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The ICE SPORTS CENTRE is a NEW facility for Ice Sports athletes to develop and become the best they can.
We will provide the individuals with a workout, as well as the knowledge and skills for them to gain a competitive edge. We offer all-year-round training programmes, with our professional coaching staff.
Through proven integrated training techniques that will increase an athlete's overall efficiency, improve specific skills and provide a positive mentoring environment, this helps athletes learn what it takes to be successful.
Promoting and providing high quality organised Ice sports experiences. The Ice Sports Centre would like to encourage Ice hockey and Figure skating, through skilled development, quality leadership, understanding teamwork and good sportsmanship in an atmosphere that is positive and fun for all.
Company Founder - XO Training brings you the Ice Sports Centre
Founded : 2017
Mission : The Mission of Ice Sports CentreTo protect and develop Ice sports within the UK. Where individuals of all ages and abilities can participate in their chosen Ice sports activities, blending recreational and competitive experiences.
'Here’s a summary on what I thought of the synthetic ice itself -
- Harder to skate on thin ice... will increase leg strength.
- Less room for poor skating technique, can’t rely solely on momentum to keep moving so have to keep legs powering the movement.
- Some skating skills will not be transferable on synthetic.
- The potential for picking up bad habits such as not having to make effort to stop/brake as you come to a natural stop much quicker.
- Ideal surface for beginners as it’s slower and more “sticky”.
- Smoother surface ideal for puck handling skills.
- Useful for practising small area tactics such as offensive/defensive systems around the net.'