Your Club FSC
The workshop programs are designed to assist
in developing new skills and mastering existing skills
Our Summer Workshop
Program is open to Basic Skills and USFS skaters
of all ages and abilities — from pre-schoolers to adults, beginners to
Classes begin with the fundamentals and progress to more advanced and specialized figure skating skills: figures, Moves In The Field (MITF), free skating, dance, spotlight/showcase, Synchronized Team Skating, and team free skating events.
On-line seminars will
be hosted for skaters and parents covering the following topics:
The Your Club FSC is proud to partner with the U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills Bridge Program. The curriculum is well designed, and the objectives match the goals our club endorses:
Snowplow Sam 1 – 3
Introduces preliminary skills to pre-school skaters. Learn dips, swizzles, wiggles, and stops.
Basic Skills 1 – 8
planned levels allow the beginning skater to feel comfortable on the
ice while gaining the basic skating techniques needed to advance into
any of the specialized areas of the Basic Skills Program.
Free Skate 1 – 6
Upon completion of
Basic 1 – 8, skaters learn jumps, spins, footwork, and other exciting
athletic and artistic moves.
Artistry in Motion 1 – 4
Promotes overall ability to coordination technical skating skills while mastering the basics concepts of incorporating presentation skills in a total performance package necessary to succeed in spotlight and showcase events.
Synchronized Skating 1 – 4
fitness, improves balance and coordination while mastering the basics
of skating on a synchro team.
Dancing 1 – 6
Promotes overall control of edges and turns while skating to a variety of fixed dance tempos. Skater will become familiar with performing Pre through Pre-Silver set pattern dances.
Pairs 1 – 4
Promotes overall control of edges and turns while performing elements featured in tests and adult competition events.
Adult 1 – 4
Provides skaters with an introduction to the edges and turns pair elements in tests and competition events.
Figures 1 – 4
Provides skaters with an introduction to the basic 8 and serpentine figure with turns incorporated in the MITF tests.
Promotes overall body strength, stamina, and flexibility, including warm-up and cool down exercises.
Provides skaters with a familiarity of basic ballet positions that are commonly used in conjunction with spins, jumps, and various connecting turns and movements.
Provides skaters with an opportunity to compete against other skaters in competitive events based on the USFS test requirements.
Balanced Program Track
Provides skaters with an opportunity to compete against other skaters in competitive events based on the USFS well balanced program requirements.
Selecting a Class
are an extension of the group classes offered by the Your Club Ice
Arena and sanctioned by the Ice
Skating Institute and the USFS. Many skaters may already be taking
from staff coaches.
Our Summer Skating
taught by Professional Skating Association ranked coaches who also
teach the ISI group classes and work with private students who enter
regional, sectional, and national qualifying USFS competitions.
Your club's advanced skaters, who are proficient in the elements being
taught in the
class, will serve as demonstrators. Judges will be invited to
provide their input.
On-Line self paced
educational modules allow parents to print
materials and provide a forum to establish a dialog with coaches,
judges, and other skating parents that is frequently difficult to
establish without an opportunity to ask questions before or after the
The weekly classes meet once a week for eight weeks. The schedule, topics and fees are being developed and will be posted shortly.
Registration is for
an 8-week period. A skater may makeup a class by attending a
matching class if arranged in advance and space is available. Limit to
one per series of workshops.
Walk ons are allowed,
limited to space available.
Registration is open
to all home club members. USFS and Basic Skills members of other
clubs may enroll if space is available.
A $12 USFS Basic
Skill membership is required for all ISI skaters who wish to
participate. Membership runs July 1 to June 30 and includes
New members can join
anytime throughout the year. The traditional membership year is Oct. 1
through Sept. 30, coinciding with the competitive season. You can
expect to receive your member benefit mailing in September (trading
pins, media guide and FOFS gear).
fee for ice and lessons
is $100 for 8 classes. Discounts will be offered for skaters
taking multiple workshops. These discounts will be available to
home club members and Basic Skill
members as well as ISI members who enrolled at the (insert name(s) of
participating rinks) and join the
Basic Skills program.
Club Vouchers can be
earned by club skaters and parents. Volunteers staffing an Open
Competition can earn service vouchers provided in appreciation for
efforts in making
the competition a success.
Classes are planned
for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings during
the summer vacation. A schedule will be posted by (insert date).
Communicating with Club Members
Skating Training Programs
Developing Workshop Topics
The following internet links have been gleaned from personal communications
combined with information from public institutions and athletic organizations/
associations that have a web presence with information concerning team and
individual sports programs:
All materials are copy protected.
The limited use of the materials for education purposes is allowed providing
credit is given for the source of the materials.