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Training December 2 - 8

posted Dec 1, 2013, 4:55 PM by Maurice Samm   [ updated Dec 5, 2013, 7:21 AM ]
This is week 30 in our yearly training plan. It is a recovery week.  
YAAAAAAAAA SNNNNOOOWWWWWWW!!!!! I am super excited about beautiful skis in fresh snow. Now that the snow is here we will be increasing zone 1 volume and decreasing intensity so that we can get out snow technique back. By the week end we will start to do intensity again and then we will start to really train ourselves to be fast. 

Make sure that you send me your goal sheets, do not wait as you will forget, I need to know them so that I can help you to achieve your goals. 

Check out the Biathlon Results on Zone 4 there have been some excellent results from Chelsea Nordiq athletes. Look under the calforex norams. 

It is time to get your cross Country Canada Racing license.  This license is very important for cross country, in categories juvenile and up, both Quebec and Ontario athletes, biathletes you do not need this. This license allows you to collect CPL points, this is how athletes are ranked in Canada and it is connected to the Federation International de Ski (FIS) point list which is the international point list. Once you have your license and you have points on the list you can see how you rank with athletes in Canada and internationally. It is interesting. 

You get points based on how you finish in races that are provincially (Quebec Cup or Ontario Cup), Nationally (Easterns, Nationals) or FIS sanctioned (Craftsbury). 

More importantly if you have no points,  you will always start at the back of the pack as you are seeded in races depending on your CPL point ranking. 

For those that are doing only one Quebec cup race (Easterns) it would be fine to have a day license which is cheaper but it will mean that you do not collect points for next year.  

Follow this link to register online for your CCC race license and  for those going to Craftsbury this also has a link for your FIS license. http://www.cccski.com/Events/License-Applications.aspx

You will need the following information
Club Official: Maurice Samm (Head Coach)
Coach Name: Maurice Samm
My NCCP# is 1217212
My Coaching Level is Competition Development 

Get this done now so that it does not cause stress at the first race in MSA or Craftsbury for those that are going. Each year there is always 1 or 2 that have a last minute panic to get this done. 
 

Week 30

Tuesday, Dec 3rd Juniors and Youth 

Activity: Classic, we will be doing drills and technique and explore trail 15 bring training skis not race skis

Location: P6

Time: 4:45pm - 6:15pm 

Tuesday,  Dec 3rd Juveniles/Senior boys and Girls

Activity: Classic, we will be doing drills and technique and explore trail 15 bring training skis not race skis

Location: P6

Time: 6:30pm - 8pm 

Thursday Dec 5th  Juniors and Youth 

Activity: Skate Snow Skiing 

Location: p10

Time: 4:45 to 6:15pm

Thursday Dec 5th Juveniles and Senior boys and girls  

Activity: Waxing Demo bring classic skis, biathletes bring skate if you do not have classic skis we will meet at chalet des enable so ski up from the parking lot,  we will clean, glide wax and grip wax your skis, no grip on skate skis :-).  

Location: Camp Fortune

Time: 6:30pm - 8pm

 Saturday Dec 7th  Juniors and Youth

Activity: Classic Ski we will do some video work 

Location: P10 

Time: 8-10am

Saturday Dec 7th Juveniles and senior boys and girls

Activity: Classic, skate for biathletes we will do some video work

Location: p10   

Time: 10:15-12:15

Sunday Dec 8th Juniors, youth, juveniles, senior boys and girls

Activity: Skate ski Time trial likely gossip corner to Champlain it will depend on snow conditions, we will do a talk on energy systems after the time trial in Keogan

Location: p10 

Time: 9-12


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