Space Cadet Mary

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  1. achy
  2. goop
  3. That seems to be the trend nowadays though. Travel to your choreographer, work with them for a couple of weeks then go back to your training base to work. I think it's a good thing to start at least thinking about your programs at this time. The longer you work on it, the better to fix issues before the new season begins. On their ISU bio page, it does say that the French team is training with John and Silvia is their choreographer. That makes sense since John has the pairs experience. I'm not sure Silvia does. If my memory serves me right, she was a singles skater.
  4. painful
  5. hoop
  6. Wow, that seems like too many people to work with. Too many ideas can lead to disagreements. Negativity aside, I do hope they have some great programs this season. It seems like Christopher Dean has just recently started to choreograph seriously. I've heard of him choreographing before but I think he's developed a following now. Who wouldn't use him? He's amazing
  7. look
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  9. moon
  10. I agree with him when he said, until there are more and more injuries as a result of trying quads, the ISU isn't going to do anything. But, to me, the affects of trying multiple quads, while it could lead to injury if not done properly, are more internal. Only the skaters can see and feel how these multiple quads are affecting their body.
  11. I love seeing the skaters around my age that I fell in love with that are still contributing to skating. I was wondering who the Shibs were working with there as well. I've been wracking my brain and I can't think of anyone who's based there. So, I stumbled upon an article this morning and Patrick Chan suggests that the ISU should limit the amount of quads done in a program to prevent injury. I'd be lying if I said I didn't agree with him; to a point. Unfortunately, the article makes it sound like he's somewhat jealous that his time has passed and he's no longer the skater people think about. Anyway, here's a link to the article if you're interested in reading it.