Rotation Training DVD Lesson

The Rotation Training / Spinner DVD lesson can be used with all types of off-ice spinners. The lesson includes a variety of rotation exercises for: jumps, spins, footwork, turns and edges. Demonstrated by world class figure skaters. Sport specific exercises train the vestibular system. The vestibular system, is part of the sensory system that provides […]

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Rotation Training DVD Lesson

The Rotation Training / Spinner DVD lesson can be used with all types of off-ice spinners. The lesson includes a variety of rotation exercises for: jumps, spins, footwork, turns and edges. Demonstrated by world class figure skaters. Sport specific exercises train the vestibular system. The vestibular system, is part of the sensory system that provides […]
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Rotation Training DVD Lesson

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The Rotation Training / Spinner DVD lesson can be used with all types of off-ice spinners. The lesson includes a variety of rotation exercises for: jumps, spins, footwork, turns and edges. Demonstrated by world class figure skaters. Sport specific exercises train the vestibular system. The vestibular system, is part of the sensory system that provides the leading contribution to movement, sense...

The Rotation Training / Spinner DVD lesson can be used with all types of off-ice spinners.
The lesson includes a variety of rotation exercises for:
jumps, spins, footwork, turns and edges.
Demonstrated by world class figure skaters.

Sport specific exercises train the vestibular system.
The vestibular system, is part of the sensory system that provides the leading contribution to movement, sense of balance and spatial orientation. The vestibular nuclei on either sides of the brain stem exchange signals regarding movement and body position. These signals are sent down the following projection pathways:

To the Cerebellum. Signals sent to the cerebellum are relayed back as muscle movements of the head, eyes, and posture.

To Nuclei of Nerves III, IV, and VI. Signals sent to these nerves cause the vestibule-ocular reflex. They allow for the eyes to fix on a moving object while staying in focus.

To the Reticular Formation. Signals sent to the reticular formation signal the new posture the body has taken on and how to adjust circulation and breathing due to body position.

To the Spinal Cord. Signals sent to the spinal cord allow quick reflex reactions to both the limbs and trunk to regain balance.

To the Thalamus. Signals sent to the thalamus allow for head and body motor control as well as being conscious of body position. Experience from the vestibular system is called equilibrioception. It is mainly used for the sense of balance and for spatial orientation.

Read more about the dynamics of rotation here  http://rosiewear.com//learn/