The details determine effect of your bouncing practice.
(Pick ball demo)
Place your skating foot about 30 cm behind ball, bend your knee slightly, shift your body's center of gravity to your skating foot, step on ball of your catching foot and pull back slightly. starting to roll back, toes and soles quickly touch ground. As ball rolls down instep of foot, toes are slightly tilted upwards.
(Demo ball juggling on front of ball of foot)
The knee joint of skating foot is slightly bent, and center of gravity of body is shifted towards skating foot. When ball falls below knee joint (about 20 cm from ground), knee and ankle joints of kicking leg are properly relaxed and soft. Rotate your calf forward and slightly up, lifting your toes slightly, hit bottom of ball lightly with back of your foot, and toss ball up.
[Foot bounce in]
(Demonstration of ball bouncing on inside of foot)
Slightly bend knee joint of supporting foot. Transfer body's center of gravity to supporting foot. When ball hits at knee height, bend knee and cross foot with jumping leg, swing inside of foot up and turn foot inward, lightly hit bottom of ball and toss ball up.
[Out of foot bounce]
(Demonstration of kicking outside of foot)
The knee joint of skating foot is slightly bent, upper side of skating foot is slightly inclined, and center of gravity is transferred to skating foot. Bounce ball from bottom up to toss it up.
(Hip juggling demonstration)
The knee joint of skating leg is slightly bent, center of gravity of body is transferred to skating leg, arms are naturally open. When ball falls to height of hip joint, thigh, that is, bouncing ball, bends knee and swings up When thigh swings to a horizontal state Hit bottom of ball and bounce ball up.
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August 31, 2023