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Kim Yuna

Kim Yuna (Hangul: 김연아, Hanja: 金姸兒, IPA: [gimjʌna]; born 5 September 1990) is a South Korean former
figure skater. She is the 2010 Olympic champion and 2014 silver medalist in ladies' singles; the 2009,
2013 World champion; the 2009 Four Continents champion; a three-time (2006–2007, 2007–2008, 2009–
2010) Grand Prix Final champion; the 2006 World Junior champion; the 2005 Junior Grand Prix Final
champion; and a six-time (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2013, 2014) South Korean national champion.

Kim is the first South Korean figure skater to win a medal at an ISU Junior or Senior Grand Prix event, ISU
Championship, and the Olympic Games. She is the first female skater to win the Olympic Games, the
World Championships, the Four Continents Championships and the Grand Prix Final. She is one of the
most highly recognized athletes and media figures in South Korea.[10] As a result of her numerous
accomplishments, she is frequently referred to as "Queen Yuna" by various media across the world.[11]

She is the current record holder for ladies in the free skating[12] and the combined total[13] under the
ISU Judging System. She has broken world record scores 11 times[12][13][14] under the ISU Judging
System since 2007, eight of which being records she herself set. She is also the first female skater to
surpass the 140-point and 150-point free skating mark[12] and the 200-point total mark[13] under the
ISU Judging System. Throughout her entire career, Kim had never finished a competition off the podium.

1.64 m (5 ft 4 1⁄2 in)
Weight est 99lbs
Ice Skating Tips: How to Fall

Falling down is the single biggest risk for ice skaters. For this reason, one of the most valuable ice skating tips for
any skater is learn how to minimize the risk of injury when falling. For beginning ice skaters, falling is inevitable; for
experienced ice skaters, falling is a constant and real possibility. The goal for every ice skater when falling should
be to avoid injuries and get back up quickly. If you are a beginner or concerned about falling, it is a good idea to wear
ice skating skate protective gear (helmet, wrist, elbow, knee and possibly hip and tailbone pads).

The following represents our top 10 ice skating tips when it comes to learning how to safely fall. 1. Try to be relaxed
when you fall; a limp body is far less likely to get injured than a stiff body. 2. If falling forward, keep your chin up. 3. If
falling backwards, tuck in your chin – this, along with number two, will help you keep from hitting your head on the
ice. 4. Try to prevent the wrists, elbows, hips and knees from hitting the ice first. 5. Always wear gloves when
practicing falls. 6. Always try to land on your bottom first (when possible). 7. For extra protection, wear protective
equipment as mentioned above. 8. When you do fall, pull your hands in to protect them from getting run over by other
ice skaters. 9. To get up from a fall; move to your hands and knees, place one skate under you, and put the other
skate under you as soon as practical, and lift yourself up. 10. When you fall, get up quickly from off the ice.

Practice Falling From a Standstill Position

1. Stand still on the ice. 2. Bend forward with your hands in front. 3. Extend your hands toward the ice, break the fall
with your hands, and straighten the knees before they hit the ice (we recommend you use wrist guards at the very
least when practicing falling). 4. Keep your head and chin up to prevent your head from hitting the ice. 5. Move
quickly to your hands and knees. 6. Put one skate under you at a time and carefully extend your knees as you lift
yourself up. 7. Practice these steps several times.  

There are a number of potential ice skating tips to help you practice falling. These ice skating tips range from
practicing while standing still, to practicing while ice skating forward, and practicing while ice skating backwards.
For more ice skating tips, we strongly encourage ice skaters seek professional guidance from a certified ice skating
instructor. When it comes to practicing falling, seeking professional guidance is probably our most important ice
skating tip.

Lastly, it is worth noting that if you are skating outside, the second biggest ice skating risk is falling through the ice
while skating on ponds, lakes, etc. Always make sure the ice is thick enough to support your weight; if in doubt skate
elsewhere. It is also good to scope out the surface for any other obstacles that may be in the way. Finally, always
skate with a partner – your safety may depend on it.  

Ice Skating Tip: How to Stop

One of the first ice skating tips every skater should consider is to learn how to stop. There are a number of different
ways to stop while ice skating, but here we will discuss three – the T-Stop, the Snowplow-Stop and the Hockey-Stop.


The T-Stop is probably the best stopping technique for beginning ice skaters to learn. The T-Stop is performed with the
skates forming a t-position as the name implies. To execute a t-stop, you should: 1. Begin skating slowly in a forward
direction. 2. Turn one skate at a 45 degree angle and drag it behind the other skate. 3. Pull the skate that is being
dragged into the instep of the lead skate. 4. Shoulders should remain straight and forward in the skating direction. 5.
Arms should be out to the side. 6. Lean back slightly and shift the body weight to the rear skate that is being dragged.

Snowplow Stop

The snowplow stop is another stop that is great for beginner ice skaters to learn. The snowplow stop got its name
because of the ice shavings that buildup in front of the blade, resembles the snow that builds up in front of a
snowplow. The snowplow stop is performed with the skates forming a pigeon-toed position. To execute a snowplow
stop: 1. Begin skating slowly in a forward direction. 2. Arms straight out to the side. 3. Bend the knees, lean back
slightly and push the skates apart. 4. As the skates are pushed apart, the feet should begin to form a pigeon-toed
position. 5. The inside blades are used to shave the ice.


The hockey-stop is an important stop, and one that every ice skater should learn. The hockey-stop will bring skaters
to an abrupt stop, even when skating relatively fast. The hockey-stop got its name because it is a stopping technique
often used by hockey players. The hockey-stop is performed by turning both skates in the same direction, parallel to
the direction skating. Ice skaters should learn the hockey-stop in both directions. To execute a hockey-stop: 1. Begin
skating at a moderate speed in a forward direction. 2. Arms straight out to the side, skates should be slightly apart,
knees bent. 3. Simultaneously, twist the shoulders in one direction and the feet in the opposite direction. 4. The lead
skate will shave the ice on an outside edge, the trailing foot will shave the ice on an inside edge. 5. The hips and
skates are facing to the side, the head, chest and stomach should be facing the skating direction.

Ice Skating Tip: How to Stop while Skating Backwards

There are multiple ice skating tips to help you stop while ice skating backwards. If you are skating with figure skates
you can lift the heel of one of the skates and dig the toe-pick into the ice. This will not instantly stop forward (in this
case backward) progress, but it will slow you down to an eventual stop. While skating on any ice skates you can use
the backward Snowplow stop, and the backward T-stop; we address both below.

Backward Snowplow-stop

1. Bend both knees. 2. Turn the toe of one or both of the ice skates out (dragging it on an inside edge). 3. The inside
edge of the skate(s) will eventually help bring you to a stop.

Backward T-stop

1. As you are skating backwards: 2. Bend the skating leg and lean forward. 3. Extend one ice skate behind you and
turn it at a 45 degree angle. 4. Place the free skate onto the ice on an inside edge (set it down slowly to feel and
adjust to the pressure accordingly).

A final ice skating tip to help you to stop while skating backwards is to execute a backward turn, and stop in the now
forward direction by using the forward T-Stop, Snowplow-stop or the Hockey-stop.
Auricular therapy has a long history of use in China.
It was mentioned in the most famous of ancient Chinese medical textbooks,
“The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine.”
In modern times, auricular therapy has been shown
to stimulate the release of endorphins,
The body's own feel-good chemicals.

How is ear acupuncture used in a treatment?
Ear acupuncture is generally incorporated into a regular acupuncture treatment.
In addition to using acupuncture points on the rest of the body,
your acupuncturist may select a few ear acupuncture points
That they feel will be helpful for your particular condition.

What are ear seeds and ear tacks?

Ear acupuncture points may be stimulated for a longer period of time by using
ear seeds or ear tacks. Ear seeds are small seeds from the Vaccaria plant. These
seeds are held in place on the ear with a small piece of adhesive tape. Ear
seeds may be left in the ear for a few days or up to two weeks.
Ear tacks are very small needles with an adhesive backing.
Ear tacks are inserted into the ear and left in the ear for a
Few days or up to one week.

Weight Loss: How-to Instructions & Acupuncture Ear Seeds 120pcs

These are the most popular reusable magnets for the body acu-point treatment.
Easy to use and apply, the hypoallergenic tape
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How-to Instructions & Acupuncture Ear Seeds 120pcs

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•Apply the ear seeds per our Ear-point instruction.
•Acupuncture may help curb your appetite,
Speed your metabolism, and maximize the absorption of nutrients.
•Ear acupuncture is believed to be particularly effective for weight loss
Because the ear contains points that correspond to all
major organs and body parts.
•Acupuncturists sometimes place beads or magnets on the auricular points
After each acupuncture treatment to maintain effectiveness between sessions.
•Massage the seeds for about ten seconds any time you have a food craving.