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Which Group Should I choose?
My 10 year old is a club B player - has gone to some camps - best
one was Michigan Tech as 9yr old - survived that OK. Will there be any
"group B" 10 year olds that are NOT AAA? He can hang with the A players in
our club but AAA would probably be a stretch.
The players age and level of play are not as important as the players
attention span. We have 2 age groups A= 7-10 and group B age 11 to adult.
So the question breaks down to should the player be in the group with 7 yr
old's or High School age player.
The gray area is the 10 yr old players. We feel the 10 yr old travel
players should have a little better work ethic and self-discipline. Also
the 10 your old players that have been to one of OUR Power Skating Clinics
will be familiar with our progression. So in both of these circumstances we
allow the player the option to register for Group B.
Look at our clinics as individual technique development taught in a group
setting. So their attention span is more important than their level of
play. If you are comparing your player to 10 yr old AAA players that is
should not be the consideration. Group B could contain AAA High School age
players and Group A could contain 7 yr old house players. Just because a
player is playing AAA does not mean he knows how to skate. But it is an
indication of his dedication to the sport and his attention span. All 9 yr
old returning AAA players should be in Group A.
You can take the above group consideration out of the equation if you sign
your player up for a one group Combined group clinic. In this situation the
instructor knows the age distribution going into the clinic and can adjust
his presentation accordingly.
For more information please read the article titled Firm Foundation vs
Challenge at the bottom of our home page and
If you continue to need help, give us a call
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