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Fitness Resources


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Figure Skating Workout from 24 Hour Fitness

It may look effortless, but figure skaters need exceptional strength and stability to spin, jump and stick those landings. Try these moves to earn your stars and stripes.

Ice Dynamics
These off-ice training techniques are great for inline skaters, too. And they do not require an expensive gym membership! These exercises can be done in any comfortable place with minimal equipment and include strengthening, core stabilization, flexibility, off-ice jumping and rotation drills, advanced balance techniques and agility exercises. High intensity interval training is used to prepares the body for the demands of program run-throughs and teaches skaters how to work near their maximal heart rates to greatly increase stamina! This is a safe way to train, as heart rates peak each time skaters do their programs.

Visit the Ice Dynamics web site for more information.

Ballet for Figure Skaters
Ballet for Figure Skaters has been developed by Annette T. Thomas and was introduced as an educational web site in 1999. The program utilizes Russian technique ballet combined with Pilates and Yoga based floor exercises to increase body awareness, centering and core strength, relating everything to the specific artistic and technical needs of the inline figure skater. Volume one of Fundamentals of Alignment and Classical Movement for inline figure Skaters will give readers an opportunity to explore movement training from the inside out while using mind, body and spirit. Visit the Ballet for Figure Skaters web site for more details.

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