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What is your Off-Ice-Trainning Routine?

Discussion in 'Moves In The Field' started by FSWer, Oct 25, 2012.

  1. FSWer

    FSWer Well-Known Member

    Say,I don't believe we've talked about this for a while. So I thought I would just ask everyone here who does so...what their Off-Ice-Trainning Routine is. I'll be glad to share mine with you all. LOL,though you might have an idea from my Reports....Here's go's...

    I get up out of Bed in the morning,and before I get dressed go out into my Living Room,lay down on the floor on my back,and begin my Program....

    The first thing I do is Leg-Lifts,laying on my back. I then record how many I did in a book,and if I've increesed in how many,decreased,or if it was the same. My Leg-Lifts are then followed by my Stomach-Leg-Lifts, (laying on my Stomach and lifting my Legs),along with Spiral-Leg-Lifts,Kick-Ups, Push-Ups,Back-Ups (upside-Down Push-Ups), Sit-Ups,and last....Sit-Toe-Touches (streching down to touch my toes). Writing each one down as I go...So,that's me...what is everyone elses Off-Ice-Trainning like?
  2. Clarice

    Clarice Well-Known Member

    I do different things on different days. Sometimes I go to a class where we do different exercises using weights. Sometimes I go to a class where we work out on exercise bicycles. Sometimes I go running, usually for 3 miles. And once a week I go to a ballroom dance class, because I do ice dance.
  3. leafygreens

    leafygreens Well-Known Member

    I normally don't do off-ice (other than a few mins of jump rope) unless it's on non-skating days. There's just not enough time in my day. The activity varies, I think it's important to just keep moving.
  4. TheGirlCanSkate

    TheGirlCanSkate Well-Known Member

    Starts with gentle jump roping to get the blood moving, then lots of stretches (many rx by physical therapist). Once everything is loose and warm she does jumps - plyometric jumps onto a bench, practices off ice jumps, then fast jump rope. It is about 20-30 minutes before she gets on the ice. She does yoga once a week as well. She is in training right now so in addition, she does cardio, light weights, running and more jumps with a coach once a week. She also runs a mile 3 days a week and two miles twice a week. And dance class once a week.