Douglas describes the counter rotation on the lutz jump. He then explains the importance and similarity of the wally jump. This helps with winding up and releasing in the opposite direction. He then compares it to the turn “counter.”
Douglas draws this on the ice and demonstrates this turn. Douglas explains the importance of the outside edge and does a stand still exercise. He uses a backward “C” to help you feel the outside edge.
Douglas goes over the arm positions and stresses the importance of your palms facing your body. The 2 min and 47 second lesson gives a great “c” exercise and really focuses on helping you get the much needed outside edge on your take off.