has a vision on training

Skating is a physical sport . It appeals to all physical parts of movement.

Schedule 6 Physical aspects of exercise

When learning to skate, especially the aspects: stability, agility and power will be trained.

Stability : The degree to which you can control the position of your body or body parts.
Can you use your body weight in a controlled manner in your sports practice, are you not easily out of balance?

Agility : Be able to move efficiently, adapted to the situation. Being able to adjust the position of your body or body parts to the situation
Can you efficiently steer the position of all body parts and put it in the position that the situation requires of you in time.

Power (This is the product of force and speed) : Being able to move the body with speed.
How much power can you deliver. If you can give little power, you have more trouble moving and accelerating your body.

This means that students score differently on this and this will influence their learning outcomes. As an instructor/trainer you have to take this into account and you include these aspects in the process of getting better. Physical training also just takes time and this cannot be improved within 1 to 2 weeks.

If students can really start driving laps, endurance can also play a role/be trained.

Endurance : Being able to sustain an activity.
Can you sustain an assignment for a long time? How tired do you get. This makes whether you can practice a little longer and a little longer and/or more practice makes you learn it faster.

In general, the degree of flexibility in our courses is neither a limitation nor something to be improved upon.

Flexibility : The freedom of movement of one or more joints
Can you move at the angles that suit your sports practice?

 

Knowledge of physiology and load capacity