What Does a Snowplow & Synchronized Skating Have To Do With Each Other?

By Skating Club of Maine | Oct 08, 2010

 

They're both lessons being taught beginning Saturday Oct. 9th. Snowplow Sam is a group lesson that teaches children 4 - 6 how to skate. Basic Skills

lessons target ages 6 & up....adults too! We now have an Intro to Synchronized skating...join the fun.

Visit http://www.scmaine.org/coastal/schedule.html for more info or call 236-9400 ext 500

 

 

 

Synchronized Skating

Synchronized skating is a team sport in which 8 – 20 skaters perform

together. Elements in “synchro” include blocks, circles, wheels, lines,

intersections, moves in the

 

 

field, moves in isolation, no-hold blocks, spins,

jumps and pair moves. We will use the guidelines of the Synchro badge

program through the USFS to introduce skaters to this fun and exciting team

sport. Requires Free Skate 1 or permission of Director.

Intro to Synchro

The Synchro Basic Skills program is the place for Basic Skills level skaters

to get a taste of what it is like to be on a synchronized team! Designed for

Basic Skills Levels 3-8, it introduces skaters to circle, block, line, intersection and wheel

formations. It also familiarizes them with elementary holds, elements and

transitions. This is a great way for Basic Skills skaters to get in another day

of practice while learning to be a team player. Spring session skaters will

have a synchro number in the show. Come join our Junior Synchro Team!!

9:50 – 10:20 Synchronized Skating

10:20 - 10:50 Intro to Synchro

10:50 – 11:20 Snowplow Sam (Ages 4- 6)

10:50 – 11:50 Basic Skills (Ages 6 & up)

Dec. 10th, 2010 – Celebration on Ice & Skate

 

 

 

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