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SIFC Rules – Skaters

  1. Always show respect for your coach: Coaches are here to help you achieve your goals, they are professional and most of them have been in your shoes. They are aware of what needs to be done to achieve your goals and are only able to help you if you listen and pay attention to them and do what they ask. Asking questions of your coach is ALWAYS good as it helps you understand why you are doing what you do and helps your coach gauge your level of understanding.
  2. Remember it’s about you! Your coaches can teach you and help you, your parents can pay for lessons and ice time, but the only person who can do it is YOU.
  3. There’s no such thing as ‘Can’t’: Remember you have coaches to TEACH you to do new things. There is no such thing ‘can’t’, just ‘I can’t do it yet’!!! You need to keep a positive attitude and ask if you need help. As hard as it is try not to let your frustrations take over. Remember, enjoyment is the key.
  4. DON’T BE LATE: Give yourself enough time, warm up properly, if you don’t, you could cause yourself INJURY and allow time for registration and any questions you may have.
  5. Dress like a champion: Follow the clubs dress code, with hair tied back. No jewellery (stud earrings are acceptable), red club jacket and black leggings. Please do not bring mobile phones on to the ice.
  6. Challenge yourself: A true champion is measured on how much they improve NOT how many people they beat. Aim to improve your skills for you and NOT to beat other people.
  7. Drink Plenty: Bring water to your training and drink plenty. Bottles can be taken on to the ice and left on the stage area. Fizzy Drinks are NOT permitted and NO food or sweets to be taken on the ice.
  8. Eat sensibly: Remember skating is a sport and your body is under taking a lot of exercise and strain. Watch what you eat, a guide to help you can be found on our website www.sifc.co.uk
  9. NEVER talk about others or make any member feel unwelcome: Skating is a solo sport therefore the only person you should be concerned with is yourself. Worry only about your achievements and progress, remember everyone achieves things at different rates and that does not mean that they are better or worse than you.

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