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Visualization puts you in the moment- anytime, anywhere

November 16, 2012 by  
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As a young athlete I always heard my coaches talk  about visualization. Are you visualizing yourself  landing that jump Nicolette? Or have you pictured  what it will feel like to pass that senior freestyle  test? While athletes can be trained to utilize  specific visualization techniques, the reality is that  we visualize all the time. We […]

Why do you think they call it “figure” skating in the first place?

November 16, 2012 by  
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As I return to competitive skating one thought  strikes me again and again- basic skating is hard  to do! Basic forward stroking and turns take way  more effort to do correctly than some elements that  appear to be tougher. Right now I am focusing on  getting my basic turns- rockets, counters, brackets,  etc- to be […]

Insights Into Maddie Takes the Ice

November 16, 2012 by  
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By Nicolette House IceTalent Inc took some time to catch up with “Jumpin’ Joe” Sabovick’s other  half, Jenn Sabovcik, on the outdoor terrace of the Sun Valley Lodge in Sun  Valley, Idaho. She dished on her latest insights into the figure skating novel, Maddie Takes the Ice, the story of a young skater trying to make […]

Q & A with Freelance Makeup Artist Traci Fine

November 16, 2012 by  
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By Nicolette House Traci Fine knows makeup. As a freelance make-up artist and owner of Fine Makeup Art, she has transformed her passion and love of the beauty industry into a booming business. She began her journey in the beauty industry as a model and was featured Elle Magazine, ads for L’Oreal Paris and Takashimya […]

Uh-oh I Pulled a Hammie!

November 16, 2012 by  
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How to Recover from Hamstring Injury By Nicolette House If athletes pull a hamstring muscle they know it. Pain in the body is a good indicator that something has gone awry. If the pain isn’t unbearable, however, many athletes may opt to play through the injury or ignore it until it becomes a chronic condition. […]

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