Off-ice training is an important discipline of figure skating and consists of physical training and special physical training. General physical training is aimed at developing the skater’s physical characteristics: strength, speed, endurance, and flexibility. Special physical training is the process of developing physical qualities that develop the motor abilities necessary for a specific sports discipline (figure skating)
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