Due to the pandemic, I do not recommend that my skaters register for any competitions at this time:
I do recommend that ALL skaters continue to prepare for tests and perform strength and conditioning training off-ice so that they stay in proper shape and prevent injuries!
Preparing for competitions is a fun and exciting way to master your skills and skaters can compete at any level. It's a great way to add purpose to your skating and put what you've learned into a meaningful context.
Competitions are designed to promote a positive competition experience, while generating enthusiasm. Compete USA competitions are open to all beginner skaters who are current members of Learn to Skate USA program and/or are full members of U.S. Figure Skating. There should be no more than six competitors maximum in a group and all six should receive an award.
Aimée is always happy to work with the skaters that she coaches to put together a skating program (routine) and prepare the skater for competition!
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