Secrets of Skating

Secrets of Skating Olympic champion Oksana Baiul reveals in her own words the principles techniques and philosophy that make up this immensely popular sport New photography taken especially for the book gives reader

  • Title: Secrets of Skating
  • Author: Oksana Baiul
  • ISBN: 9780789301048
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Olympic champion Oksana Baiul reveals, in her own words, the principles, techniques, and philosophy that make up this immensely popular sport New photography taken especially for the book gives readers an unprecedented, up close look at how a triple lutz is really completed, how a professional ice show comes together, how a costume is created, and all the rigors and painOlympic champion Oksana Baiul reveals, in her own words, the principles, techniques, and philosophy that make up this immensely popular sport New photography taken especially for the book gives readers an unprecedented, up close look at how a triple lutz is really completed, how a professional ice show comes together, how a costume is created, and all the rigors and pain of training and Olympic competition Readers learn first hand what it takes to excel in the world of competitive figure skating from coping with injuries to choosing the right music to choreographing a winning number.

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    169 thoughts on “Secrets of Skating”

    1. It's an enormous, heavy, coffee-table sort of tome. I got it from the library but wasn't about to lug it home sort I just sort of glanced at it. It looked nice, though.


    2. Photography by Simon Bruty. I'm afraid this is the kind of book design I loathe - pictures interrupted and interspersed with text in all sorts of fonts wandering all over them (in this case, of course, Oksana's thoughts on various subjects to do with her skating career). Though it looks back on the '94 Olympics and has a couple of earlier photos, this book largely documents one very specific moment in Baiul's ever-metamorphosing look. The last chapter is entitled "Hard Lessons".


    3. I find her story fascinating. This book is mostly an autobiography but it also goes into the art of figure skating as well. She is a very complex individual and I think that makes her a really amazing artist. This book gets into her head a little. I must brag that I do have an autographed copy. Yes, that does mean I stood backstage after an ice show and waited for her to sign it. What's it to ya?


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