Get Lower – En fin kväll vid Sjöhistoriska

Nu har jag lärt mig ett nytt uttryck som är ganska likt mitt gamla vanliga, nämligen “Get Lower”. Även Céline Weiss tycker att vi skall skejta lägre, så då är det väl bara att kämpa på, och böja mera på knäna.

Ytterskär
Celine visar en övning som hjälper till med att få in känslan av att verkligen åka på ytterskär.

Kvällens teknikträning sköttes med den äran av Céline Weiss, och programmet var så ambitiöst att vi bara hann med delar av det. Nästa tisdag är det tänkt att vi skall fortsätta och genomföra resten av övningarna. Vi kände igen en hel del av tankarna från tidigare övningar, men det kom även en hel del nya praktiska saker att öva på. Kvällens roligaste övning var nog stafettåkning på liten bana.
Kommande inlinesstjärnor övar växling
Kommande inlinesstjärnor övar växlingar.
Än slank han dit… Björn måste nog se över sin inlinesgarderob:

Celine testar om Calle är stabil Celine kollar om Calle är stabil

Lena får feedback Lena får personlig feedback:

En kul övning var att öva lateral push, två och två. Jobbigt men stärkande för musklerna.
Inlines är kul !
Inlines är Kul !

Filmer från kvällen finns här:
Celine demonstrates skating on inside and outside edge
Lateral push practice using your body weight
Relay Pratice, Part 1
Relay Pratice, Part 2
Björn is starting to bend his knees
Micke is skating under under close supervision

Fler bilder finns här : http://www.pbase.com/rosengrenerik/2007_05_08&page=all

Thats all folk.
See U next week.

PS: Här är Célines planering:

As for the programm, i propose the following (am not sure though how much time this will take, will maybe be shortened or extended according to the people at the training and their capacities and needs):general theme: balance, push and smooth gliding

some warming up exercices to get back to technique and balance:
– push hips from one to the other side, standing and riding (purpose: to really put the weight on only one side and to memorize that movement for normal riding later on)
– gliding with emphasizing internal and external side of the wheels
– gliding very long time on one feet, moving the other one front/back, left/right
– some laps veryvery deep position, leaving feet on the floor (is on the one hand a good warming up, and also helps to get some more muscles, and furthermore you get used to skate very low and it forces you to push rather sidewards than backwards)
– continue some laps veryvery deep position, but normal skating now (purpose: implement what has been practised in the exercise before: deep position and parallel push)

pushing sidewards
– “dry exercising”, while standing still, slowly doing the correct movement by really watching out to push parallel and not backwards
– pushing your body sidewards towards a wall, feeling how it has to feel when you push really parallel
– pushing sidewards holding each other
– same, but this time while slowly gliding
– trying to implement and practise this by doing some rounds skating normally, focussing on pushing sidewards, posing your foot very very late on the ground
– little sprinting exercise: accelerating with your arms on your back, forcing you to push entirely parallely

improving how you put your foot on the ground when skating
– doing skating movement while standing still, very slowly, and over-emphasizing to kick forward when putting down your skate
– trying it out slowly while skating, over-emphasizing kicking forward and always shortly interrupting the movement when doing so
– continue doing it when skating, but go more towards a smooth, round movement
– try to implement it into normal skating, still kicking forward heavily

finish up with a relay – just for fun – using only a small lap.
BUT: doing it very slowly, focusing on nice technique and nice changes.

additional exercices in case there is still a lot of time left (before the relay though, as relay is such a funny thing to stop with!)
– skate on one foot and doing little jumps (for balance)
– jump from one foot to the other while skating (for balance and sidewards push)
– …

so, that’s it! i might though adapt the programm to the people there, as this program is a bit neglecting skaters who are not very experienced yet. i might change some of the exercices for people not yet having skated that much.

if you want to put something on the website, you may put the entire text (if people manage to understand my late-night-writings … 🙂
or just state the titles, which would be:

general theme: balance, push and smooth gliding

– some warming up exercices to get back to technique and balance
– pushing sidewards
– improving how you put your foot on the ground when skating
– relay – just for fun

hope that helps, and HOPE IT IS NICE WEATHER TOMORROW;