Proper braking skating requires a fairly large expenditure of energy.If before you there is no sudden obstacles, you do not need to brake sharply at the rink, slow down smooth circular movements.Just stop and a start to move forward.Slightly tilt the housing body to the right or left foot and send a little sideways.So you slowly with a large amplitude begin to rotate, and a trace of skate will even draw a large circle on the ice.This movement greatly decelerated smoothly and leads to a complete stop on ice.
If you are moving with great speed, and you have to brake sharply, fix a stop two feet.Dire
cting skates to the right or to the left, bend your knees.Point the weight back, so as not to fall face down on the ice.The displacement of the center of gravity will be directed to the sides of the skates.The blades cut into the ice due to a sharp turn to the side, sliding stops.
stop with turn held by one leg.Quickly slipping on the ice, raise one leg, bending it at the knee.If you need to turn right, then bend the left leg, and vice versa.Lift your left foot, turn the blade ridge perpendicular to the motion.Straightening the leg, place the blade on the ice.The more power you put into this movement, the greater the speed stops.Left foot to brake, you will automatically turn to the right.
If you are moving at a low speed, brake the "plow".To do this, bend your knees and bring them together, giving the ends of the skate together.Thus the pressure evenly distributed between the edges of both skates, and you will slowly stop.
If you ride in a hockey and skating on curly , you have the ability to inhibit the "nail file" skates.This can be done only at a low speed, otherwise you risk to fall forward and break his knees and face.Just put one foot in the sock while driving."Nail file" crash into the ice, creating additional resistance, and you stop.