Miss Bianca says, "I can tell you hate your right inside mohawks. You frown. From now on I want you to smile when you do them."
So I smile and do a right inside mohawk. It's not a miracle but the turn is more stable and I don't have the choppy foot switch I do when I frown. Instead the foot switch is smooth and the transition to the back edge is easy.
It turns out there's a method in Miss Bianca's
Frowning is Bad for You. But Smiles Are Good For You.
When you frown its an indicator of anxiety. Anxiety tightens the muscles of your jaw, which also tightens the muscles in your anterior neck. When your neck muscles tense it pulls your head forward and you tend to hunch your shoulders.
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Guess what happens when you frown. Head and shoulders move forward, pulling you forward on your rocker. That leads to....
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When you Smile, you relax your jaw and your posture (head and shoulders) improves. There's less of a tendency to hunch and tense up. You also tend to keep your head up and that leads to better arm and shoulder position. You're also better positioned over your blade, so you'll skate smoother and won't have to struggle as much to keep your edge.
If it' works for you: KEEP SMILING!
If it doesn't work for you, send me angry comments!