Junior Elite Racing Camps
The primary objective of the Junior Elite Racing Camp is to help athletes train so they can meet both their athletic and educational goals in a professional, safe setting.
Our experienced coaches are leaders in the industry when it comes to ski techniques and education. We ensure that athletes work with the best equipment available in the market and that lodging for athletes is in a setting that makes it easy for them to manage their study times. Since diet is also a factor that affects performance, special attention is paid to providing a healthy diet to all racers.
We aim to develop the athlete’s independence through knowledge acquisition, ownership of the training plan and consistent training.
After each training day, we review individual videos of all that was covered during the day. Each participant has access to their videos following the camp.
Whistler Summer Training Camp
Stephanie Gould, training video using Dartfish Video Software
Zermatt Summer Camp
Free ski in Zermatt
State-of-the-Art Timing System
High end wireless timing system with split times is a great tool to help define racers’ strengths and weaknesses.
Dartfish Video Software
Sophisticated video analysis system
As the videos are being viewed, the coach can use a pointer to comment on each stage of a training run. Each athlete leaves camp with access to their videos.
Number of free-skiing runs, gate training runs, timed results and intermediate time results.
The best runs can be uploaded on YouTube for friends and family to enjoy.
A TYPICAL DAY
6:45 (light stretching)
7:15 (dressed to go skiing) Hotel 30 sec walk from lift
8:30- 10:30am (juice Break)
10:45 – 12:30 pm
In room or at Hotel swimming pool
From 3:30 to 5:30 pm
Mountain bike, climbing wall etc…
Walk around the Village with coaches (for some really good ice cream)
Swimming at the outdoor heated pool at Sun Peaks
PHOTO CREDIT: SUN PEAKS RESORT
Hiking in Zermatt
Mountain Biking in Whistler
A pick up soccer game
Slackline balance training
Walking around the Village in Zermatt
PHOTO CREDIT: PRATTE SKI INTERNATIONAL