Tag Archives: derby

  1. A few key seconds to improve your derby

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    June 21, 2015 by alinedecat

    Being fast is a good quality for a Roller Derby player, in all fields. But don’t confuse that with skipping …
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  2. Using all dimensions of skating

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    January 10, 2015 by alinedecat

    Ever wondered why your right hockey stop was better than the left one? Why your mohawks weren’t fully effective? Why …
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  3. The long way to the Minimum Skills (and some shortcuts)

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    October 16, 2014 by alinedecat

    A new schoolyear has begun, a new season, and for most leagues, that also means a freshmeat day, with hopefully …
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  4. Transitions – 4 common issues to the mohawk and how to fix it

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    January 20, 2014 by alinedecat

    For the apprentice skater, there are some skills that are often considered as passing a level when mastered. The standard …
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  5. Additional and advanced skills: The 3-step

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    December 31, 2013 by alinedecat

    The 3-step, or walz-step, is a figure from figure skating, and also a key-element in agility. We call it a …
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I'm Aline Decat #61, skater for Gotham Girls Roller Derby and Team Belgium Roller Derby. I am also coach for Track Advantage - coaching company and I founded the Blackland Rockin'K-Rollers and Europe's first junior league, the Blackland Teenage Terrors.

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