The International Figure Skating Academy (IFSA) of Alexander Ryabinin is an Academy specialist in Figure Skating and Figure Skating Camps. Our Coaches are from Russia and Europe. They are holders of Masters in Sports of International Class and also World & European Figure Skating Champions.
The training provided by the International Figure Skating Academy of Alexander Ryabinin are as follows:
IFSA PROVIDES TRAINING SESSIONS IN:
1. Ice Training
2. General Physical Training
3. Special Physical Training
1. GLIDING & EDGES
2. STEPS & TURNS
GLIDING & EDGES: IFSA’s Glide & Edge Specialist teaches a proper method of using your blades. Each element of figure skating has its edges, you need to learn how to use the right edge and be able to change the edges if necessary. The ability to glide well will contribute to faster learning.
STEPS & TURNS: IFSA’s Step & Turn Specialists conduct training to teach athletes new steps and turns (rotations). The more steps and turns learned by the skater, the skater can perform a more varied and beautiful program on-ice competition.
SPINS: Spins are the most beautiful and spectacular elements of figure skating. IFSA’s Specialist teaches the correct technique to ensure skaters can perform complex and combined spins.
JUMPS: The most difficult element of figure skating is the jumps. The skater needs to learn the correct technique and the IFSA’s Jump Specialist pays special attention to teaching the correct jumping techniques.
Jumps are considered the most expensive element of figure skating as these elements give the highest scores for the skater in a competition.
GENERAL PHYSICAL TRAINING: IFSA’s General Physical Specialist makes sure skaters are fit as skaters must expose the body to adjust the stress to facilitate recovery and develop enough strength to skate.
SPECIAL PHYSICAL TRAINING: IFSA’s Special Physical Specialist trains skaters on learning high-level movements. The correct technique of jumps and spins. This will enable the skater to perform all their mastered skills on the ice.
BALLET: There is a need for extension of body lines hence IFSA’s Ballet Instructor teaches a skater to develop strength and appear confident by maintaining proper body alignment and teaches the transitions from one movement to the next. Skaters learn to count the beats of the music, and they also learn to focus on style, emotion, and expression. Ballet technique will carry over into their skating which establishes a dynamic and artistic quality into their on-ice presentation.
Stretching is an essential part of successful figure skating. A good stretching routine can help to minimize muscle imbalances, prevent injury, and improve skating endurance and performance. IFSA’s Stretching Instructor is a qualified instructor and twice World Champion of the Synchronised Team Paradise, Russia.
IFSA Provides Special Training Using:
1. VESTIBULAR SIMULATOR
Vestibular simulators accelerate the process of learning the jumps & spins.
The use of a pole harness helps to increase confidence in a skater who is fearful of attempting new and difficult jumps.
IFSA Coaches are focused, goal-oriented, knowledgeable, observant, patient, good communicators, and responsible for clearly teaching, adjusting, correcting, and explaining by showing the skaters the technique of performing the elements individually and inspiring competitive and recreational skaters, sharing the joy of figure skating and creating a lifelong love of the sport.
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