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Coach Scott's Hockey Garage: Strength for Skating Stride
In this one time course learners will work on strengthening muscle groups involved in a proper skating stride, and gain knowledge of the kinesiology of skating.
Hey Outschoolers! Welcome to Coach Scott's Hockey Garage! Have you ever thought about what makes a skater fast? How does your body work when your are skating your fastest? Are there ways you could get stronger that would make you a faster skater? Most coaches don't have time to dig into your skating stride during the season. Plus a lot of us are home right now waiting for our youth sports to return as we observe a pause on our seasons. Strength for Skating Stride is a great way to...
• Students will increase knowledge of the kinesiology of skating. • Students will gain awareness of the muscles they use during skating. • Students will gain awareness of muscle groups they could personally work on for improvement in skating. • Students will grow stronger in key muscle groups related to ice skating. • Students will sweat!
Coach Scott is a level 4 USA Hockey Certified Coach. He has been coaching youth ice hockey teams for over 20 years. Additionally, he has lead a successful Learn 2 Skate program over the same amount of time that has taught over 2000 1st time skaters to ice skate.
Students need a space where they can leap, jump, and use the floor. They should wear appropriate footwear and clothing for physical activity.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
This class requires vigorous physical activity. Students should have proper footwear and athletic clothing. Students should have an open space for leaping, jumping, and floor space for core exercises such as planks or push ups. Students should be healthy enough to engage in vigorous physical activity. Students will be required to monitor their own ability to do the exercises. Students will want to have water available. Water breaks will be provided.
Meet the teacher
Welcome to Coach Scott's Hockey Garage! I've been a youth worker for over 20 years. My experience with youth has taking me around the world from Ukraine, to Scotland, to England to Mexico. For the past 20 years I've been working with young...
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Completed by 3 learners
Live video meetings
3-12 learners per class