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Old August 17th, 2018, 07:28 AM   #18
Oicusk82huh
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Couldn't agree more with the order of learning KCIRE10 Everyone learns at different paces. Repetition is so important.
Here's what I'm hearing. I'd have to determine which level people are skating at and work from there. I have a few methods of doing this from taking ice skating lessons, but I won't elaborate, it could get boring. Some of the basics...

How to stop
how to skate backwards
skating clockwise and counter clockwise
how to transition from front to back and vice versa
how to control speed
cross overs, both sides and backwards
toe skating, heel skating and heel toe skating
Spins
Routines (I have specific routines for inline kids and specific routines for quads)
trains
Basic equipment teaching

How do you guys feel about warm up routines, cones and edge work?
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