We had a training session in Brno and we asked our coach, whether the club could organize an off-ice tarining for us - adults - too. The next week she said, the club is willing to do it for us if enough people are interested And then somebody asked what we were going to do in our off-ice training. Once the coach mentioned balet (besides other things), one young lady asked whether we are going to be coached off-ice by the balet master, who is so strict to her children that her children refuse to go to off-ice training sessions . Then the caoch said, that the balet master is not that strict at all as people keep saying and if he is strict sometimes, people are greatful for it, because it has already brought many pay-offs in terms of results And I asked the coach, whether the balet master is Jindrich Vincour, David's father and she said yes and asked me whether I know him. I replied, of course, that I don't know the balet muster but his son and the coach asked me whether I'm studying with David at the faculty of sports studies (unfortunately, I'm not ;D) ... and then the coach said, we will have somebody else for off-ice ... what a pity I could have got to know David's father in person
What a beautiful story ;D ;D ;D he's really strict as a coach time to time (mostly on girls) but finaly it's very useful that's true ..... so what kind of off-ice u had ?? Balet ??
we didn't have any yet ;D ... we are going to start off-ice in January - because our skating class we paied for in September is now almost over and the new course starts in January ...
anyway, the coach said the off-ice training session will be a mixture of everything We definitely have to work on our ability to keep balance ;D (especially when doing libela ) and we have to improve our flexibility (to be able to try doing Biellman positions ;D). There will be a little bit of balet as well but the coach said we are a little bit too old already to start doing a true balet ;D ;D ;D ... so I think, we will do a sort of balet imitation