No, ballroom dancing isn't considered a sport, and water sports aren't used in the Olympics (unless you call figure skating a water sport)
The old scoring system is not used anymore.
Who used a combination of grace who won figure skating gold medalsin the 1980s?
you can actually be any age. there are even infants that are in figure skating at the place i go & the one i used to go to.
Figrue skating is a sport that uses practically all of the bodies muscles. Of course, all of the leg muscles are used the most because of all the jumps and spins. The arm muscles are used frequently due to having to hold them up and all of the falling which a skater will put their arm out to catch themselves. Falling alone can contribute to muscular arms. The abdominals are also used in figure skating because of the spins and jumps where having a strong trunk is a necessity to be a good skater. Hope this helps!
Your thighs are used for jumping, spinning, and stroking.
The Greeks had the Olympics because they wanted some sort of entertainment competition with sport!!
Math is used in ice skating by the speed you go, how much they skates cost, and also how the judges score you. There are other ways they are similiar.
he used to run in the Olympics
Yes, if you're just going ice skating, then it will be cold. If you're going figure skating, then you'll probably get used to it, and get very warm but sweating afterwards.
Ice is used to make food cold(ice packs),heals cuts(depends how severe it is),and sometimes even for science experiments.Also ice is used for hockey,skating,and figure skating.
Ice skates are sports equipment. They are used in hockey, figure skating and speed skating.
Elbow, shoulder, hips, knees and ankle
quad, hamsting, adducter, gluteus, lower back
Katerina Witt of the former East Germany won gold in Ladies Figure Skating at the 1984 and 1988 Olympic Games.
Fencing has been a sport in the Olympics since the beginning of the Modern Olympics, which began in 1896. Fencing is one of only 4 sports to stay in the Olympics for the entire time.
bicep (upper arms), leg muscles,but muscles, and stomach muscles
It's a split mix of hockey and dance (ballet specifically). Basically, girls used to do ballet, and some girls did hockey on ice. They finally created figure skating by combining the two, using the "on ice" in the hockey part, and the dancing in the ballet.
Nike is the greek god of sports. The olympics are a greek sport. They ar putting a tribute to the greek culture
I do both skiing and ice skating. For me I would say that skiing is the easier sport because it the easiest to get used to. You don't wobble like you would in skating and it's not as complex. If you are trying to decide which one to go for then I would choose ice skating because there is bound to be an ice rink near you which you could go to maybe once every week, whereas, skiing is a once in a while sport. Hope that helped! (:
At school it is compulsory that we wear the right uniforn. or in certain matters it could be figure skating
you gotta say what sport in the olypmics, because the ammount of equipment is massive
She used to be involved in competative figure skating and played on the CECI field hockey team in high school.
i go to a place in mt. lebinon PA but they sell them at my rink used. if you have a computer you can buy them at Jerrys.com
I have been a figure skater for three years and you use basicly every musle equaly its not only the legs you also use the arms, shoulders, back, stomach, and chest.