.

    Special Note: It is important to realize that this is an instructional video. The elements in each field move on this video have both been demonstrated by above and below standard of passing and has been produced purely for demonstration purpose. Errors are allowed at each test level, which should not exclude a test from passing. The level and magnitude of the error must always be considered when evaluating a test as pass or retry.


    JMHO,
    Jane

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