Programming differs depending on location, but all should be designed to introduce beginning skaters to a training program and welcome new figure skaters to the sport.
The three main components that are included in Aspire programming are:
1. Off-ice training
2. On-ice classes
3. Specialized skater and parent resources
Check with your local rink, Learn to Skate USA program or figure skating club to find the Aspire Program in your area.
Resources for Skaters
The Aspire program marks the transition from skater to figure skater and teaches athletes of all ages the skills they need to make the most out of their figure skating journey. From tips for practicing on your own to a repeatable off-ice warm-up, resources from the Aspire program will help you become the best skater you can be.
Not a member of an Aspire program?
No problem! Below are a selection of resources available for aspiring figure skaters ready to take the next step in their skating journey.
Resources for Parents
As the parent or guardian of an aspiring figure skater, you play a major role in shaping a skater’s career. Below are some resources to help you support your skater in their skating journey.
Start an Aspire Program
Ice rinks, figure skating clubs and Learn to Skate USA programs may choose to start their own Aspire program. We’ll get you outfitted with the tools and resources you need to offer an Aspire program to your skaters.
Click HERE to register your Aspire Program!
Interested in starting an Aspire Program? Reach out to our member services team with any questions:
Rinks, clubs and programs running the Aspire Program have access to a suite of on- and off-ice materials and parent education resources. All resources are available on Members Only.