Ice Practice: Tuesday 7pm to 8:15pm & Sunday 6:55pm to 8:40pm
Dryland (off-ice) training:
Wednesday 7pm to 8pm & Thursday 6pm to 7pm (group 1 & 2)
Sunday 6pm to 7pm (group 1, 2, & 3)
We offer Short track program for beginners (group 3), intermediate (group 2), and advanced (group 1) skaters. At each level the skaters are working with coaches to setup and achieve specific training goals. Advancement between groups is based on coach's recommendation and upon demostration of the skills required to move up to the next level.
LEARN TO SPEEDSKATE
Ice Practice: Tuesday 4:50pm to 5:40pm
Our Learn To Speedskate program is offered through Northbrook park district. The program is designed for skaters with prior skating experience (e.g. figure skating or hockey) and who would like to learn the art of speedskating. The program is lead by our club coaches and is designed to build up foundation, form and technique of speedskating. The program serves as an introduction to speedskating and our club members continue to build upon and develop skills during practice. Transition from the Learn To Speedskate program to the club is based on coach's assessement and recommendation.
Northbrook Speed Skating Club
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Ice Practice: check with the Club for details
The Long track training program is available to club members for an additional fee. Training is done at the Pettit National Ice Center in Milwaukee.
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