I have a question to those who attended my freestyle workshop - is this something I should do again?
I enjoyed teaching and I know people picked up some new skills.
[Jas - your gliding definitely was better! And congrats to those who passed levels. Special thanks to Hannah who stuck with me the full time!]
If there is another workshop, is there anybody who would like to only do the workshop, and skip playing hockey?
yes i would like to attend a freestyle workshop, my only difficulty is getting that far up north for a freestyle workshop, and i wouldn’t like to miss a hockey tournament as my team needs me. but i would be prepared to travel a fair distance to attend a freestyle workshop, if there was some sort of midlands meet that could be very doable.
i think my sister was really inspired by the workshops and is now really keen to go to unicon aswell as sam b
I don’t remember saying you couldn’t get injured - we’d have not been happy if you had and may have had to break your legs as punishment - remember though, it was your free choice not to try the dangerous freestyle
yeh i heard freestyle is soon to be classed as an extreme sport, blimey ladies u play hockey, freestyle should be seen as conditioning of the shins and used as a balance increaser for your hockey skills, i swear theres so much cross over and it means i fall less
you might be on to something there, perhaps someone should suggest that Connie advertises it as an advanced hockey conditioning class … Now if it could be combined with a course to keep SWUM quiet on the pitch:p - crikey I had ear ache after we’d finished playing you guys