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Monday, November 21, 2016

It's Almost Ice Skating Season!



While I have definitely talked about aerial dance before on this blog, I have not mentioned the other activity that has defined my university experience very much. I started learning how to skate during my second semester of freshman year, and have skated at least twice a week every semester thereafter. When I started skating, I couldn't skate backwards to save my life. Now I am able to land single rotation jumps, I can spin (sometimes), and my "party trick" is doing an extension whilst traveling backwards.






University is probably one of the best times to start a new activity. Loads of people are trying new things, so it's not embarrassing to be a beginner. At Boston University, ice skating is offered as a physical education class (but also open to the public). Another good reason to start a new activity is upon moving to a new city. Most hobbies are also good ways to meet new people and explore the local community. I'm looking forward to doing aerial and hopefully skating wherever I end up moving to after I'm done with university. Actually, there are lots of great ice rinks in Geneva as well... so I'm definitely bringing my skates to Switzerland when I go back next semester.



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1 comment:

  1. Ahh! I've been wanting to go skating for weeks now, but my work schedule keeps getting in the way of the free ice time D: I started figure skating as a kid, and stopped taking lessons when I went university, but I definitely tried to take advantage of ice times while at school for exercise and to keep my edge work in check ;) I'm glad to see you so excited to get back on the ice!

    Erin | Explore, Refresh

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