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Adam Rippon

Adam Rippon is the 2016 U.S. National mens figure skating champion and the 2010 Four Continents champion. At 27, he is one of the more mature and experienced skaters on the elite stage and he isn’t shy about the advantages and disadvantages this holds for him as a competitor. He shows up to practice everyday with a commitment to continue his learning and development as an athlete and artist. His Freeskate program to “O” displays his competitive drive as well as incredible performance skill. Adam sees competition as a time to relax, celebrate and trust the training behind him; to just enjoy the moment.


Photo Credit: Adam Rippon

October 2016
Maia & Alex Shibutani

Reigning U.S. ice dance champions, Maia and Alex Shibutani garnered an exceptionally rewarding 2015-16 competitive season, winning the National and Four Continents titles, as well as the World Championship silver medal. They contribute their achievements to their coaches, enduring work ethic, and their unique partnership as siblings. FSFM had an inspiring chat with the brother and sister team to find out more about their physical and mental training strategies.


Photo from 2016 Skating with the Stars Gala held in NYC to benefit Figure Skating in Harlem program.

Proto Credit: Landon Cooper

July 2016 - VOL 2 ISS 3
Gracie Gold


In the July 2016 issue- Off-Season, the spotlight will feature Gracie Gold, 2012 World Junior silver medalist and a two-time U.S. national champion (2014 and 2016). At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Gracie received a bronze medal in the team event and placed fourth in the ladies' single skating competition.  Gracie brings her outgoing personality to Figure Skater Fitness, where she shares her in depth story of how she trains to be a champion.


Photo credit: Nike


APRIL 2016 - VOL 2 ISS 2
Meagan Duhamel & Eric Radford


In the April 2016 issue- POST-SEASON, the spotlight will feature Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford, 2016 and 2015 World Champions, Olympic silver medalist in the team event, two-time World bronze medalist, two-time Four Continents champion, 2014–15 Grand Prix Final champion, and four-time Canadian national champion.  Meagan and Eric share their experience on staying fine tuned for training, keeping their body's in check and how they fuel for their workouts.

Photo Credit: Skate Canada/Stephan Potopnyk

JANUARY 2016 - Vol 2 Iss 1
Patrick Chan


In the January 2016 issue- IN-SEASON, the spotlight features Patrick Chan, Olympic Silver Medalist, three time world champion, two-time Grand Prix Final champion, two-time Four Continents champion, seven-time Canadian champion.  Find out Patrick's intense training routine, mental preparation philosophy, nutrition tips, and advice to young skaters.   

Photo credit: Aspac Developments Ltd.

Signe Ronka
Signe Ronka was a National and International level figure skater representing Canada in multiple events throughout her career, where she medalled at five international competitions. She placed third in Canada at the 2001 Canadian Championships in Junior Ladies.
In 2002, Signe represented Canada at the Junior World Championships. In 2003, she was the second Canadian skater to ever make the Junior Grand Prix Finals, competing with the top Junior level skaters in the world. Signe ended her skating career in 2006, with a top ten finish in Senior Ladies.
Photo Credit: Christian Bonin

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"Ice Time came across something intriguing recently. It is a Canadian-based quarterly publication called Figure Skater Fitness Magazine whose motto is: “A scientific approach to sport specific training.”

With all of the progress in the physiology of sports in the past couple of decades, the ins and outs of how skaters train has always been a bit of a mystery to those not in the inner circle of the sport.

Figure Skater Fitness, which launched last October, looks like a valuable resource for anyone interested in becoming a better skater."

-The Japan Times


It is an honour and a privilege to write for Figure Skater Fitness magazine. This magazine is a great resource for skaters, coaches, parents and the entire skating community. Not only does it contain useful information from professionals in their areas of expertise but the look and presentation of the magazine is of excellent quality." 

Meghan Buttle, MSc. PT, BSc. KIN, FCAMPT, CGIMS, SPC Diploma
Registered Physiotherapist
Adjunct Lecturer (University of Toronto)


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