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Training overview

Winter (October - March)

Day Traininsgvorm Time Location
Monday Iceskating training 18:30 - 19:40 IJsbaan Twente
Tuesday Core- and Strength training 18:00 - 19:00 Watersport Complex
19:00 - 20:00
Thursday Iceskating training 17:00 - 18:10 IJsbaan Twente

Summer (April - September)

Day Traininsvorm Time Location
Monday Cycling training 19:00 - 21:00 Stairs Sport Centre
Wednesday Skating condition training 18:00 - 19:15 Lacrosse Multiveld
Thursday Inline Skating training 19:00 - 20:30 Combibaan Hengelo

Training in Winter

In winter, as a member of Skeuvel you have the opportunity to skate at least once a week on IJsbaan Twente. However, if the training is not full, you have the option to register for a second training. We train on Mondays from 6:30 PM to 7:40 PM and on Thursdays from 5:00 PM to 6:10 PM.

There are training groups for each and every level of expertise, so everyone can train on their own skill level. 

Besides the ice traings there is an Core- and Strenght training on Tuesday. There are two times on which you can participate, namely from 5 PM until 6 PM or from 6 PM until 7 PM. These trainings are held at the Water Sport Complex.

Training in Summer

In summer, the foundation for winter is laid with four training forms. On Monday there is a skate training for all levels on the UTrack at the University. Tuesday is the core and strength training, which is given during one time slot in the summer. The skating condition training will be given on Wednesday and the legs will be put to work on bicycles on Thursday.

Competition Group

For members who like to participate in competitions and also want to train fanatically, there is the competition group. The competition group trains at different times than the general members and always trains under the guidance of a certified trainer. In winter they have the option to skate three times a week if desired. In addition, they are always ensured that they can skate twice a week. In the winter their focus is directed towards large tournaments (mainly the Dutch Student Championships).