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Q&A with PrivateProList creator Michael

January 18, 2013 by  
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Michael Sklutovsky, creator of PrivateProList.com, is getting the skating community up to speed where marketing in 2013 is concerned. Skating professionals now have the opportunity to advertise and market themselves in a new way. PrivateProList, officially launched in March of 2012, is a website dedicated to matching professionals giving private lessons in a variety of […]

Jason Brown Adds Triple Axel to his arsenal- Brown opens up about his goals and changes ahead

December 18, 2012 by  
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By Nicolette House Just days before defending Junior Grand Prix Final Champion Jason Brown left for his second trip to the Junior Grand Prix Final in Sochi, Russia he accomplished a long time goal. Triple axel? “It’s landed”, said an excited Brown, “it just happened Wednesday.” Integrating a landed and clean triple axel into his […]

Santa Claus is Coming to…….the Galleria Mall

December 18, 2012 by  
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By Nicolette House There are few things more touching than little children eagerly awaiting the arrival of Santa Claus on Christmas Eve. For children at the Galleria Mall in Dallas, Texas, Santa arrives earlier than scheduled- every Saturday afternoon in fact. Professional skater and comedian, Dan Hollander, has been playing Santa at the mall’s indoor […]

How Much Should Your Child Train During the Holidays?

December 18, 2012 by  
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By Jo Ann Schneider Farris When the holidays come around, parents of athletes are faced with making the decision on whether or not their children should continue to train. Should practice and lesson schedules remain the same? Some sports may require two to three days a week of concentrated practice, but almost all serious competitive […]

Develop lean muscles in just 8 to 10 minutes a day: Why Pilates is so effective for athletes

December 18, 2012 by  
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By Nicolette House Pilates instructor Stephanie Viggiano knows the benefits of a good off-ice conditioning routine. A skater herself, Viggiano moved through the ranks, competing in singles, pairs and ice dancing. She eventually went on the compete internationally with the Starlets synchronized skating team in France and Italy. As a college intern studying exercise physiology […]

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