Original Training Methods
Original Training Methods
Seminars
Seminars
Development Projects
Development Projects
Events
Events
ORIGINAL TRAINING METHODS

Alexander Vedenin worked out original training methods based on his 30 years of personal experience as a World and Olympic coach and development manager. He worked for a long time with the worlds best coaches such as Tatiana Tarasova, Viktor Kudriavtsev, Valentin Nikolayev, Alexei Mishin, Rafail Arutjunjan and Shanetta Folle, and this contributed a lot to developing the ideas and methods described below.

A. How To Teach Young Skaters
(Upgrade to Learn To Skate programs)

Training methods and a system of exercises enabling young skaters to learn the basics of figure skating technique.
These methods help acquire the technical skills that will provide a basis for adapting in a quicker way to the new requirements of modern figure skating.
The general idea of these methods is the Concept of Technique, where the technique of difficult elements is built on the same principles as the technique of basic skating skills.

B. Concept of Technique in Figure Skating.

Principles of Correct Technique in skating.
A system of exercises to teach the Elements of Single Figure Skating (Jumps, Spins, and Steps).
From Single Jumps to Triple and Quadruple Jumps.
From basic positions in Spins to difficult variations.

C. Skating Skills.

A comprehensive package of exercises for skaters to learn and improve their skating skills (Flows, Edges, Turns, and Steps) at different levels (from Preliminary to World competitors).

August, 2015, camp in Belgium

 2015

April, May 2015

April, May 2015

April, May 2015

with Victoria Helgesson

with Victoria Helgesson and Christina Helgesson

with Kristoffer Berntsson

Austrian champion Miriam Ziegler

Austrian champion Miriam Ziegler and Eva Martinek

camp at TWIN RINKS in Chicago

Austrian champion Manuel Koll and Ushi Koll

camp with team of Australia in 2009

Work with the Swedish National Team

ISU Development Project 2011 (May, Findland)

Coaches Alexander Vedenin and Shanetta Folle with a group of Swedish skaters, including Victoria Helgesson (World Rating - Nr. 5) and Joshi Helgesson (World Rating - Nr. 17)