A trick; an artifice; an evasion.
A quick three step pattern characterized by a short step forward with one foot, sliding the other foot alongside the first and another short step forward with the first foot. The lead foot is called out in the step, ex. SHUFFLE LEFT would be a L - R - L pattern. Also called by CHA-CHA-CHA, CHA CHA STEP, TRIPLE STEP, PROMENADE or POLKA.
noun, verb An extra element to add to a trick by landing sideways, or with the wheels parallel to the lip, and then sliding the wheels to reenter backwards. To clarify: to do a backside air shuffle, do the motion for a backside air, but as you reenter, land sideways with the wheels just below coping and slide to a the fakie position. Can also be done on a curb, bank, etc.
See ces slide.
Slide the skis along the snow maintaining balance by keeping the feet underneath the torso. The greater the incline of the hill the more edge engagement is necessary on the big toe side of the outside ski and little toe side of the inside ski. Shuffle while sliding, while traversing, in between turns, or throughout turns.
A triple step similar to a Polka step with no lilt (says NTA) EXAMPLE: SHUFFLE FORWARD LEFT 1 Step forward left & Bring the right foot up to the heel of the left foot 2 Step forward left Note: From a technical stand point, a shuffle would be smooth, a polka would have lilt (bounce), and a cha-cha would have Cuban Motion. This may be of little or no concern to the social dancer especially the beginner.
A technique for lateral movement when the puck is relatively far from the net. The goaltender slides his/her legs, one at a time, in the desired direction. This techniques momentarily leaves the five-hole open and, in cases where this may be relevant, the goaltender should use the t-push.
A triple that travels with the weight over alternating feet, 2 beets at a time