Dry training


During the summer season, there will be dry training every Monday and Thursday. The training will take place in the City park. We leave from Groningen Atletiek at 17:45: Mulock Houwerlaan 25. We will gather beforehand on the stands of the athletics tracks. The training will be led by professional, experienced trainers.
Dry training is ice skating training on land. All ice skating exercises are covered, such as jumps, sprints and elastics. The training is always for all levels. Dry training is great preparation for a fantastic winter, improving your technique and your fitness. This training is split into two groups: Amateurs and Speeders 1/2.

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Amateurs are the Tjas members who, generally speaking, have never
skated at race level before. During this trainings you will be physically challenged and you will learn the best way to do skating exercises. The trainers on Monday are Tim de Hooge and Haike Verbree; on Thursday the trainers are Thomas Wiarda and Bart Mol.

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That is the group that has mastered the skating exercises and trains their skating technique. The trainers on both Monday and Thursday are alternately Floran Bathoorn and Anna Julia Janssen.

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Aside from these two groups, we have an extra group during certain times
of the year.

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First-year training is meant for all first-years. During this dry training you will get to know your fellow first-years and the skating sport. Skaters of every level can participate in this training. The training will be led by the IntroCie of Tjas and start in the first week of the academic year.

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Bata training is meant for all Tjas who are participating in the Batavierenrace. The trainer of this group is Bart Mol, from the LoopCie.

In the winter, when the ice rink is still open, this takes place on Tuesday between 17:30 and 19:00.

In the summer, as soon as the dry training starts, it takes place every Thursday (departure at 17:45).


For the running/dry training you will need good running shoes. Make sure your running shoes are the right size and fit your feet (if you have flat feet you may need special shoes).

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