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This sport-specific training program is ran by our qualified coaches on Tuesdays and Thursdays in September and October.
Training is based in North Vancouver and is movement-based, providing great conditioning for the physical requirements of our sport, with an emphasis on cardio conditioning, flexibility and strength.
Fall Dryland training runs in July on Thursdays as well with the same goals as listed above for Fall Dryland Training.
Air sense is an essential component of freestyle skiing. Trampoline training is offered to improve the agility, coordination, strength and endurance necessary to safely advance freestyle skiing skills. Athletes are expected to have learned basic trampoline and tumbling skills, as our freestyle trampoline program is focused on air maneuvers.
All athletes must have CFSA insurance prior to attendance.
We really encourage trampoline training for air sense. If you are unable to attend these classes, consider attending trampoline, gymnastics, or diving classes at other recreational facilities.
Below is a list of facilities offering tramp training which may also meet your timetable, location and general needs:
www.clubaviva.ca (has other classes by age group)
www.vancouvercircusschool.ca (New Westminster and North Vancouver)
https://www.newwestcity.ca/parks-and-recreation/facilities/queens-park-sportsplex (Queen’s Park Sportsplex in New Westminster)
Take your air skills to the next level! Water ramp training is an integral component of freestyle skiing and bridges the gap between trampoline training and taking tricks to snow.
Our certified coaches can qualify athletes who are ready but there is no guarantee that athletes will complete air qualifications at this camp.
For safety reasons, athletes who prove to be unfamiliar or unsafe during the camp will be asked to withdraw with no option for a refund.