The Fun of Figure Skating
by Maribel Vinson Owen

Chap. 1 Equipment

Chap. 2 First Strokes
    First Time
    Double Sculling
    Pushing Off
    Forward Stroking
    Forward Crossovers
    Skating Backward
    Back Crossovers

Chap. 3 Basic Edges
    F. Inside Spirals
    F. Outside Spirals
    Spread Eagles
    Back Outside Spirals
    Back Inside Spirals
    Inside Mohawks
    Forward Outside 3's

Chap. 4 Four Rolls
    Forward Outside Rolls
    Forward Inside Rolls
    Back Outside Rolls
    Back Inside Rolls
    Waltz Eight
    Man's 10-Step

Chap. 5 School Figures
    Forward Outside 8
    Forward Inside 8
    Preliminary Test
    Back Outside 8
    Forward Changes
    USFSA First Test

Chap. 6 Completing Fundamental Figures 
    Back Inside 8
    Forward Outside 3
    Back Changes
    Forward Inside 3
    Basic Theory

Chap. 7 Free Skating
    Basic Spirals
    Dance Steps
    Basic Spins
    Basic Jumps
    Free Skating Program

Chap. 8 Ice Dances
    Dutch Waltz
    Fiesta Tango
    Fourteen Step
    American Waltz

Chap. 9 Skater

Source - 
World Figure Skating

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Chapter 3. Basic Edges -
Back Inside Spiral (extension)

Backward cross-overs are again the logical means of getting into the inside back spiral (Illus. 16). After gaining speed mov­ing in a clockwise direction, cross strongly over onto your RIB and allow your free leg and foot to move into a leading posi­tion on the curve.

 If you hold your arms and shoulders as previ­ously directed for the cross-overs, you will be all set for the IB spiral, skating shoulder forward and free arm and shoulder pressed back. Both your hips and shoulders should be on the line of the circle so that your stomach faces in toward the cen­ter and your back is to the outside, facing just the reverse of the outside forward spiral but with the hips and shoulders in essentially the same alignment—can you see that the difference is merely one of lean and direction?

Turn your head over your free shoulder inside the circle and watch where you are going. To maintain control, press your free hip constantly backward and stretch your free leg taut. When you are certain of this control through the hips, you may allow your free arm to move forward and the skating arm back, so that the shoulders are gracefully across the line of the skate. Keep looking back over the free shoulder. As always, turn and practice the other way.