ADVANCED GROUP CLASSES REGISTRATION
Fall Session: Sept 18 - Dec 17
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Power: 5:15-5:30 PM
Low Jumps & Spins: 5:30-6:00 PM (Working on Single Jumps)
Spins Specialty Lesson with Coach Olivia: 6:00-6:15 PM or 6:45-7:00 PM
Skaters must be registered for Freestyle Ice and/or an advanced class on Mondays in order to participate.
Intermediate & High Jumps & Spins: 6:15-6:45 PM (Intermediate - Has almost all single jumps and working on Lutz and Axel / High - Has consistent Axel, working on double jumps)
On-ice Moves in the Field & Gliding Maneuvers: 7:30-8:00 PM
Ice Dance: 7:30-8:00 PM
Elements Class: 9:30-10:00 AM
Axels Class: 9:30-10:00 AM
Off-ice Jumps & Drills: 10:30-11:00 AM
Off-ice Jumps & Drills: 3:15-3:45 PM
Elements Class: 4:00-4:30 PM
Power Edges & Turns: 4:30-5:00 PM
*NEW Class* Elements: This class is designed for skaters looking to work on their different Jumps, Spins, and skating elements in a group setting. Skaters will be grouped according to Free Skate/Freestyle level and will work with coaches on the elements and skills in each level in preparation for testing and competitions.
*NEW* Spins Specialty Lesson: This is a 15-minute specialty lesson with Coach Olivia McDowell on spins. This ice time takes place during the 15 minutes between the LTS and Advanced classes. Skaters must be registered for Freestyle Ice and/or an advanced class on Mondays in order to participate.
Ice Dance Class: This class will be led by Coach Sarah Hanson as she teaches skaters the basics of ice dance. Skaters in this class will learn the basic skating elements of ice dance as well as different pattern dances. Skaters will also be educated on the levels and testing of the Free Dance discipline. Whether you are curious, looking for another class option, or interested in testing through the ice dance levels, this class is for you!
Off-ice Jumps and Drills: This class is done on dry land, and through the use of the off-ice harness and other drills, skaters will work with coaches on jumping strength, technique, and position.
Power: This is a 15-minute class designed specifically to focus on the power, speed, and endurance of each athlete. This is a fast-paced class that will also include some muscle/strength training.
Power Edges & Turns: This is a 30-minute class designed specifically to strengthen skating specific skating skills. During this class, students will learn beneficial warmup exercises and techniques to better their edge control and quality. Coaches will also be leading exercises to help increase endurance and power.
Jumps & Spins: This class is designed for skaters looking to work on their Jumps and Spins in a group setting. Time will be split between working on jumps and spins. Low Jumps & Spin skaters will be working on single jumps. Intermediate Jumps & Spins skaters will have almost all their single jumps and is working on Lutz and Axel jumps. High Jumps & Spins skaters will have a consistent Axel and is working on double jumps.
On-ice Moves in the Field & Gliding Maneuvers: For all levels of skaters working on skating skills, Moves in the Field patterns and various gliding maneuvers! This is a new hybrid class that will expose athletes to additional instruction on spirals, hydroplanes, spread eagles, as well as moves in the field and skating skills. Skaters in this class will be grouped according to ability.
Axels Class: This class is specifically for skaters working on obtaining their Axel jump. The curriculum starts with off ice preparation that solidifies skaters jumping technique and understanding of the mechanics of the Axel jump. Skaters who are new to their axel or who are working on axel consistency should enroll in this class.
IMPORTANT MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENT INFORMATION
All skaters are considered members of the Sioux Falls Figure Skating Club, which requires a SFFSC Membership. Your membership must be current before we are able to welcome your skater onto the ice. If you do not have the required current membership, visit our membership page to view our various memberships that are available and their details/requirements or to purchase your SFFSC membership: sffsc.com/membership
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