SOD Dryland / Nordic PARA-NORDIC Training Camp
Tuesday, 20 October 2009

ImageSaturday, November 7th and 8th, 2009

at Highlands Nordic

Duntroon, Ontario


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For more information contact:

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Ages 13 and up

Registration Deadline: November 4, 2009

SOD Dryland / Nordic PARA-NORDIC Training Camp:

Come train with us for a few days. Learn how to draw successful results from your training sessions and improve your race performances.



Camp Coaches

Kaspar Wirz ,CCC Para-Nordic Head Coach,

Patti Kitler, CCC Para-Nordic Eastern Coordinator

Gary Fohr , CCO NCD Para-Nordic Rep

Jen Scholte, Highland Trailblazers

Highlands Trailblazers athletes will be there to work with you, as well as local and provincial coaches.

The Training Camp will take place at Highlands Nordic, Duntroon, Ontario. Billeting will be available on first come first serve basis. The camp cost will include lunches and Saturday dinner.

Highlands Nordic, is located at 1182 10th Line/Concession, Duntroon, Ontario.

Directions: Head south of Collingwood on Hwy 124 (10 km), turn west on City Rd 91, then south on 10th Line.


Schedule of Activities


Competitive focus

Learn to ski focus

Saturday, November 7/09

8:30 – 9:00 Welcome and introduction

9-11:30 Classic Roller Skiing Zone 1 including a time trial

11:30 – 1 Lunch

1 – 2 Equipment selection

2-3:30 ski walk/run

4-5 visualization, imagery

8:30 – 9 Welcome and introduction

9-9:30 Learn more about cross country skiing

9:30-11:30 technique session ski walk/run, roller skiing, sit skiing

11:30-1 Lunch

1-2 equipment selection

2-3:30 ski walk/run

4-5 Visualization, imagery

Sunday, November 8/09

9-11:30 Skate roller skiing Zone 3 intervals

11:30-1 Lunch

1-3 Racing plans and trip organization, hike

3-3:30 Camp wrap up and departure

9-10 Appropriate apparel and dressing for winter activities

10:15-11:30 ski technique for your disability

11:30-1 Lunch

1-3 strength session and hike

3-3:30 How to join a club and get started


Equipment and Other Items to Bring:

  • Training log book (if you use one) and Training Note Book. This is University after all!

  • Roller skiing equipment (skate and classic skis, boots and poles; cycling helmet (mandatory), gloves, safety vest or bright shirt.

  • Ski hiking poles. running shoes and clothes.

  • Water bottles and waist belt.

  • clothing appropriate for being out doors in November. Gloves, toque, warm jacket/pants

  • Sunglasses, hat, sunblock.

  • Extra Food - post workout snacks, Olympic viewing snacks.

  • Personal items.



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