Online Course on Cross Country Skiing Skating

Erik Wickström, one of the Nordic region’s most hired coaches in cross country skiing, is now producing his first online course on cross country skiing skate with Acadyme.com.

Online Course Cross Country Skiing Skating

Online Course on Cross-Country Skiing – Learn XC-Skating

Learn XC-Skating is aimed at anyone who wants to learn to skate from the ground up and improve their technique.

“I love skating and the training it provides. Many can benefit from developing their skating skills, as many learn wrong from the start. Acadyme’s skating course gives you a thorough understanding of the ‘gears’ in skating and how to best use them, something that is missing on the internet today,” says Erik.

The course consists of ten video parts, in total about 60 minutes, a workbook with training sessions and technique exercises plus a podcast interview with Erik. The regular price for the online course is $39. The course language is English, with subtitles in English, German, French and Italian. The course will be released at the end of May 2020.

We are happy to offer our first skating course and to have Erik as an instructor and coach at Acadyme. His experience and knowledge of skating make us confident that this course will be completely unique,” says Jojje Borssén, founder of Acadyme.com

Trailer Learn XC-Skating

About Erik Wickström

Erik Wickström works as a lecturer, cross-country ski instructor, personal trainer, writer and photographer. He has also written the acclaimed books “Längdskidåkning för dig” (Cross Country Skiing for You, 2013) and “Smart konditionsträning” (Smart Endruance Training, 2016), and has contributed to a couple of other books on cross-country skiing. Erik’s track record includes a segment in the Engelbrektsloppet 2014 and a twenty-fifth place in the Vasaloppet the same year, and a twelfth place in the Lidingöloppet 2006.

In April 2016, Erik made 43.8 kilometers of skiing – which was longer than any other ski in a day – in Vålådalen on a course of 412 meters.