Prepare and Train

U.S. Figure Skating helps athletes train to the best of their abilities with athletic assessments, camps and health and wellness programs.

A figure skating athlete does the hex jump at a STARS combine

Athletic Assessments

Off-ice training is one of the best way to improve on-ice performance as well as prevent injuries. U.S. Figure Skating offers two athletic assessments that athletes can use to help their growth on the ice.

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Ashley Cain and Timothy LeDuc warm-up before a competition.

Off-Ice Training

In addition to camps and athletic assessments, U.S. Figure Skating offers at-home, off-ice training resources for athletes of all skill levels.

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Athletes wait for instruction at a figure skating training camp.

Training Camps

U.S. Figure Skating provides training camp opportunities for all athletes and coaches. These training camps, which happen on annual basis, are both open and invitation-only, depending on the camp. Camps are available for singles, pairs, ice dance and synchronized skaters.

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