Swizzle is a basic step that all skaters learn in the beginning of their education. Start by placing your blades in a "V" formation with the heels touching. Using the inside edges of blades, push both feet outwards, then inwards so that your toes are touching. This is the forward swizzle also known as snowmen.
"T" Push is the initial technique for single foot glides and inside edge push offs for skaters to develop the forward stride. Skaters start in a "T" formation (heel of one foot rests at the middle of the other). Pointing the lead foot in the direct the skater wishes to go, they push off with the other. This propels them on one foot, initiating the motion of a forward stride.
C Cuts are performed when learning to skate backwards or forwards. The techniques gets it's name as small "c" is made when pushing off. Skaters turn their toes in, push the foot outwards and and backwards or forwards, forming a "c" and ultimately moving the skater in the opposite direction.
Hockey Stop / 2 Foot Stop is the maneuver of stopping by turning the body and skates sideways, so the edges dig into the ice, ultimately stopping the skater.
Cross Overs are a quick way to increase momentum while turning. Skating forward, the skater will drop the inside shoulder, shift their weight to the inside leg. The inside leg pushes into the ice while the top leg is picked up and crossed over the inside leg. Skaters often are more comfortable crossing over one way versus the other.
V Push is used for starting and accelerating. With the toes pointed at a 45 degree angle, skaters will push the inside edge into the ice in a backwards and lateral motion with both feet. The 45 degree angle demonstrates a "v", giving the name of the maneuver.
Glide is when one for both feet and pointing in the direction intended to travel and the skater glides after creating momentum with another maneuver.
Forward Stride demonstrates the V push and Glide maneuvers together on one foot, and then the other.