Jackson Haines...im a figure skater, this is the RIGHT answer!He is mostly known as "The Father of Figure Skating."
You can know how to figure skate and still be learning how to figure skate. the answer to your question really depends on who you ask. I know how to figure skate but I am still learning.
These are skate boots
No, you can't figure skate on frozen jello.
Skate Boarding was invented before Snow Boarding.
Both boys and girls can figure skate
You can be any size to skate.
The recreational skate is not designed for the speeds that the figure skate is. It is a "crossover" between the figure skate and the hockey skate. It is not designed to be as precise in turnings and stops as the figure skate. However, if you do not wish to invest in figure skates for the novice (just in case it's another whim) recreational skates are a good option. The novice learns to skate and has fun without the expense of the professional skate.
they were invented when the people back in the days first started to relize that the ice would be a good thing for sports like hockey,ice skating(etc). Figure skaters usually ice skate and while they ice skate they do a type of performance to win prizes they join compotitions and compete against other people around the world. Figure skating uniforms were created by first making normal clothing wear but people added a little more style into it and after a couple of years of learning style they created many different types of these figure skating uniforms.
Some people figure skate because they enjoy it and some people both enjoy figure skating and it helps lose various amounts of weight.